Ed Driscoll

Forget it Jake, it's Polanski Town

Breaking fast on the Penn State scandal, Fox News reports, “If a spate of recent allegations proves true, Hollywood may have a hideous epidemic on its hands. The past two weeks have brought three separate reports of alleged child sexual abuse in the entertainment industry.”

John Nolte replies, “What are we supposed to expect from an industry that defends and honors fugitive and admitted child rapist Roman Polanski?”

If you can’t bring yourself to condemn someone who drugged and anally raped a 13 year-old girl, you are part of the problem.

Moreover, if you want to know how Hollywood feels about sex with children, you can start by watching their films.

Ace adds, “At any rate, if you had suspicions that Hollywood was an extremely dark place in which anyone connected in the industry could get away with anything up to and including child rape, suspicions validated.”

Who’s going to be the first GOP candidate to discuss this topic?

(Incidentally, when exactly does America’s — or more precisely Blue America’s — Great Relearning actually commence?)

Update: “When a movie says, ‘No animals were harmed during the making of this film,’ how can we not have that for kids?”