Liberal Celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain Calls Hillary Clinton Out For Her Weak Weinstein Condemnation

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It has been unbelievable watching these Hollywood celebrities pretend to be shocked about the recent Harvey Weinstein developments. This guy has been running around for decades harassing and maybe even raping women using the promise of a movie role as an excuse.  And somehow, we are supposed to believe that all of his famous friends had no idea?  It’s a total joke.

Surprisingly, some liberals out there have had the stones to stand up and actually call Harvey’s famous friends out. Hillary Clinton is/was a close friend of Harvey Weinstein and she took 5 days to deliver one of the most tepid condemnations you will ever see.  The very liberal Anthony Bourdain had a little something to say about that.

From The Daily Caller:

As pervy Harvey Weinstein jetted off to an Arizona rehab Wednesday night, CNN’s resident “Parts Unknown” foodie Anthony Bourdain had no reservations about going after former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for her infinite intelligence and delayed response to the casting couch scandal.

It was a compliment — well, sort of.

Clearly, Bourdain realizes that Hillary’s response was pathetic.

What I actually thought was funny about Bourdain’s response were some of the responses to his tweet.

Check this out.

Oh really? Because that’s not the same standard that Donald Trump and Republicans are held to.  The liberal media is constantly demanding that Trump denounce every single person on the planet who says they support him.  Trump has absolutely nothing to do with David Duke. And yet, the media demanded he condemn him over and over and over and it was never harsh enough when he did.  Now, one of Hillary Clinton’s closest Hollywood friends is running around raping people and Hillary can’t be asked to lift a finger?

Give me a break.

Here was what Hillary initially said.

From CNN:

“I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein,” Clinton said in a statement through her spokesman Nick Merrill. “The behavior described by women coming forward cannot be tolerated. Their courage and the support of others is critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior.”

Through a spokesperson? I can really feel the sense of urgency.

And then, Hillary sat down with Fareed Zakaria and made it worse to the point where Bourdain had to chime in. You can check it out here but it’s a complete waste of time.

The hypocrisy is deafening and there is just no way for a rational person to deny that at this point.

Tucker Carlson’s opening monologue last night could not have been more spot on.

You can check it out here.