HOLLYWOOD, CA - In the wake of the recent Harvey Weinstein scandal sending shockwaves through Hollywood, the nation's elite members of the entertainment industry have expressed their puzzlement at the fact that the country has fallen so far in morality and ethics, when the very same people have created and promoted entertainment that celebrates moral bankruptcy, sources confirmed.
Directors, actors, writers, and producers who have profited off disgusting, repulsive works that would have been unthinkable just a decade ago all voiced their shock at the fact that Weinstein's behavior could go unchecked for so long, in addition to expressing incredulity at the nation's indifference to President Trump's total lack of moral character. Particularly outspoken on the nation's morality was Steve Pink, director of Hot Tub Time Machine 2, who blasted the country for its lack of ethics, respect, and dignity.
"How did it get like this? How could we possibly have elected a reality TV star as our president?" one prominent director of reality TV shows said in an interview Friday evening. "I just don't understand how reality TV's empty values could possibly have infiltrated our society."
Earlier this week, popular rapper Eminem even blasted President Trump for his disgusting ethics and repulsive lack of morals, the explicit hip-hop artist stating later that he has no idea why the nation's sense of morality is so far askew. "Where do they get these violent tendencies?" he asked later. "It's like they're just coming up out of thin air."
At publishing time, a wildly popular star of violent movies that glorify war, murder, and the U.S. industrial-complex expressed his total bafflement that the nation seems to have gotten increasingly violent both domestically and abroad.