Before few days we reported for Harvey Weinstein high-ranking Hollywood Producer who was accused of sexual harassment. After this Tom Hanks has had enough and decided to breaks his silence for Holywood and to reveal the real truth. More disgusting things are coming out and now we are understanding how truly Holywood is!
During a recent interview with The New York Times, Tom Hanks dropped a bombshell, when he revealed that there are “all kinds of people” in Hollywood with the same predator status as Harvey Weinstein.
According to Infowars
“I’ve never worked with Harvey,” Hanks said. “But, aah, it all just sort of fits, doesn’t it?”
When asked why so many in the entertainment industry covered for Weinstein, Hanks argued that the producer’s power enabled his actions.
“Isn’t it part and parcel to all of the society somehow, that people in power get away with this?” Hanks said. “Look, I don’t want to rag on Harvey but so obviously something went down there. “You can’t buy, ‘Oh, well, I grew up in the ’60s and ’70s and so, therefore…’ I did, too.”
“So I think it’s like, well, what do you want from this position of power? I know all kinds of people that just love hitting on, or making the lives of underlings some degree of miserable because they can.”
Hanks stressed though that Weinstein’s power merely amplified an already-deviant mind.
“Somebody great said this, either Winston Churchill, Immanuel Kant or Oprah: ‘When you become rich and powerful, you become more of what you already are,’” Hanks added.
“So I would say, there’s an example of how that’s true. Just because you’re rich and famous and powerful doesn’t mean you aren’t in some ways a big fat ass,” Hanks continued. “Excuse me, take away ‘fat.’ But I’m not, you know, I’m not the first person to say Harvey’s a bit of an ass.”
The Forest Gump star nonetheless expressed bewilderment at the amount of time Weinstein was able to stay under the radar.
“Poor Harvey — I’m not going to say poor Harvey, Jesus,” Hanks said. “Isn’t it kind of amazing that it took this long? I’m reading it and I’m thinking ‘You can’t do that to Ashley Judd! Hey, I like her. Don’t do that. That ain’t fair. Not her, come on. Come on!’”