Clint Eastwood Goes Off on Political Correctness – VIDEO

It’s been a long time since Clint Eastwood started triggering the left. He started before it was even known as “triggering.” In this interview Clint Eastwood goes off on political correctness.

Per Hollywood Reporter:

“It was far-out at that time, so I brought it to [director] Don [Siegel], and he liked it,” Eastwood recalled Sunday during a visit to the Cannes Film Festival. “A lot of people thought it was politically incorrect. That was at the beginning of the era that we’re in now with political correctness. We are killing ourselves, we’ve lost our sense of humor. But I thought it was interesting and it was daring.”

Eastwood has waxed lyrical on the theme of political correctness before. Last year, he hailed Mr Trump as a foe of political correctness and ‘the kiss-ass generation’.

‘We’re really in a p*ssy generation. Everybody’s walking on eggshells,’ he said. ‘We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren’t called racist.’

It’s good to see Clint Eastwood out there still standing his ground. Kudos for having the balls to call out these total wimps. If the PC Police had it their way we would have never seen classics such as Dirty Harry.

Clint Eastwood Goes Off on Political Correctness

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