Rick Santorum Comes Out Of Nowhere & BURNS Hollywood Hypocrisy on Sexual Misconduct

Hollywood has been plagued by harassment claim after harassment claim, all of which seemed to have stemmed from BOMBSHELL sex allegations against Harvey Weinstein by several women.

Now that Republican Senate hopeful Roy Moore has been in the news, major forces from the left are calling for Moore to step aside and citing Hollywood’s handling of people such as Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey as a way of comparing what should happen to Moore. Rick Santorum was pressed on the issue and didn’t hold back while putting things into perspective. (Video Below)

A TMZ reporter gave Santorum the argument that members of Hollywood were removed from their work as soon as allegations surfaced, and shouldn’t the same occur when the same happens for politicians?

Santorum’s reply can be seen below:

Santorum agreed with the removal of those committing sexual misconduct; however, he argued that most of these things that have come out in Hollywood have “happened over the last 40 years” and there was “fairly common knowledge in the community and nothing was done.”

This is likely in regards to multiple actors and actresses coming forward and saying they knew of the sick acts that Weinstein and others were committing.

Santorum then concluded by mocking the initial the notion, “And then to sit here and say, ‘Hollywood is pure and politics is bad?'”

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Santorum leveled the debate by indirectly saying that Hollywood is no better over politics in terms of how they handle sexual misconduct. And to think otherwise is hypocritical.

What do you think? Is Hollywood just as corrupt in Washington? Comment your thoughts below.