If Tarantino had half the guts he claims to have, he would take the Sheriff up on his offer.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke (D) responded to director Quentin Tarantino’s criticism of him during Tarantino’s MSNBC interview on Thursday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel.
“You notice that he [Tarantino] had to look down and read from the script that somebody prepared for him. He didn’t know who David Clarke was. I have never talked about Quentin Tarantino on Fox News, but that’s neither here nor there. This guy really stepped in it. And you know it’s not unusual for this thing to happen. Here’s the phenomenon, you have these Hollywood elites. He’s a 1%er, a limousine liberal, who feels a little guilty about his lot in life, and so every once in a while what these elites do is they go down and appear at these demonstrations, and they try to get their legitimacy that they’re down with the struggle. They go down there, they get too far out ahead of their skis, and they say something stupid.
Look, Quentin Tarantino’s father, his dad said that, his son was wrong and should apologize. My advice to Quentin Tarantino, honor thy father, apologize, get yourself out of this. I’ll tell you what, I’ll make you a deal, Quentin, you take the proceeds, the profits from your next movie, donate them to the Concerns of Police Survivor[s] or the National Law Enforcement Memorial wall in Washington, DC, maybe NYPD, for survivors of people who have been killed in the line of duty, and I will help call off the dogs on this proposed boycott.”
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