Jeff Goldblum questioned the anti-woman and anti-homosexual nature of many Muslim-majority countries around the world and has now been cancelled by Twitter's left-wing hate mob. Despite the fact many Muslims fled to the USA precisely to leave their religion’s medievalists behind. pic.twitter.com/aLFd2lTRna
— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) April 25, 2020
Jeff Goldblum is one of the greatest actors of all time, having starred in the brilliant magnum opus “Independence Day,” also known as “ID4” (Independence Day Fourth of July).
Now, he’s saying that the Moslems are right about gays. I mean that the gays are right about Moslems. He’s lecturing the homosexual community.
Jeff Goldblum became a topic of discussion on social media for his questions about Islam’s treatment of the LGBTQ community and women during Friday’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
Goldblum’s questions came after contestant Jackie Cox walked the runway in a patriotic red and white striped kaftan and a blue hijab outlined with 50 stars for the show’s “Stars & Stripes” theme.
“You can be Middle-Eastern, you can be Muslim and you can still be American,” Cox, who is of Iranian heritage, said in a voiceover.
The “Jurassic World 3” star, who served as a guest judge during the episode, asked Cox if she was religious.
“I’m not, and, to be honest, this outfit really represents the importance that visibility for people of religious minorities need to have in this country,” Cox replied.
Goldblum continued asking Cox about her religion’s stance on the LGBTQ community and women.
“Is there something in that religion that is anti-homosexuality and anti-woman? Does that complicate the issue?” the actor asked. “I’m just raising it and thinking out loud and maybe being stupid.”
RuPaul quickly chimed in noting how drag has always “shaken the tree” and if there was ever a place to make that sort of statement, “this is the stage to do it.”
Cox admitted it’s a “complex issue” and that she has her own “misgivings” about how the LGBTQ community is treated in the Middle East.
“What is so important to me is that if you just happen to be different, then live that truth,” Cox said.
She continued noting how the Muslim ban affected her family and “destroyed” her faith in the United States.
“I had to show America that you can be LGBT and from the Middle East and there’s going to be complicated (expletive) around that and that’s OK,” Cox said. “But I’m here and I deserve to be in America just as much as anyone else.”
Yes, screw America – it’s pure evil and must be destroyed in the name of Allah and Anus.
But what of the Jews?
I thought Jews were supposed to support the Moslems?
How wrong I was.
Goldblum has sided with the disgusting disease ridden Islamics against the colorful and vibrant gays. I mean, he has sided with the disease ridden gays against the colorful and vibrant Islamics.
Islam is a religion of peace, Jeff, you vile, ugly kike homophobe. I mean Islamophobe.
Shame on you, Jews.