James Woods: Hollywood Far More Evil Than You Fear

Longtime actor James Woods is certainly in a position to know the ins and outs of Hollywood. This week, he gave an interesting answer to a fan who asked online about the true extent of evil in the town.

The tweet, which has since been deleted, asked, “As someone who has enormous respect for your talent as an actor, I’m curious — how evil is Hollywood?

Woods’ response? “Multiply your worst fears by 100.”

The veteran performer did not expand on his answer and later deleted his posting.

Woods is an Emmy winning actor who is no stranger to controversy. He was dropped by his longtime talent agent in 2018 for what he believed were his conservative viewpoints, which he is hardly shy about expressing either in person or online.

After starring in “Casino,” “Salvador,” “Once Upon a Time in America” and many other major productions, his platform is well established. And there are other conservative voices in Hollywood who are no longer shy about expressing their true beliefs.

According to Bounding Into Comics, “The Chosen” actor Jonathan Roumie stepped forward and shared his convictions at the March for Life earlier this year.

He told the massive gathering that for many years, the nation has witnessed “a mounting polarity between light and dark.” Roumie said this battle is being waged in many aspects of U.S. culture.

And in Hollywood in particular. He described “a sharp and disturbing increase in the darkness of the imagery being used in film, television, and music.” He called the entertainment industry’s output “increasingly sinister” and “even demonic in tone.”

Sometimes the insertions into popular fare are subliminal, but other times they are overt. Plots centered on the occult, demonic elements, witchcraft, and even Satanic themes are now “commonplace in mainstream programming.”

Roumie in a different setting lamented how the media portrays behaviors that “reject God, reject the light, and reject, ultimately, all those aspects of community which give light.”

He added that he has personally observed God being extracted from mainstream culture.

Woods and Roumie make valid points that even the most casual observer of popular trends must recognize. What is good and right is being swept away, and in its place is what can be described, as Woods so succinctly put it, as pure evil.

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