Hugo Chavez Shells Out for Danny Glover Films
By James Hirsen
May 22, 2007
South American dictator Hugo Chavez has arranged a $20 million financing package so his like-commie-minded Hollywood pal Danny Glover can produce two movies.
The tyrant-backed films are “The General in His Labyrinth,” which deals with the life of South American revolutionary Simon Bolivar, and “Toussaint,” which documents the life of Haitian revolution leader Toussaint L'Ouverture.
Glover, one of the most reckless lefties to ever emerge from Tinseltown, has repeatedly demonstrated his support for anti-U.S. thugs like Fidel Castro and his Venezuelan Mini-Me, Chavez. The truth is, if our country had any resemblance to the pit holes he adores, Glover’s behavior and rhetoric would have gotten him 80 years in the slammer.
To see Glover rewarded for his betrayal of the country is appalling, but my concern is that others in Hollywood will follow suit and go for the dictator dollars.
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