In a recent interview with Joe Rogan, Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino — who had a decades-long relationship with disgraced movie mogul, Democrat party mega-donor, and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein — said he “didn’t know about any rapes” but wished he’d sat Weinstein down and “had the uncomfortable conversation.”
“It’s sad. He wasn’t just this guy who financed my movies. He was kind of like a father figure. I mean, he was kind of a fucked-up father figure, but that’s most people’s fucking fathers,” said Tarantino.
“I wish I had talked to the guy,” Tarantino said. “I wish I had sat him down and had the uncomfortable conversation. I didn’t know about any rapes or anything like that, but I knew he was — you know — I chalked it up to the boss chasing the secretary around the desk. As if that’s okay. But I mean, that’s how I kind of looked at it. He was making unwanted advances.”
“There’s nobody who said they didn’t know that didn’t know,” Tarantino added. “If you were in his orbit — and that includes all the big actors who he paled around with — they all knew. They all knew. They probably didn’t know anything about rapes, but they had heard things.”
But they kept a cowardly, hypocritical silence for the sake of their careers and for the sake of his significant financial support for Democrat politicians like Hillary Clinton, because those things were more important than the many women Weinstein victimized.