Hollywood, spare us your hypocrisy
By Timothy Stanley
Updated 5:50 PM ET, Mon January 9, 2017
CNN)Voters don't take much notice of what Hollywood says about politics. If they did, Hillary Clinton would be president by now.
What's more, when Meryl Streep launched a tearful, heartfelt attack on the President-elect at the Golden Globes on Sunday night, accusing him of mocking a reporter with a disability, it did not surprise. A Hollywood star unloading on a Republican? Seen it. Donald Trump responding with a vicious counterattack on Twitter? Predictable. Trump called Streep "overrated," as if they were a pair of screen rivals having a good old-fashioned catfight.