The Rush to Defend Anne Heche’s Actions Show Celebrities Are Just Another Propaganda Arm

Source: RedState

Alec Baldwin, who has troubles of his own with causing chaos and death, took to Instagram to send out “his love” and all his best wishes to Anne Heche. On Friday, Heche, who is most famously known as the first Mrs. Ellen DeGeneres, crashed into a home in the Los Angeles community of Mar Vista and set it ablaze.

Anne Heche was involved in a fiery car crash on Friday that has left her “severely burned” and “intubated” in the hospital, TMZ reports.

The “Vanished” actress, 53, was reportedly driving her blue Mini Cooper down a suburban street in Los Angeles around noon when she crashed into the garage of an apartment complex.

According to the outlet, bystanders tried to help Heche exit the vehicle, but she allegedly backed up and drove off before crashing into another home where her car became “engulfed” in flames.

It appears that Heche may have been under the influence of alcohol, as bottle with a red cap was seen in the car’s cup holder shortly before the accident.

According to Fox News, it took 59 firefighters 65 minutes to quell the flames. Lynne Mishele, the owner of the home, along with her dogs and tortoise, barely escaped without injury. According to the GoFundMe posting set up by friends, the house has been red-tagged, and Mishele has lost everything, including the tools for her livelihood.

Baldwin’s gift of emoting before thinking is evident in his Instagram post, that he ends with this:

‘I’m sorry you had this tragic thing happen to you, and I’m sending you all my love,’ he continued. ‘Everyone please join me please in sending their support and love to the wonderful Anne Heche. Thanks.’

“I’m sorry you had this tragic thing happen to you…” Excuse me?! As if some sinister force caused Heche to crash into the home after she crashed into an apartment complex and people tried to stop her?

Choices, Alec, choices.

More celebrity FOAs (Friends of Anne) rushed to social media to express their heartfelt concern. Heche’s ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane was one:

“My heart goes out to Anne and her two sons. As of right now, Anne is stable and expected to pull through. My thoughts and prayers are with Anne, one of the true talents of her generation. Thank God no one else was hurt.”

“Thank God no one else was hurt?” Well, define “hurt,” Mr. Jane? Losing one’s home, and one’s ability to earn a living falls under the category of hurt in my book.

Interesting how “thoughts and prayers” are mocked, and deemed “not enough” when someone expresses this after a school shooting, but when an intoxicated, former starlet crashes her car into someone’s house and sets it aflame, she gets the thoughts and prayers treatment with a straight face.

And the not-so-stable Rosanna Arquette, who, after Roe was overturned, called SCOTUS “the satanic force,” who will traffic babies, encouraged prayers and compassion for Anne Heche.

Because drunken, mentally ill actors who use their car for destruction deserve our compassion, but unborn babies do not.

The replies on her last tweet are scorching, and rightfully so.

The celebrity Left’s hypocrisy is boundless. It is almost as though they need to craft the narrative of their own choosing, rather than allow the truth to unfold. They are well-trained by their close associations with government overlords, who are doing the same thing to the American people by trying to redefine “recession,” and going back and forth on “It’s our fault, it’s not our fault” on the energy crisis they are creating in order to push their Green New Deal agenda.

Then there is that color war between Ukraine and Russia, that our American government insists must be funded with our inflated tax dollars. To keep the illusion of urgency at the forefront, the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has been hosting a lineup of political and celebrity guests at the Kyiv palace, most recently Zero Dark Thirty and Eyes of Tammy Faye actress Jessica Chastain, as the New York Post reports.

A couple of commenters on the New York Post article call BS.

At this point I’m thinking what’s wrong with this picture. I’m reading stories about civilians being killed. I’m seeing photos of bombed out buildings. Are they even real? Are they stock photos? The media and our own government have been caught in quite a few lies. Is this made up out of whole cloth for a distraction? The reason I ask is when the president of the Ukraine has all the time in the world for visits and photo ops with second rate American actresses, it’s hard to believe there’s a war going on. What’s next for him, a fashion layout in Vogue?

And this one aptly expresses how most of us are feeling:

A little too much Hollywood virtue signaling to take this war seriously anymore.

It’s not just this war. Hollywood virtue signaling and gaslighting permeates far too much of our political and everyday discourse. But as the entertainment industry’s ratings and box office decisions are indicating, no one cares to hear what they have to say, or who they choose to support.

We’re over it.

When you have to make decisions between a tank of gas or groceries, Hollywood excess and gaslighting take a back seat.