Chris Rock’s Insane Hatred Caught on Camera

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Chris Rock Attacks Camera

It seems that there’s something wrong with this guy.  Chris Rock’s hostility has always had a racial element, and his legendary rants on the subject of race have always bordered on the disturbed, but being a big Hollywood celebrity, he’s able to get away with all of this vile garbage under the heading of being a comic.  I would suppose that may work if his audience thinks what he has to say is funny.  Jason Mattera’s new book entitled Hollywood Hypocrites exposes some of the endless nonsense that so many of these leftists in Hollywood do, that contradicts so much of what they profess.  In this case, as reports, Mattera was asking Chris Rock about his statements about the Tea Party in a 2011 Esquire Magazine interview, when Rock said:

“When I see the Tea Party and all this stuff, it actually feels like racism’s almost over. Because this is the last — this is the act up before the sleep. They’re going crazy. They’re insane. You want to get rid of them — and the next thing you know, they’re fucking knocked out. And that’s what’s going on in the country right now.”

When Mattera questioned Rock about this, he reportedly grabbed the camera and hurled it some fifty feet, before threatening a fight.  This isn’t sane behavior.  It’s called assault.  Watch the video:

This is inexcusable conduct, but be ready for the left to excuse it.  They will offer reasons why Mattera shouldn’t have asked the question, or similar, but what they will not do is to openly criticize Chris Rock’s thuggish behavior.  Mattera interviewed a number of Hollywood types for his book.  He says there will be more footage coming.  It’s long past time that somebody exposed the blatant hypocrisy in Hollywood.

Chris Rock talks about insane racism, and then puts on this display?  Projection?


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4 Responses to Chris Rock’s Insane Hatred Caught on Camera

  1. C Bartlett says:

    I was disappointed that Bill O’Reilly played this tape and mentioned something about a “double standard” but basically gave them all a pass. He claimed he’d had microphones and cameras stuck in his face like that and didn’t like it,  so therefore Jason shouldn’t have done this.  There is a reason that slander is extremely difficult to prove for a celebrity – they are in the public eye by choice.  When Chris Rock (and many others) stands up and says ridiculous things like this, he should have to answer to it and when his resulting actions invovle assault, he does not deserve to be treated respectfully.

    • camphoneguy says:

      Agreed- he could have left the scene, ignored the guy, etc- but to go crazy on him- no, not at all acceptable. Bill may have done something like that and was unable to take a real stand. I like O’Reilly, but he missed this one.