By Todd Starnes
Hollywood's utter contempt for President-Elect Donald Trump and Middle America was on full display during Sunday night's Golden Globes.
A who's who of Hollywood A-listers unleashed a torrent of hateful remarks directed not only at the president-elect, but also toward his supporters (the folks Hillary deemed as irredeemable deplorables).
The most aggrieved actress of the night was Meryl Streep and she pitched a hissy fit worthy of an Academy Award.
"You and all of us in this room really belong to the most vilified segments in American society right now," she said, her lip quivering. "Think about it: Hollywood, foreigners and the press."
In Streep's twisted reality, the true victims are Tinsel Town starlets with their faces botoxed and their bodies stuffed into over-priced gowns.
If Streep wants to talk about vilification, fine. Let's talk about the Christians and Conservatives in Hollywood who are afraid to come out of the cultural closet for fear of retribution. Let's talk about the Sacramento theatre director who was forced out of his job - because he supported traditional marriage.
She also rebuked the president-elect over allegations he had mocked a disabled reporter for The New York Times.
"It kind of broke my heart when I saw it, and I still can't get it out of my head, because it wasn't in a movie. It was real life," she said.
It's an accusation the president-elect has refuted over and over and over again. But if Streep has indeed become an advocate for the disabled, why didn't she use her platform to reach out to the disabled man who was tortured live on Facebook?
"I didn't hear her weigh in and I didn't hear her even use her platform last night, Ainsley, to give a shout-out to the mentally-challenged boy who last week was tortured live on Facebook for a half an hour by four young African-American adults who were screaming racial and anti-Trump expletives and forcing him to put his head in toilet water," Senior Trump Advisor Kellyanne Conway told Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt.
Streep even took a few swipes at professional football and mixed martial arts which, she told the approving audience, has nothing to do with the arts.