Ellen Interviewed Kevin Hart, Now Liberals Are Mad At Her

Ellen DeGeneres is one of the most famous members of the Hollywood LGBT community, so you’d think when she gave comedian Kevin Hart a fair shake in a recent interview, folks would pay attention and have an open mind to what she had to say.

Apparently that seems to much to ask for a generation that lives to find something to be offended about on a daily basis. Some folks just can’t breathe without having an issue to blabber on about on social media.

In clips from an interview that airs in full Friday, DeGeneres gives Hart a chance to again apologize for tweets and jokes dating back to 2009 that were the source of a firestorm over the announcement that he would be the next host of the Oscars. She also says that she contacted the Academy and asked them how they’d feel about Hart reversing his decision to step down.

“I had an incredible and honest conversation with [Kevin Hart] about hosting the #Oscars. It was supposed to air on Monday. I don’t want you to have to wait, so now it’s gonna air tomorrow,” Ellen announced in a series of tweets Thursday. “I believe in forgiveness. I believe in second chances. And I believe in [Kevin Hart],” she added along with a 6-minute clip of her sit-down with Hart Thursday. “In this conversation, [Kevin Hart] was authentic and real, and I’m in his corner.”

Describing hosting the Oscars as one of the biggest goals of his life, Hart tells Ellen in the clip that after just a day of celebration over being selected, he was “hit with an onslaught on social media of my past coming back up again.”

“When it happened, my first thought is I’m going to ignore it,” the comedian told Ellen. “I’m going to ignore it because it’s ten years old. This is stuff I’ve addressed; I’ve talked about this stuff. This isn’t new, I’ve addressed it. I’ve apologized for it. I’m not going to pay it any mind, because if you feed into that stuff, you only add more fuel to the fire.”

Ellen agreed, and Hart continued: “Another day goes by … this fire’s angry, it’s all over the place,” he said. “Now the headlines are starting to change. The headlines are ‘Kevin Hart Refuses To Apologize For Homophobic Tweets From The Past.’ The word ‘again’ was left out. Everybody took those headlines and started to run with it. So now the slander on my name is all ‘homophobia.’ Now I’m a little upset. I’m a little upset because I know who I am. I know I don’t have a homophobic bone in my body. I know that I’ve addressed it. I know that I’ve apologized. I know that, within my apologies, I’ve taken ten years to put my apology to work. I’ve yet to go back to that version of the immature comedian that I once was. I’ve moved on. … I look at life through a different lens, and because of that I live it a different way.”

And now for the lovely reactions. What a wonderful group of individuals we have here, folks:



This just goes to show you that the LGBT community does not believe in forgiveness, nor is there anything you can do to make up for whatever perceived slight they try to nail you for.

There’s no appeasing the perpetually offended. None. So the question now should be, why bother? Given the actual percentage of the population this group of individuals represents — which is actually quite low — why do we feel the need to constantly try to appease them?

It’s a waste of time. Comedians need to just do their own thing and not worry so much about the consequences of who they might offend. Or just make sure their material offends everyone in equal measure.

Source: Daily Wire