Wahlberg Being Slammed By 9/11 Victim's Families
Hollywood actor and former rapper, Mark Wahlberg, serves as more proof of why stars opinions are not respected. Getting his movies mixed up with real life, Wahlberg insulted the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks, stating he would have done better in subduing the attackers, if he had not missed his flight. If you say so (sarcasm).
Wahlberg's interview with Men's Health magazine revealed, "On being scheduled to be on one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center on 9/11: 'If I was on that plane with my kids, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, ‘OK, we’re going to land somewhere safely, don’t worry.'"
This is reminiscent of what occurred three months ago, when Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher, tried to defend Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno, who was fired as apart of a child molestation scandal that hit the school, due his assistant, Jerry Sandusky, having allegedly raped and molested two dozen underage boys. Most of the boys were said to be minorities as well. Paterno knew and did very little to stop the abuses, which led to them continuing for years.
33-year-old Kutcher was slammed on Twitter like a basketball for insulting the Penn State board of trustees, over firing Paterno. People listed as Kutcher's followers on Twitter ripped him for defending the coach over the boys in the sex abuse scandal, who were raped and sexually violated in school showers. As a result, Kutcher claims he has turned over his Twitter account to his management, in the hope we will not know he is not smart. Well, we pretty much assumed he was not smart, because he starred in the movie "Dude Where’s My
Brain Car." As the Judiciary Report has consistently maintained, Hollywood is out of its mind.