Leonardo DiCaprio has let his fictional acting parts go to his head. He no longer knows what’s real. He’s become like Howard Hughes, the role he played in The Aviator. He’s locked himself in an ideological bubble from which there is no escape.
According to the Hartford Courant, DiCaprio said the following at Yale University:
“We are going to look back at this point in history, and frankly this administration, and certain people are going to be vilified for not taking action. We should not have people in office who do not believe in facts and truths and modern science that are able to manipulate and risk the entire future of this entire generation.” (The Blaze)
And who is going to define what the facts and truths are? DiCaprio and his political friends? The same ones who claim there are more than 50 genders, that men can become women, and women men with a scalpel and hormones, that an unborn baby is just a glob of tissue that can be discarded at a woman’s whim, that life arose spontaneously from a primordial ooze? Who will oversee this inquisitional court of science believers and “deniers”?
Here’s DiCaprio’s “modern science” in action:
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A public university in the United Kingdom has refused to allow a researcher to look into cases of people who regretted having gender reassignment surgery and transitioned back to living as their birth sex. The university says such a study “may be detrimental to the reputation of the institution,” according to a report…. The university explained that the potentially “politically incorrect” research could be criticized on the internet and thereby harm the reputation of the institution…. The rejection slip stated, “Engaging in a potentially ‘politically incorrect’ piece of research carries a risk to the university. Attacks on social media may not be confined to the researcher but may involve the university.” (Christian Post)
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