Kevin Spacey plays the Gay Card

Kevin Spacey

Last night, I stumbled across an article from BuzzFeed News that was making the rounds on Twitter.

The headline, naturally, caught my eye: Actor Anthony Rapp: Kevin Spacey Made a Sexual Advance Toward Me when I was 14.

Rapp’s story is disturbing to say the least.

The adult Spacey invited him to a party at his place in Manhattan. So 14-year-old Rapp went. But after getting bored, he went into a bedroom to watch TV. Spacey found him there after the guests left and lifted him up “like a groom picks up the bride over the threshold.”

Then Spacey pinned Rapp down and tried to sexually assault him.

Rapp squirmed free and sought refuge in the bathroom.

He finally got out and left – all the while Spacey urged him to stay.

The story just broke moments before I read it. And one of the things the writer points out is “Spacey’s sexual orientation has been a matter of public fascination and speculation for decades.”

It has? I must not be a part of that “public.” But, whatever.

Any old how. By the time I got to the end of the article, I thought, “Watch, Kevin Spacey will play the gay card and publicly come out of the closet to distract people from Anthony Rapp’s accusation.

And guess what?

I was right.

This morning, I saw these tweets.

Right. The news is Kevin Spacey comes out of the closet – not that he attempted to sexually assault a fourteen-year-old boy.

I guess Spacey knows how to get virtue-signaling reporters to chase the wrong angle.

Sure, Spacey “apologized” to Rapp. That is, if apologizing is claiming not to remember it because he was drunk.

Ironic, isn’t it?

Gays have for years tried to dispel the notion that being gay means being a pedophile.

And Kevin Spacey, in one tweet, manages to undermine that just to save his own skin.

Naturally, gay men are not falling for it.

But gay men aren’t the target audience of Spacey’s mea culpa.

Kevin Spacey is handing the news and entertainment media the perfect smokescreen to avoid having to discuss not just his predilection for minors, but Hollywood’s entire culture of pedophilia.

Sure, these guys will report on every accusation against Harvey Weinstein.

But they don’t want to touch the real Hollywood scandal — the “Open Secret” of pedophilia in Hollywood.

So along comes Kevin Spacey who plays the gay card and gives them ample cover.

I’ve said before that the reason the media wants Harvey Weinstein to be the beginning and the end of Hollywood’s sexual assault scandal is because they want to protect pedophiles.

So if they can focus on Spacey “coming out as gay” instead of Spacey attempting to sexually assault a fourteen-year-old boy, trust me, they’re happy to do it.

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5 thoughts on “Kevin Spacey plays the Gay Card

  • October 30, 2017 at 11:41 am

    Isn’t Spacey coming out only confirming the victim’s story?
    Wouldn’t most people say, “I would never do that to a teenaged BOY!”?

    • October 30, 2017 at 3:51 pm


  • October 30, 2017 at 8:18 pm

    The gay card. Don’t molest children without it.

  • November 1, 2017 at 2:14 pm

    Ironically Anthony Rapp plays the first OPENLY GAY character on the newest Star Trek.

  • November 3, 2017 at 2:50 pm

    Re: Powerful show-biz types using their Hollywood juice/notoriety to coerce the nearest star wanna-be into their pants…..

    Has anyone heard from David Letterman lately?

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