While Hollywood has-been activists are spending their ample free time boycotting Georgia for its “Heartbeat Law,” an American film icon has decided to tell his contemporaries, “LOL, get f**ked.”
Despite the boycott of filming in Georgia launched by Hollywood liberals angry over the state’s new pro-life “Heartbeat” law, legendary actor/director Clint Eastwood will be making his latest movie, “The Battle of Richard Jewell,” in Atlanta this summer.
“Clint Eastwood will perform new film in Georgia despite abortion bill boycott,” tweeted NBC Charlotte on June 25. The movie is about Richard Jewell, a police officer and security guard who discovered a bomb at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Ga., and saved countless lives. Jewell was initially hailed as a hero and then was viewed as a suspect.
Eastwood is an amazing actor, but he is arguably a better director. He is not going to tell Richard Jewell’s story in a neighboring state just to satisfy the likes of Alyssa Milano and Marvel actors. Clint doesn’t give a f**k about what other people think, and it’s why he’s remained on top of the heap for decades.