What is it about celebrities in Hollywood that makes them and their crazy fans think that fame is accompanied by wisdom?

Honestly…

Look at Hollywood and the prevalent views of those who would be considered the top tier.

Almost all of them have some cause or issue that is personal to them, and they will stop at nothing to tell the world their about views—regardless of whether people want to hear them or not.

Take Brie Larson…

Larson plays Captain Marvel, an alien-powered superhero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe as part of the uber-successful Avengers franchise.

Larson has been taking a feminist approach to Hollywood and telling everyone who will listen how underrepresented women are in movies, and she’s been raising hell over the differences in pay between male and female actors.

However…

Do you know what her qualifications are to speak on these subjects?

None… she’s famous and gets a microphone thrust in front of her face – that’s the beginning and end of her qualifications other than being a woman.

And obviously, she’s not the only one…

Leonardo DiCaprio is another one of these Hollywood experts.

Why Do People Trust NON-Experts?

For what seems like decades now, DiCaprio has been one of the most outspoken stars regarding climate change—he’s been the poster child for environmentalists since his breakout role in “Titanic” in the late Nineties.

Can you guess what his qualifications are?

You guessed it…

Hollywood fame and donating millions…and that’s it.

Of course, he obviously doesn’t feel that way when he’s flying on private jets – but as with all Liberals, rules for THEE and not for ME!

Now, there’s a new Hollywood expert throwing his weight and wisdom around…

Mark Ruffalo.

You may know Ruffalo from a few nominally successful movies, or as a co-star with Brie Larson in the Avengers movies. He plays the dual roles of Dr. Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk.

When he’s not making MILLIONS in Hollywood, Ruffalo spends his spare time as a Liberal activist and environmentalist…

Which was highlighted recently when he testified before Congress to give his input on chemical pollution.

You may wonder why he was called in…

Well, unlike his movie counterpart, he’s earned no Ph.D.’s or similar distinctions—but he just starred in a movie about chemical pollution.

That’s his only qualification, seeing as Ruffalo never even went to college, let alone graduated.

A Publicity Stunt… NOTHING More

Yet, for some reason, was called into Congress to speak about something he’s nowhere NEAR qualified to talk about.

Rep Fred Keller from Pennsylvania, put it perfectly when he said, “The majority has called as their star witness an actor — that’s right an actor. An actor with no medical, scientific, or research expertise except for a few scenes as Dr. Bruce Banner. An actor that has a record of anti-business activism and more importantly to Mr. Ruffalo… an actor with a movie premiering this week that attacks private sector job creators with loose facts and hyped up emotional rhetoric.”

Oh yeah, did I forget to mention that Ruffalo has a movie opening this week? It’s about a small-town lawyer taking the fight to DuPont over their dumping of chemicals into West Virginia land and rivers.

So, yes, for those keeping score at home…

His appearance is film promotion.

That may be why Rep. Keller added to his statement, “I’m not sure if Mr. Ruffalo is looking for an Academy Award for his performance in the upcoming movie or for his performance in this hearing.”

These people are not experts…

Here’s another revelation: just because they’re in movies, it doesn’t mean they’re smart.

They’re just famous…

And America needs to quit listening to them as if their opinion truly matters.

The majority of them don’t have any experience in the REAL world and probably wouldn’t know how to get along in it without the help of an assistant or three.

They’re not experts…

They’re not doctors…

They’re not scientists…

They just pretend they are, and American needs to remember that.

 

“Fools have a habit of believing that everything written by a famous author is admirable. For my part, I read only to please myself and like only what suits my taste.” ― Voltaire