Gary Oldman Defends Mel Gibson

By Matt June 24, 2014 @ 3:34 PM

Gary Oldman

Getting Mel Gibson’s back is no simple task. But, what the fuck, Gary Oldman went for it on the radio. Oldman thinks it’s bullshit that James Mee, the deputy sheriff who arrested Gibson for a DUI, included four pages of Gibson’s anti-Semitic rants in the police report. Without any particular evidence, Oldman plainly suggested that the arresting officer is likely every bit the racist spouting Jew-hater as Mel Gibson.

“The policeman who arrested him has never used the word nigger or that fucking Jew?” 

Oldman obviously didn’t recall that Gibson was arrested by the lone Jewish deputy in the sheriff’s department, which was why he went on the I Hate Jews tirade in the first place. It was a natural conversation segue. James Mee is angrily refuting Oldman’s claim, since, you know, there’s not a shred of evidence and it’s fucking stupid. I would expect Oldman to offer an out of touch apology soon. In the future he might want to stay away from defending Gibson and stick to Euro-celebrity sensibilities such as rooting for Palestine, opposing free trade, and lauding obscure movies about incest.

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(3) Comments

  1. avatar
    aandm12 06/24/2014 16:00

    Heaven forbid he speak the truth…lighten up folks….

  2. avatar
    Beylerbey 06/24/2014 19:22

    WWTDD has consistently failed to understand that you can’t be PC and be edgy. You can’t suck up to all things mainstream and be edgy. Hence, they try to square the circle by using outrageous language in support of the mainstream, and the end result is unfunny, pointless, and the opposite of edgy. They should really stick to T&A instead.

  3. Joe Ingram 06/26/2014 01:50

    Beylerbey , you’re exactly right.

    This Liberal prick wants his freedom of speech, but denounces anyone whom he disagrees with.

    Fck him. And to think Opie and Anthony are fans of yours, yet they don’t realize you’re part of the problem they speak of, freedom of speech.

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