Because his career topped out so long ago (See: "An Officer and a Gentleman" and "Pretty Woman") it's easy to forget about Richard Gere when you think about rich Hollywood liberals who hate the very country they made their fortunes in. However, that doesn't mean that ole' Richard can't keep trying to get back on the A-List of Insane Hollywood Liberals:
Appearing on Wednesday's (March 14) Late Show with David Letterman, actor Richard Gere declared: “We have a President right now who lies constantly and gets away with it apparently.” Gere's comment, which drew applause from the audience in Manhattan, came in response to Letterman
asking Gere, who was on the show to promote The Hoax, a movie opening in April in which he stars as Clifford Irving who wrote and sold a bogus autobiography of the reclusive Howard Hughes: “Is this the kind of thing that can happen now?”
Gere also contended that “the second Watergate where they got caught actually had a lot to do with the material that's in this book, in the fake autobiography, because Clifford made up a lot of things about Hughes and Richard Nixon and they ended up being true. But Nixon was the only one that knew they were true and so the break-in was actually to find out how much the Democratic Party knew.”
As Rush Limbaugh is so famous for saying:
"With Liberals, it is always the seriousness of the charge, and not the nature of the evidence that matters."
So it is true for the Hollywood elite. They spout names and accusations without any proof to support their slanderous rhetoric. Nothing save for the mud they sling. You can do your part to diss Gere by not putting even more money in his already deep pockets and boycott his new movie.