At this point, nasty rhetoric from Hollywood elite has become so multitudinous that even bringing it up feels like looking into two mirrors facing each other, the endless line of reflections like incidents and tantrums. Over the course of Donald Trump's presidency, we've seen our fair share of petty — at times violent — outbursts. Kathy Griffin, Roberto De Niro, Samantha Bee, Seth Rogen, all the same celebrities who fawned over Obama.
So it's nice to hear calm-headed proclamations like the one Home Improvement star Zachary Ty Bryan gave during an interview with Fox News. Bryan, who considers himself "conservative libertarian," criticized Hollywood elites who have come down with nasty cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
"They have no message," Bryan said. "If your message is, 'Hate Trump,' you're really not getting very far with your agenda and what you're trying to accomplish."
When asked about the elitism in Hollywood, Bryan spoke about Seth Rogen's recent snub of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
One thing that really sticks out about the interview is that Bryan is able to criticize Hollywood elites while also providing an answer.
One thing that really sticks out about the interview is that Bryan is able to criticize Hollywood elites while also providing an answer. He uses the term solution-focused, he talks about using dialogue to mend our differences:
He had this opportunity to have some dialogue with Paul Ryan, maybe express his disagreements, maybe influence him on some level and maybe they could have worked together to help the problems that he has.
There's a lot of wisdom in these words. He adds that free speech is not the issue. Divisive rhetoric is the issue. Now is the time for mending. For solutions.