The Dangerous Power of Hollywood Explained
Every single day, Americans are influenced by the largest, most effective propaganda machine the world has ever seen. To make matters worse, we actually pay our hard-earned money for the privilege of being influenced by it. That propaganda machine is Hollywood, and it’s been dominated by those on the far left for some time now.
Of course, the content that Hollywood produces is, on the whole, highly entertaining — it wouldn’t be effective if it wasn’t. The problem is that when characters we feel an emotional connection to espouse opinions and ideologies through their words or actions, most people can’t help but become more sympathetic towards those opinions and ideologies. Likewise, when other opinions and ideologies are painted in a negative light or espoused by characters that we love to hate, our favorability towards them naturally takes a hit.
The point is that Hollywood is powerful, and those in control of the content Hollywood puts out are not letting that power go to waste. Rather, they are using it (and have been doing so for several decades now) to change public opinion, adjust the moral compass of the American populace, and ultimately play a role in dictating the future of our country.
There’s no sin in enjoying movies and television. It is important, though, to recognize the very overt ways in which those in control of those movies and TV shows use their content to influence the way you think and the way you vote.
To see Ben Shapiro discuss the dangerous power of Hollywood and point out specific examples of how they have swayed public opinion over the years, be sure to check out the video below.
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