Another Hollywood liberal just had a complete meltdown over politics — and this one may be the worst yet.
Critics say filmmaker Jason Pollock acted like a child who’d lost their balloon in a recent appearance on Fox News.
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When Pollock was called out by host Martha MacCallum for editing together clips of Michael Brown (and leaving out crucial parts in order to fit his narrative that Brown didn’t rob a convenience store before being shot by police) the liberal filmmaker through a screaming fit.
In an effort to deceive viewers that Brown didn’t rob the store, Pollock cites a video showing Brown trading marijuana for cigarillos, leaving the cigarillos behind, and returning the next day to retrieve them.
The controversy arose when it is revealed that Pollock conveniently left out video of the clerk returning the marijuana to Brown and the cigarillos to the shelf, completely disproving his claim that Brown simply returned to collect what was rightfully his.
When MacCallum questions Pollock of the purpose behind his strong focus on the convenience store tape instead of what actually happened at the scene of the crime with the officer and Brown, Pollock loses it.
Pollock screams that the investigation into Brown’s shooting never was intended to result in justice, as he waves his finger at the camera and at one point is red-faced yelling in MacCallum’s face.
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So much for civility.
St. Louis prosecutor Bob McCulloch hit the nail on the head when he defended the investigations and slammed Pollock saying, “This guy is just trying to push his movie.”
Watch Pollock’s embarrassing meltdown below:
— The Horn editorial team