Michael Imperioli has starred in some of the most beloved films and shows in history. But if you liked shows like The Sopranos And The White Lotus and movies like Freedmenwho all feature it, and you love the recent Supreme Court ruling that allowed a Christian website company to deny service to the LGBTQIA+ community, then you’re out of luck (besides being a agreement to deny service to a large group of people).
The day after the nation’s highest court ruled on 303 Creative LLC against Elenis, Imperioli left a scorched earth message on Instagram.
“I have decided to ban fanatics and homophobes from watching The Sopranos, The White Lotus, Goodfellas or any other movie or TV show I have been in,” the actor and filmmaker wrote. “Thank you to the Supreme Court for allowing me to discriminate against and exclude those with whom I disagree and oppose. UNITED STATES ! UNITED STATES!”
He later added, “hate and ignorance is not a legitimate point of view”.
Punishing bias isn’t all the right-wing Supreme Court did on Friday. They also rejected President Joe Biden’s plan to write off a fraction of the huge student debt that has long prevented a generation from contributing meaningfully to the economy. Biden has vowed to have a plan B in place. Until then, “bigots and homophobes” will need to know that former Christopher Moltisani thinks they are shitbags.
(Via Weekly entertainment)