David Cole writes:
He knows quite well that the best road to career rehabilitation is the one that goes straight from 2006 to today, with no inconvenient stops in between. It’s better to claim victim status at the hands of the big bad Jew than to remind people of the time you beat your girlfriend for not blowing you. Gibson is doing the smartest thing he can by throwing the kikes under the bris and putting it all on them.
When Business Insider’s lapdog entertainment reporter Jason Guerrasio, who, one can assume, scores his Gibson-related exclusives by dutifully repeating all the approved talking points, echoed the “PCH incident led to the ‘blacklisting’” line, he straight-up lied by claiming that Gibson hadn’t starred in a studio film since the drunken anti-Jewish outburst. Guerrasio refused to correct his piece, forcing me to go over his head to entertainment editor Paul Schrodt, who apologized and inserted a correction. Guerrasio’s stubborn refusal to back off from a lie underscores just how important the false narrative is to Team Gibson.