Joshua Malina says Mel Gibson should be canceled from Lethal Weapon citing anti-Semitism allegations

Actor Joshua Malina has questioned Mel Gibson’s return to the Lethal Weapon franchise with the upcoming fifth installment of the series, and the efficacy of abolitionist culture amid earlier allegations of anti-Semitism.

“If Gibson is welcomed back to direct the final installment of this beloved franchise, it may be time to stop posting thought pieces about the power of ‘abolition of culture,’” the 55-year-old Scandal actor said in an opinion piece published by The Atlantic Tuesday. Abolition of Mel Gibson.” Because if he continues to find big money and acclaim in Hollywood, the culture of abolition simply does not exist.

Malina, who has been seen in The Big Bang Theory and The West Wing, recalled previous scandals involving the Oscar winner, 65, who will direct and star in the upcoming Lethal Weapon following the death of director Richard Donner earlier this year.

Gibson, 65, was seen last June in Paris

The latter: Actor Joshua Malina, 55, has questioned Mel Gibson’s return to the Lethal Weapon franchise with the series’ highly anticipated fifth installment, and the efficacy of abolitionist culture amid earlier allegations of anti-Semitism.

They include the July 2006 incident in which the Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff said Gibson committed a series of anti-Semitic insults during his DUI arrest, including, “Jews F***** … Jews are responsible for all.” Wars of the World’, according to TMZ.

Malina said Gibson is a known Jew-hater (very mild anti-Semitism), as his “bias is well documented,” citing other incidents of Gibson’s alleged racism.

Malina said that while Gibson has denied some stories of anti-Semitism, such as the time Winona Ryder said he asked her if she was a “dodger in the oven” at a party.

Lone Lee is not convinced. This is the man who directed and co-wrote The Passion of the Christ, a movie… which is also a hilarious attack on my people, portraying the Jews as the ardent killers of Christ, a slander that has been used as an excuse to torture and kill Jews for two millennia.

Malina said that

Malina said that “Gibson is a known Jew-hater (very mild anti-Semitism)” because his “bias is well documented.”

Gibson, seen with Lethal Weapon actor Danny Glover in 1989's Lethal Weapon 2, is set to return to the hit comedy franchise.

Gibson, seen with Lethal Weapon actor Danny Glover in 1989’s Lethal Weapon 2, is set to return to the hit comedy franchise.

Malina cited anti-Semitic insults allegedly committed by Gibson during his DUI arrest in July 2006 (pictured), including,

Malina cited anti-Semitic insults allegedly committed by Gibson during his DUI arrest in July 2006 (pictured), including, “Jews F*****g…the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world”

Malina also cited recordings of Gibson threatening and using moral and sexual slurs towards her ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva that were published by Radar in 2010.

“It is indisputably true that the main targets of Gibson’s bias are Jews, but what baffles me is that Hollywood also condones his deep misogyny and invades racism against blacks,” Malina said. I wish the hatred against the Jews alone were enough to cast him into the wilderness, but, if it must be due to his other prejudices, I am fine with that.

Malina said he acknowledged Gibson is a “talented man” and that he admires the “Lethal Weapon” films, but that “many terrible people produce great art.

Position me as an ardent fan of Roald Dahl, Pablo Picasso, and Edith Wharton; They don’t get enough of what they sell.” But these three had a good taste for death. That makes enjoying their output a lot easier. Live Gibson. Tinseltown needn’t employ him any more.

Malina said going on to the registry could harm his ability to get a job, but he felt strong enough about the issue to make his grievances public.  Watched in 2017 in New York City

Malina said going on to the registry could harm his ability to get a job, but he felt strong enough about the issue to make his grievances public. Watched in 2017 in New York City

Malina continued, ‘So my question is, what does a man have to do these days to be put on the Hollywood no-fly list? I am a character actor. I tend to take on jobs that come my way. But – and it pains me to write – you can’t pay me enough to work with Mel Gibson.

Malina said going on to the registry could harm his ability to get a job, but he felt strong enough about the issue to make his grievances public.

Josh concluded, “I am writing this knowing that it is more likely to lead to a Warner Bros boycott of Joshua Malina than of Mel Gibson.” “But if that’s the outcome, so be it. You’ve had a good career… It would be great if top executives, producers, and actors would take a stand as well.”

Then I can believe in this cancellation culture that I keep reading about a lot. And I can also believe that the Jews, in fact, count.

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