Famous director Quentin Tarantino has landed himself in hot water recently for attending an anti-cop rally in New York City. When word spread that he wan in attendance, Tarantino booked an interview on liberal network MSNBC, not to apologize, but to double down. In an interview with Chris Hayes, Tarantino compared cops to white supremacists, while listing off victims of supposed “police brutality.”
If Tarantino's assertion that cops are murders wasn't enough, its now come to our attention that Tarantino himself called on the cops for help dealing with a “suspicious individual loitering in his backyard.”
It's probably fairly reasonable to assume that Tarantino wouldn't object to force being used to protects his own life, in that instance, but is more concerned demonizing the cops who dealt with situations with which Tarantino had no connection.
Of course, he says that he has felt no backlash from the Hollywood community, but why would he? We all know where they stand on the issue as well.