“The Butler” – Hollywood’s Latest Anti-Reagan Films Depicts Reagan As Racist

Given a high profile boost by “America is racist” Oprah Winfrey, (who made her fortune off of support from White Middle Class America) the just released film “The Butler” makes a barely veiled portrayal of Ronald Reagan as a racist, indifferent president.  The true story of the film’s main character, is of course much different…

(Eugene Allen with  Ronald and Nancy Reagan.  Allen loved the Reagans, but Hollywood is now telling a much different and terribly false story…)


(via Breitbart)

“Allen retired from his position as chief butler in 1986 after 34 years of service. The film, however, portrays Allen’s exit as a principled stand against Reagan’s policies. In the film, Allen, portrayed by Forrest Whitaker, quits his job over Reagan’s indifference to civil rights and his alleged support of the South African apartheid government.

This is pure fiction. A Washington Post profile in 2008 noted that Allen and his wife kept framed photos of Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy in their living room. Pictures of the other presidents Allen served were hung in the basement. Why would the real-life Allen keep pictures of Reagan in the most prominent place in his home if he had quit his job over policy disagreements with the Administration?

The closeness between Allen and the Reagans is evidenced by another anecdote in the profile. Allen was the first butler to attend a state dinner as a guest. The Reagans invited Allen and his wife to attend a state dinner for West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl.”   LINK


Former White House butler Eugene Allen is no longer alive to dispute this Hollywood version of his close and admiring relationship with Ronald Reagan.  Allen was, by all accounts, treated with great respect and admiration by the Reagan White House.  This truth does not fit with the liberal agenda though, so in comes the revisionism and the demonization of one of the most successful and loved presidents of America’s modern era.

And what of the ample economic evidence of how much more successful African Americans were under Ronald Reagan than they have been under Barack Obama?  Take a look at just a couple of the more significant and shocking statistics:

***Under Reagan, adult black unemployment fell by 20 percent, but under Mr. Obama, it has increased by 42 percent.

***Black teenage unemployment fell by 16 percent under Reagan, but has risen by 56 percent under Mr. Obama.  LINK

Barack Obama is destroying the Black community in America, and yet, because of the color of his skin – ON THAT QUALITY ALONE, he is being revered by Hollywood as historically significant.  That reverence is the absolute OPPOSITE of the words of Martin Luther King Jr. :

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

For liberal Hollywood, it is Barack Obama’s skin color that takes precedence over the content of his character.  Despite overseeing a massive and community debilitating increase in black unemployment, Hollywood chooses not to address that indisputable fact, but rather engage in shockingly inaccurate historical revisionism that offends the memory not only of Ronald Reagan, but of Eugene Allen himself.  Allen’s real history is being rebuked in favor of the liberal agenda.  Hollywood has no real interest in telling Allen’s real story, but rather only their version of what that story should be through their lying eyes.

Shame on them.


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“You were sent here to kill me, Mr. Walker.”   LINK

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3 Comments to “The Butler” – Hollywood’s Latest Anti-Reagan Films Depicts Reagan As Racist
    • Essa
    • Its the Hollywood way to twist facts to fit the narrative after the subject of the story is gone and unable validate the story about their life. I have not been to any movies since the 80′s because of the intelligence insulting drivel they put out, daring to call it a movie. These so called movies are junk that belong in the bowels of the sewer.

      I would imagine the newly minted race baiter will have damaged her brand significantly, for many people shall feel slighted and insulted after supporting her all the way to the top from day one.

      I wonder how we will survive the next 3+ years, for no one has been as successful as President Reagan, our best President in modern times.

    • Bart
    • What I worry about is the revisionist history kids are learning in school. It starts with the movie and is quickly followed by teachers (who are just as historically-malnourished as their students) feeling justified in repeating the lies that the Hollywood left pushes.

      Before you know it, the trickle of un-truths has become a flood.

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