Quentin Tarantino Defends Roman Polanski Rape Of A Child [Video]

Quentin Tarantino Filthy comments over the rape of a 13-year-old-girl disgusted Howard Stern, and that is saying something!

Tarantino made an appearance on the Howard Stern show to talk about his 2003 flyby defense of Polanski’s felony rape charges. Don’t be too surprised, this Clinton supporting liberal is good friends with Harvey Weinstein.

Tarantino’s disgusting argument in defense of his friend Polanski consisted of ‘she wanted it’, despite the young girl being drugged at the time. At one point he refers to the then child as a 13-year-old ‘party girl’. What kind of warped Hollywood banter is this? Take a look.



As Reported By BENJAMIN ARIE With Conservative Tribune:

How low can Hollywood go? The Harvey Weinstein scandal cast a bright spotlight on just how depraved the media-entertainment complex is, and now one of the most successful filmmakers of the last three decades has been caught defending pedophilia and statutory rape.

Controversial director Quentin Tarantino, who is known for edgy and violent movies such as “Pulp Fiction” — as well as his anti-cop rhetoric — is now under scrutiny after a disturbing admission from 2003 resurfaced.

During the interview with radio shock-jock Howard Stern, the film mogul defended fellow movie director and convicted child rapist Roman Polanski — and made sickening comments about how an adult having sex with an underage girl was fine.

Stern, himself known for being fairly edgy, challenged Tarantino to explain why “Hollywood embraces this mad man, this director who raped a 13-year-old.”

That’s when Tarantino jumped to defend the man who committed the 1977 rape and  fled the United States in 1978 to avoid prison time. Polanski has been a fugitive fromAmerican justice ever since.

“He didn’t rape a 13-year-old. It was statutory rape, that’s not quite the same thing,” Tarantino insisted, according to The Washington Times.

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