During a discussion about Dylan Farrow’s account of what she says Woody Allen did to her when she was seven years old, Barbara Walters gave such an impassioned defense of Allen that he might want to think about hiring her as his lawyer:

This is from a 1976 People Magazine interview with Woody Allen:

He goes on: “I’m open-minded about sex. I’m not above reproach; if anything, I’m below reproach. I mean, if I was caught in a love nest with 15 12-year-old girls tomorrow, people would think, yeah, I always knew that about him.” Allen pauses. “Nothing I could come up with would surprise anyone,” he ventures helplessly. “I admit to it all.”

That is of course proof of nothing but does provide an insight into a twisted mind. Evidence? No. A clue? Most likely.

Hollywood still loves Woody Allen, so maybe Barbara Walters was afraid to be too critical and blow future interview opportunities. You have to wonder how sick the accusations against Allen would have to be for them to stop lauding him in this manner:

I have that same suit Diane Keaton was wearing except in brown.


5 Responses to “And now a word from Woody Allen’s attorney, Barbara Walters”

  1. Granny617 on February 4th, 2014 10:12 pm

    I used to be shocked at how Hollyweird would back the whack jobs of this world, but not any more. What a depraved bunch, which is why I don't go to movies anymore.

    And Doug – I am ashamed that you claimed an identical suit to what that skank is wearing – I thought you had better taste. Unless, you bought it at a thrift shop for a Halloween costume.

  2. Marshall_Will on February 4th, 2014 10:47 pm

    In 1979, Polanski gave a controversial interview with the novelist Martin Amis in which, discussing his conviction, he said “If I had killed somebody, it wouldn’t have had so much appeal to the press, you see? But… —ing, you see, and the young girls. Judges want to — young girls. Juries want to — young girls. Everyone wants to — young girls!”

    Freaks of a feather not only flock together they also project their depravity onto everyone else.

  3. Marshall_Will on February 5th, 2014 12:28 am

    Hysterical. Doug's MM retweet of "Common Core math" on the Senate 'farm' bill passing 68 to 52..! Who knew we had 130 senators..? Lol

    The WaPo article rightly notes it's hardly food scarcity we're confronting ( it's managing the surplus! ) Whatever happened to "putting an END to corporate welfare"?

  4. Truesoldier__ on February 5th, 2014 11:40 am

    No kidding. It doesn't even add up if you talk about Dear leader's 57 states.

  5. joyannaadams on February 6th, 2014 12:31 am

    Did she HAVE to sing at the end? Is she totally in love with herself or what?

    Woody Allen, reminds me of Michael Jackson. They feel since they are geniuses, that gives them the right to "experiment" with…sex..and life, and they give no care to who they damage with their sickness. They just change the rules….

    Can you be a genius and pervert at the same time? Can you say, "Bill Clinton?"

    They are teaching anal sex to 11 year olds in Hawaii at public schools, thanks to the liberals. Homosexuality is now normal…simply because THEY say so. And Woody Allen having sex with a 17 year old, and Bill Clinton seducing an intern….that's normal now. And it's normal because they want to have sex with whomever they want and whenever they want, without repercussions. It's so compassionate.

    Nobody Thinks, that his daughter is telling the truth….

    Not that anyone in Hollywood cares. They just don't.

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