Garden State blind to “Forrest” beyond trees

Garden State blind to “Forrest” beyond trees

Before delving into the content of this installment, one must humbly offer a confession. For many years, not only has one grown to appreciate the number of varied roles this truly great character actor has skillfully demonstrated on the silver screen, but one also imagined – however ultimately unlikely – that this celebrity, both professionally and personally, represented the last grain of sanity and class to be discovered within the borders of Hollywood’s tainted tinsel town.

Sadly, however, one must dare to tread wherever evidence of the actor based reality leads.

Among the more astute, those who perhaps comprehend what exactly has been alluded to in the headline, no doubt one has already surmised where this installment shall dare to venture. However, beyond identification of the host actor portraying the high level political role, on this occasion, one shall delve into the reasons as to why the actor based reality is so effective in aiding implementation of the ruling elite Jesuit families’ social and political agendas, and additionally, demonstrate how it acts as a protective and perpetual legal shield.

The state of New Jersey – though much maligned as a geographical malformity compared to the titanic majesty of its grander neighbor of New York – can nevertheless boast of having been the launching pad of many of America’s brightest and most cherished stars of the popular music stage, including Bruce Springsteen, and Jon Bon Jovi.

But, the “Garden state” also harbors a dark secret, in that one of Hollywood’s most renowned, brightest and arguably most talented stars once inhabited the governor’s office of its state capital – and can still be seen on corporate network television portraying the character of former New Jersey governor, Chris Christie. Continue reading “Garden State blind to “Forrest” beyond trees”