Chazelle wrote about the importance of speaking out and doing what is right for the greater good of the American people. He claims he joined the social media platform because he wants to do whatever he can since "every little bit helps."
"We're living a historic moment. Things don't often come this clear-cut. Anyone in a position of power who stays silent is complicit," he wrote. "I hold out hope. That the GOP will come to its senses and call for impeachment."
The director ended his first rant calling the president a "loathsome misogynist racist."
Decided to join Twitter because I feel a responsibility to add my voice to the chorus. (1/10)
Chazelle later wrote that due to recent occurrences he no longer believes every citizen in America truly has the right to "unfettered free speech." "How many white supremacists were arrested in Charlottesville? 4. How many protestors were arrested in Ferguson? 155," he wrote. "THAT is the state of free speech in America today."
Been thinking about free speech. I grew up partly in a country (France) where, for example, it's illegal to publicly deny the Holocaust. 1/