Police Taking Credit for Box Office Failure of Latest Tarantino Film

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Photo: nation.foxnews.com / twitter

Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie, The Hateful Eight, has been a bomb at the box-office and some police officials are claiming responsibility for the inflammatory director’s failure.

Tarantino earned the scorn of police officer’s nationwide last year after he marched in a New York anti-police protest just days after NYPD officer Randolph Holder was gunned down.

During the march, Tarantino took to the microphone and referred to police officers as “murderers.”

Following that incident, police officers throughout the country vowed to boycott any Tarantino products and the poor showing of his latest film has led some to believe the boycott worked.

Patrick Lynch, the president of the Police Benevolent Association, said, “With nearly one million law enforcement officers in this country who have families and friends who support them, the impact that police have economically on a product or project is immense. The law enforcement boycott of cop-hater Quentin Tarantino’s movie is one demonstration of that economic power.”


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