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Leah Remini Questions Elisabeth Moss’ Support Of Scientology


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Leah Remini is really ahead of time about her experience in Scientology and those still in the faith. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, as well as Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, inform you regarding her Elisabeth Moss remarks. Inform us just what you assume in the comment area listed below.

" Leah Remini is proceeding her crusade against the Church of Scientology as well as its alleged misuses, and has some words for those that continue to sustain it– namely starlet Elisabeth Moss.

Remini is preparing for the 2nd season of her A&E docuseries "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Consequences," which informs the stories of ex-Scientologists like herself that have actually been removed from their households and even targeted by Scientology fans after leaving the church. The starlet was elevated as a Scientologist from an early age and also invested three years as a participant before leaving. Now, she is just one of the church's most public detractors, speaking up versus the alleged abuse, fraudulence and deceptiveness that takes place within the organization.

In a brand-new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Remini brought up the topic of Moss– a fellow star and also lifelong Scientologist.

" Elisabeth Moss thinks that she cannot talk to me," Remini told THR. "There's a point in Scientology called 'acceptable truth.' It suggests you just say what serves to the public. However she thinks that I'm an antisocial individuality– since I have actually spoken up versus Scientology. So she isn't allowed to talk with me. And me understanding that, I would not put her in the awkward setting."

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  1. Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

    Scientology is more toxic than other religions. Well, to the exception of Islam, of course.
    Right, cenk?


    Islam kills and terrorised more than other religions and you guys support them.

    Cenk” now, hold on. WE’RE AGAINST ISLAM YOU DUMBASS”

    Actually, you’re not since you’re partners with al jezeera.

    • Posted by Axel K, at Reply

      He just called them a cult you moron. How does he support “them”?

    • Posted by John Myers, at Reply

      Dark Man, LMFAO! Thanks, I needed that laugh. You’re really new here, otherwise you’d know everything you said is an obvious lie. I suggest you watch all the tyt episodes before you continue to show your stupidity.

    • Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

      John Myers
      What is the lie?

  2. Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

    Ana thinks scientology is unique because of abuse and intimidation? how bout catholic and christian sex abuse. How about intimidation of black and gay people by church members and pastors?

    • Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

      ‘exceptional abuses’


      It’s not bad unless the other people do it, then we point it out when they do it and act like we don’t do it.

    • Posted by jamesbriggstown, at Reply

      Yep, and the ‘Bacha Bazi’ boys in Islam. Both Christianity and Islam have rampant molestation issues even today.

    • Posted by Dave Jones, at Reply

      Brick Tamland idk who “we” is in this case. I am not a part of any religion because they are all trash in my opinion. More than anything, I think that its the fact that scirntology is practiced by a minority and its malfeasances are held up in the media to a high degree. The level of furtiveness under which they operate only serves to entice the outside world into thinking worse and worse of them.

    • Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

      just because you are agnostic does not mean you do not lean toward support for one religion over others. it is your bias.

    • Posted by Dave Jones, at Reply

      Brick Tamland acrually, yes it does. I started catechism in 1st grade and did not believe in its BS from DAY 1. I WAS NEVER A BELIEVER. more importantly, i saw it though a hyper sceptic ans cynical lens since before i can remember. Always seemed like a tooth fairy paradigm to me.
      Furthermore stop copying Cenk Uygar. I was never a believer. Ever. So whats my bias?

  3. Posted by Pamela Boss, at Reply

    Lol, I can’t believe you liken Scientology to religions like Christianity, Judaism, etc…

    • Posted by Pamela Boss, at Reply

      aceyage I don’t remember ever having been asked for hundreds of thousands of dollars to “reach the next tier”, nor do I ever recollect a church making demands, such as never seeing your children, (or friend, spouse, etc) should they leave the church. I also don’t recall a church locking people away, sometimes for years, in an effort to both indoctrinate and to pull away from the people we love.

    • Posted by Mephistahpheles, at Reply

      ” I also don’t recall a church locking people away”

      Given the choice between physical bars and having my mind imprisoned, I’ll take the physical ones. The indoctrination of cults like Christianity is no better than Islam, Judaism, Scientology, or any cult.

      It doesn’t matter if the tax, tithe, fee, whatever is superficially optional, if the cult brainwashes you into believing you must.

  4. Posted by amro mohasseb, at Reply

    “Having sex with everyone’s wives and daughters.” Cenk you’re ignorant. Muslims don’t believe in this.

    • Posted by ivan dennis, at Reply

      amro mohasseb Muhammad

    • Posted by Db Cooper, at Reply


    • Posted by Zelda Williams, at Reply

      Db Cooper eww! Some girls start early, I mean like 10years old! I don’t think kids @-ten should be having sex! That would be a hard no!!

    • Posted by amro mohasseb, at Reply

      Please, tell me her age when she was married to the prophet? If historians themselves differ on the age at which she was married, how would you know she was a child. Her estimated age at marriage was between 9-19 (huge gap, so not really reliable). Secondly, adulthood 1,500 years ago was defined as the onset of puberty, so girls marrying at a younger age was the norm. Nine is definitely way too young, and if it was wrong to marry someone at that age, then the prophet definitely didn’t do that.

    • Posted by amro mohasseb, at Reply

      you’re right, there’s nothing to think about. it’s definitely wrong. All i’m saying is that she definitely didn’t get married at 9, because she wouldn’t have even reached puberty at that age. Someone makes up a hateful lie, and it becomes the norm. Just like what Trump is doing now!!

  5. Posted by Zenn Exile, at Reply

    All religions are cults. They just get so big that they can make up their own version of reality.

    • Posted by Randy Hall, at Reply

      Zenn Exile The Catholic Church is literally the world’s oldest corporation

    • Posted by Quebe l, at Reply

      +Randy Hall
      And oldest charity, and oldest social safety net, and oldest university network, and oldest health care system…

    • Posted by Zenn Exile, at Reply

      Not even close Quebe. Ancient Egypt had social programs and advanced education. So did ancient American civilizations. So did the Minoan… and a bunch more.

      You are delusional. And probably a fuckpotato.

    • Posted by Quebe l, at Reply

      +Zenn Exile
      I’m obviously referring to it as being the oldest surviving organization involved in those activities in the same way the previous guy called it the oldest Corporation.
      You’ll do well to show more respect before making stupid assumptions

    • Posted by Zenn Exile, at Reply

      Sure you did fuckboi. I believe you.

  6. Posted by Andrew Wells, at Reply

    Atheists are the most easily triggered demographic of all time, also you’re going to hell.

    • Posted by Patterson CURSE, at Reply

      Andrew Wells Threatening atheists with hell.๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Posted by Cows_n_Muffins, at Reply

      +Andrew Wells I don’t care what religion you follow. As long as that religion prevents you from becoming an amoral, murdering, psychopath, it is fine by me. I’m nice to others because life is better that way, not because some imaginary man in the sky will send me somewhere after I die.

    • Posted by Larry Appleton, at Reply

      +Andrew Wells I agree they’re so obnoxious and self-righteous

    • Posted by michaelal20, at Reply

      Larry Appleton Lordy Lordy

    • Posted by Jim Bob, at Reply

      See you in hell Andrew!

  7. Posted by Randy Hall, at Reply

    I was once a bible-thumper. I find it ironic when people try to tell me that college brainwashed me, because I’m actually not the one who’s brainwashed anymore. I don’t judge people for being religious, but I will criticize them for attacking those who question religion itself.

    • Posted by Vapor King, at Reply

      I lost my religion but then suffered from constant existential crises.

    • Posted by brokenyard, at Reply

      Vapor King that’s normal. Accept your imminent death. Be here now.

    • Posted by Collin Grimes, at Reply

      Vapor King there is nothing after death. We are organic matter that will become one with earth. Telling yourself otherwise to feel better doesn’t change the reality, so yeah, accept our unity with mother earth and dispense with the book. There are many books. There is one earth

  8. Posted by Jesse Frank, at Reply

    All religions are cults. The only difference between Scientology and other religions is size and time.

    • Posted by Jordan Johnson, at Reply

      Some a better than others, atheism is piratically a cult itself NOW, hi, I’m an atheist

    • Posted by ropisfun, at Reply

      Jesse Frank I agree that they’re all bad, but they’re not all cults, and there are FAR more differences than that. Scientology threatens people’s safety, careers, etc for leaving and speaking out. Some other’s like Mormons excommunicate. Islam threatens the death penalty just for leaving. Buddhists don’t care if you leave. They’re definitely not all equal. You’re wasting time and resources on some while not scrutinizing others enough, if you’re treating them all the same.

    • Posted by The Movie Dealers, at Reply

      Nope. Cult has a specific definition and it requires certain behaviors. Only some religions fit the definition.

  9. Posted by shawn brown, at Reply

    Religions are literally all cults. The goal is to brainwash for profit 100% of the time.

    • Posted by shawn brown, at Reply

      The Movie Dealers that’s not how English works. Stop trying to argue semantics. That’s not how intelligent people make a point.

    • Posted by Cov Fefe, at Reply

      “The goal is to brainwash for profit 100% of the time”

      Highlighting that the Republican party is a cult.

    • Posted by Jim Bob, at Reply

      Why was Fred Armisen married to *MOSS* ?

    • Posted by captain bigballs, at Reply

      Religion is s shitheap of stupid ideas.

  10. Posted by Shubha Juyal, at Reply

    Cenk is right… other religions have let their pot stew for a while so they are accepted nay blindly followed.
    About intimidation Catholics had Inquisition. Hindus are lynching those eating beef in India. Islam has Jihad.
    I guess only Buddhist religion has some chill. Rest are just crazy… all of them.

    • Posted by ื—ืžื–ื”, at Reply

      Shubha Juyal The teachings of Buddhism are to chill even though many Buddhists love violence. However when it comes to Islam, the teachings are violent hence more and more people love the violence. Same goes for the religion of Christianity or Judaism.

    • Posted by R14iify, at Reply

      Shubha Juyal its definitely religious considering its spearheaded by Burmese monks…besides which you can attribute all the other atrocities you have listed to sociopolitical factors specific to the regions in which they are occurring and not globals phenomenons perpetuated by followers in other regions

    • Posted by R14iify, at Reply

      ื—ืžื–ื” however that is empirically false. google it! there have been computer analyses comparing the violence in the old testament, new testament and quran and found the Quran actually had the least violent and hateful references of all three books. google Odin text analyses of old testament. new testament and Quran! and maybe at least jog your common sense before making such broad definitive claims next time if not fact check.

  11. Posted by Alan, at Reply

    Scientology is dying. The leadership will collapse, it’ll splinter out into a number of sub-cults and dissolve completely.

    • Posted by The Movie Dealers, at Reply

      Troll Level C Minus.

    • Posted by The Movie Dealers, at Reply

      Can’t be a triggered Scientologist because they are not allowed to look at the internet and see “entheta.”

    • Posted by Grey Mouser, at Reply

      …a ‘B’ grade science fiction author couldn’t script it better ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Posted by ื—ืžื–ื”, at Reply

      Alan I wish it were happening to Islam. But Muslims are producing Muslim babies at the rate of bunnies.

    • Posted by Cthulhu Christ, at Reply

      Look at the numbers if you don’t believe me, Scientology is making people’s lives better all over the world.

  12. Posted by Andrew Knoll, at Reply

    You claim to a lib and then attack Christianity, when your talking about scientology. Genk, Scientology is not a religion. Yes it is a church, but not a religion. They teach you how to be successful in these weird workshops. People literally scream at you, call you names and your not suppose to react to it. Why not actually be a lib like you claim and not criticize people for their religion. Comparing a cult like scientology that abuses its members to Christianity is very insulting. I get in the past some messed up things were don in the name of Christianity, but that not what it teaches. Why don’t you learn to respect other people’s beliefs? This is the one thing I can not stand about tyt. Genk isn’t the only one on tyt to do this. You’re such hypocrites. Seems like I to go back too manstream media or put up with your channels bigotry.

    • Posted by ื—ืžื–ื”, at Reply

      Andrew Knoll Christianity started out as a cult. So did every religion. Yes, Scientology is more of a cult today, but it will be a religion tomorrow (I hope not) which doesn’t negate the fact that it was a cult. Islam, Christianity, Mormonism, and every other organized religion started out as a cult behind a cult leader who told them that their words were the only “truth”. So don’t be offended by facts, and accept them.

    • Posted by necroryda, at Reply

      Andrew Knoll christianity says you deserve to be tortured forever if you refuse to accept a bronze age conmans unverified claims. that is intimidation

    • Posted by Josefine Nilsson, at Reply

      Please, let’s not start with the “not all Christians” evangelism. Christians are not the victims here. Your religion has ruined and continues to ruin a lot of lives, so itย’s interesting to me that mere verbal criticism is enough to make Christians whine about being persecuted. Suddenly, in a moment of irony, Christians are the ones pleading for tolerance and understanding. Christians are now the victims, apparently. As long as you chose to not disassociate with the Christian church you OWE its actions. That’s just the way it is. It leaves you with only ONE option if you want to show that not all Christians are narrow-minded, literalist and bigots. You need to stop pleading for tolerance while at the same time trying to legislate your belief system and limit the freedoms of those not like you. And you need to stand with the victims of your religion instead of complain about your religion being criticized for victimizing people. You owe it to the victims to own the abuse caused by your people and to rectify it wherever possible. You can’t have it both ways ย—- be a Christian while trying to evade the worst elements of it. Stop being offended by people criticizing the abuse caused by your religion and start being offended by the abuse instead. Then maybe you’ll get the respect you crave.

  13. Posted by pete275, at Reply

    I don’t know why she’s saying that mainstream religions are not intimidating, the bible calls for the death of people who don’t follow their rules, that’s pretty intimidating

    • Posted by Fedzi, at Reply

      David Stone Yeah no, that’s not true according to the Bible itself. There are many passages in there where Jesus embraces Old Testament teachings. Christians just decided to rationalize this bullshit New Testament vs Old Testament nonsense so that their conscience would be kept clear. Nope

    • Posted by Ethan S, at Reply

      pete275 he also said I give unto you a higher law. The mosaic law was a beginning, not the end all be all.

    • Posted by pete275, at Reply

      he can give onto you all he likes, the old laws have not been abolished

    • Posted by Madie S, at Reply

      The church of Scientology literally silences you as a person they will go after you if you speak out

  14. Posted by Juwoki, at Reply

    Cenk, you really need to look up the difference between a cult and a religion.
    And this is coming from an atheist!

    • Posted by Thecuriousincident1, at Reply

      He thinks all Religions are cults and really if you think about it they are.

    • Posted by Rachel Magowan, at Reply

      Thecuriousincident1 exactly right

    • Posted by TheGkmasta, at Reply

      Juwoki Jehovah’s Witnesses and many other Christian and Islam sects use shunning and isolationism to keep people in their religion/cult

    • Posted by Juwoki, at Reply

      TheGkmasta To me this is another wide field of discussion. To me a sect is an offspring of a religion. The original religion, in my mind, can not be held responsible for the practices of those sects, although they of course are a lot closer to religion than a cult. Remember, I do not defend ANY religion, cult OR sect, I just see a lot of differences between them. Making it difficult or impossible for members to leave, is just ONE point!!

  15. Posted by Steve Davis, at Reply

    Difference between cult and religion: in a cult, there’s one person who knows it’s all lies. In a religion, that person is dead.

    • Posted by christian lill, at Reply

      Steve Davis Are you sure? Lets see: Catholics have their Pope, Tibetians their Dalai Lama, Islam all variants some different dude, evangelicals pretty much the same…

    • Posted by XSC 3, at Reply

      do you guys practice these arguments at all before you make them? every group has a leader, therefore the leader is a hypocritical con artist… so Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris are secretly theists? lol. I like how you glossed over that Islam (apart from the minority Shiite branch and the even tinier ISIS crazies) and “evangelicals” are far more decentralized than Tibetan Buddhism or Catholicism. pretty much all religions are DIFFERENT and that would be the honest thing to say here. “cult” is pejorative in its common usage, but its referring to a subgroup (of religion, usually) that is far more insular and prone to abuse by its very nature. if you’re going to castigate all religious people for what one tiny group does I guess one can do the same with the non-religious as well, right? I mean, it’s not like all atheists are communists, right?

    • Posted by Steve Davis, at Reply

      christian lill I don’t think the pope or other religious leaders you mention know for a fact that it’s all lies. The religions are too old, and they grew up believing. Joseph Smith made the book of Mormon up. Possibly, he let Brigham Young in on it. At some point, though, people believe strongly enough that they’ll be willing leaders without telling them that you’re fleecing the flock. At that point, you’ve got yourself a religion.

    • Posted by Steve Davis, at Reply

      XSC 3 your argument is not logically sound. Some leaders are hypocrites, and some are not. Some atheists are hypocrites, some are not. Some religious people are hypocrites, some are not.

  16. Posted by Michael H, at Reply

    TYT is a cult

    • Posted by Michael H, at Reply

      postman1782 I watch cbn sometimes for Christian perspective world news, because most news is liberal based.

    • Posted by postman1782, at Reply

      Michael H While most news is liberal biased, so is reality and truth. Don’t know why anyone would dumb themselves down and listen to a “christian perspective”.

    • Posted by Michael H, at Reply

      postman1782 Why are you so triggered by my comments? Seems like you’re defending a cult

    • Posted by Jim Bob, at Reply


  17. Posted by Rick Cleek, at Reply

    Still not as bad as Islam (the Religion of peace)

    • Posted by Rick Cleek, at Reply

      Tommy Steel, mainly thanks to Left-wing Communism.

    • Posted by Shawn Doe, at Reply

      Rick Cleek Make sure you leave out the second part of the sentence. It’s the only way you can pretend to win an argument. When I read comments like yours, I think over population.

    • Posted by Rick Cleek, at Reply

      Of course you think overpopulation; you’re a Leftist fruitcake.

    • Posted by Shawn Doe, at Reply

      Rick Cleek Nope, not “leftist,” nor am I a liberal.

    • Posted by Shawn Doe, at Reply

      And I agree with Donald Trump when he says we have to target the families of the terrorists, but I disagree with them about who are the primary terrorists. You see, A left this would make all sorts of excuses for people like you, but I make none. I think people like you have to be dealt with-in the same fashion you’ve been dealing with the rest of the world.

  18. Posted by Carpe Imodiem, at Reply

    Cenk, I was raised in that cult. I was pressured into signing a billion year contract to work for them when I was 13. So did my younger sisters. The wrong doings of other religions are IRRELEVANT to the criminally destructive practices of this coward-cult. Is child labor just like every religion in the US? Human trafficking? Holding people against their will in barb wired facilities under 24/7 watch?

    Totally separate from many things done by this cult in poor taste are ACTUAL acts of organized crime. I reapect you a great deal. I am a fan. But what you are doing here is more aligned with a Sara Silverman joke you probably read on a meme. I get that you might not have time to fully research every topic you cover. Especially an unbelievably lengthy one such a the Co$. But you REALLY should.

    Besides the general entertainment, I think your voice would do a lot to help the poor souls who have been trapped or attacked by them. ESPECIALLY the innocent ones who were born into it (like I was). Who are put into Scientology brainwashing schools with no academic standards (like I was). Where Sea Org recruiters cherry pick the kids they think they can pressure, and whose parents they can pressure, into a lifetime of consentual slavery (like me/mine). Who later when trying to leave get threatened that their lives will be destroyed if they tell anyone what happens behind the scenes (like mine was). I could keep writing this for DAYS. But I’ll leave it here.

    And thanks Ana! You had some solid points, as you ALL usually do.

    • Posted by Name is bad Motherf*****, at Reply

      are you okay? Mentally

    • Posted by Carpe Imodiem, at Reply

      Name is bad Motherf***** Of course not. But I’m MUCH better off than so many others. I’m literate. I dont live on the streets. And most importantly… I escaped!!

  19. Posted by Mark12 Strang, at Reply

    Why is it okay to say something against Scientology but not against Islam?

    • Posted by Amanda Bell, at Reply

      Would also like to say I agree with Cenk and TYT that most religions are basically cults, but there’s a difference as they point out.

    • Posted by Aviri Char, at Reply

      Mark12 Strang: what Amanda Bell and hamobu said — and then also to put it most simply: no one said it is not okay to say “something” against Islam — everyone sane and fair and human says it is not okay to say things that are not okay, against anyone…

      it’s really not that hard, you just have to stop lying to yourself about which thing is being said — a blanket general “something” (which doesn’t specify jack) or actual wrong things that are wrong because they are obviously wrong…

      again, that’s the simple version, though it involves facing up to some pretty complicated convolutions that have to be in place in your own brain (and actively kept there, by you) in order to not simply see what’s so simple

      so, deal, will you? the world and all humanity will thank you for owning up, once you do

    • Posted by Michael Robertson, at Reply

      Amanda Bell – Islam and muslims are doing nothing wrong? LOL go walk through the no go zones of Europe as a white female and come back and talk….otherwise stfu….last week they arrested a kebab shop owner who kidnapped, raped, pimped out a 14 year old then grinded her into the kebab meat for drunk westerners to eat ……nothing wrong here

    • Posted by g00gle minus, at Reply

      Try watching the whole video next time.

    • Posted by Aviri Char, at Reply

      Michael Robertson — you know that there are sociopathic Christians right? it’s a full service psychopathy, infiltrating every corner of humanity, because duh

      oh wait, you probably don’t know that, because you don’t know how to read a full sentence even, just respond to a relatively small part of it, out of context — so expecting that you’d ever actually read anything of substance, or hear any complexities in any conversation anywhere, would be silly

      sorry, my bad — tell your mommy and daddy I apologize for having to do their job for them and tell you to stfu til you learn to adult

  20. Posted by Dante Rance, at Reply

    I’m a fervent Atheist but you can’t equate Scientology with other religions. Scientology was invented as a scam. You can compare Scientology from certain sects that are that use intimidation or mind control but saying all religions are like that is irresponsible. You guys are making the same lapse in judgement that people who claim all muslims are terrorists make.

    • Posted by Adam Gerson, at Reply

      Other religions were invented as a scam also… The “prophet” Mohammed wanted free money, fame, and the ability to have sex with any women he wanted. Sounds like a scam to me.

    • Posted by Aynna alilli, at Reply

      Adam Gerson believe me. If you wanted free sex and etc. Islam isn’t the religion to turn too.