J.J. Abrams is a Hollywood screenwriter, director, and producer, responsible for TV shows such as Lost as well as movies such as Super 8, the Star Trek reboot films, and to a certain extent the sequel trilogy of Star Wars. Like most of Hollywood, he embraces radical leftism.
He embraces multiculturalism, usually including various minorities and women in significant roles solely on the basis of their race and gender, many times at the expense of their character. When speaking of his experiences and motivations during an awards ceremony, he said "We wrote these characters but when we went to cast it, one of the things I had felt, having been to the Emmys a couple times — you look around that room and you see the whitest (censored) room in the history of time. Its just unbelievably white. And I just thought, we’re casting this show and we have an opportunity to do anything we want, why not cast the show with actors of color?" As a result, he generally tends to showcase white males as the villains in those movies. He also inferred that he'll add in homosexual characters into future Star Wars movies. When confronted with the failure of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, Abrams, typical of those who adhere to multiculturalism and social justice warrior culture, accused the audience of being "threatened by women" without giving any evidence for his claim.
He alongside other people involved in the Star Trek franchise made a signed letter to unsuccessfully prevent Donald Trump from becoming President.
He is friends with the Japanese game designer and radical leftist Hideo Kojima.