The Oscar Bash

Predictably, The Democrat Party Convention last night took shots at The President.

Kimmel didn’t wait long to bash Trump, saying, “I want to say thank you to President Trump. Remember last year when it seemed like the Oscars were racist? That’s gone, thanks to him.” Later, he said Trump would tweet about the Oscars “during his 5 a.m. bowel movement.”

Gee, I will remember that if & when we get another Liberal Democrat President. Be as rude and disrespectful in public as you want to be and everyone will clap and cheer… 🙂

He said many people had told him to address the political divides in the U.S., saying he would not be able to do that. “There’s only one Braveheart in the room,” he said, in reference to Mel Gibson. “And he’s not going to unite us either.”

And Mel’s Career was trashed for a long time by… 🙂

But hey, it’s just the Liberals being Tolerant, after all.


Even the Brits beforehand were getting into the loving mood:

David Harewood, who starred as the director of the CIA in Homeland and went on to appear in the acclaimed BBC drama The Night Manager, said he endorsed any Oscar winners who took the opportunity to criticise the President.

“Any attempt to bash Trump is good,” he said. “It’s going to be a fun night. Definitely get your recorders out for some fun speeches.”

Gee, what would have happened if we did this to Obama? Oh, yeah, I remember, you’d be called a RACIST! 😦

Cara Speller, the British producer of Pear Cider And Cigarettes, which is nominated for best animated short film, said artists had a “responsibility to speak out”.

“I won’t be doing that. Other people will put it much better than me,” she said. “But I think that’s great and I think it’s important actually. Our very way of life is being threatened and curtailed.”

She, of course, is speaking fondly of authoritarian socialism. 🙂

Then there’s Jodie Foster, who is a clueless sheeple.

Speaking outside the Beverly Hills headquarters of the United Talent Agency (UTA), which cancelled its Oscars party to stage the protest, Foster, star of The Silence of the Lambs,  Taxi Driver and The Accused, said: “This year is a very different year and it’s time to show up. It’s time to engage.

“We know the first attack on democracy is an assault on free expression and civil liberties and this relentless war on truth.”

Guess who’s been assaulting free expression for decades and continues to do so unabated with their war on truth, Mrs Foster?


Doublethink is still thriving in the Leftist mind.

CNN: Given that, those who watch the Oscars can’t convincingly feign shock over being subjected to liberal opinions. If you’re a conservative who hasn’t given up on the show already over those political overtones, it’s likely because you don’t much care, sort of enjoy being offended or just want to know what Rush Limbaugh and “Fox & Friends” will be griping about Monday morning.

But ultimately, ABC just wants the whole thing to be a Capitalist success (The Los Angeles Times reported that ABC has sold out its ad inventory — at healthy price increases from last year — and that media buyers are braced for political speeches being a part of the telecast) and get some better ratings. 🙂

So in the end the anti-capitalists are hoping for a capitalist success.

Nothing says Liberal doublethink better.




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