And the Affirmative Action Oscar Goes To…
Hollywood liberals, who embrace every “social justice” movement under the sun, got hit with a dose of its own medicine Sunday night as the motion picture everyone KNEW was going to be this year’s Academy Award winner, La La Land, instead was beaten out for the honor by the best BLACK motion picture, Moonlight.
In fact, it was SO OBVIOUS that La La Land should’ve been the winner that aging Hollywood liberal actors Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway actually announced that La La Land WAS the winner – only to have the mistake corrected in the middle of the La La Land gang’s acceptance speech!
Moonlight’s “win” comes a year after several high-profile black actors and their insufferable band of eternally offended social justice agitators boycotted Hollywood’s annual event last year due to the supposed lack of a sufficiently high quota number of black nominees.
In addition to Moonlight winning the Best Affirmative Action Motion Picture Award, black actor Mahershala Ali won the Best Affirmative Action Supporting Actor Award for Moonlight and black actress Viola Davis won the Best Affirmative Action Supporting Actress Award for Fences.
Liberal whities Casey Affleck and Emma Stone still won the top honors for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. I’m sure their guilt over white privilege will result in them giving their awards to less-deserving minorities sometime later this week.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs
P.S. So a high school girl in Texas – juiced up on testosterone as she “transgenders” into a high school boy – won the state wrestling title this weekend by body-slamming a high school girl who was not juiced up on testosterone in the tournament’s final match.
You go, girl…er, boy…er, whatever. Sigh.
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Democrats’ Frightening Legislative Agenda a Nightmare for Nevada’s Businesses
(Brent Jones | REAL Chamber of Commerce) – If you’re a business owner in Nevada, grab your checkbook and hold on tight.
Assemblyman William McCurdy II (D-Las Vegas) has introduced Assembly Bill 175, which would more than double Nevada’s current minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $15 per hour for employers that don’t provide health insurance benefits for their employees.
“Raising Nevada’s minimum wage is an important step towards bridging the widening gap between income and opportunity inequality,” McCurdy declared in a statement. “Local businesses, our state’s economy and, most importantly, everyday Nevadans will benefit from a pay raise.”
Spoken like a true community organizer who’s never signed the front of a paycheck…
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FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“Best Picture was Fake News!” – Andy Abboud tweet
“I fear a La La Landslide.” – Nevada fake news blogger Jon Ralston just before tweeting “Sometimes I hate being right” just before finding out he was, as is so often the case, dead wrong
“According to Deadline, the three-hour, 49 minute Oscar broadcast on ABC averaged a 22.4/36 in metered-market results, in the ‘early’ numbers, marking a nine-year-low for the show. The Hollywood Reporter notes that figure is down around four percent from last year’s telecast, which drew a 23.4 rating in the early numbers. Last year’s broadcast ultimately drew 34.4 million viewers, enough to make it the third least-watched Oscars ever, so the lower initial numbers could mean this year’s broadcast drew even less total viewers.”- Breitbart.com, 2/27/17