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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Freedom Watch on Hollywood

As Expected, The Oscars Became A Night Of Protest Against Donald Trump
By Todd Van Luling, Huffington Post, February 27, 2017
Leading up to the Oscars this year, both liberals and conservatives knew full well that the event would be clouded by the now-perpetual shadow of President Donald Trump.

In January, Meryl Streep's pro-immigration speech became the most memorable moment from the Golden Globes. Later in the year, many Grammys performers and attendees spent that night creating musical moments of resistance. It was clear: The 89th Academy Awards were simply going to get political..........Continue Reading.....

Klayman: Keep It Up Leftist Hollywood - the More You Mock Trump and Conservatives the More Your and the ACLU's Politics Will Lose!
By Lilly Workneh, Huffington Post,  February 27, 2017
History was made at the 2017 Academy Awards on Sunday night with a record number of wins by black stars, and, ultimately by awarding the most diverse group of Oscar winners since the show began in 1929.

History was not only made by the number of collective wins among stars of color but also by shattered records within many of the individual categories, too. Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney won for Best Adapted Screenplay for "Moonlight," which also won for Best Picture, Viola Davis took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal in "Fences" becoming the first black woman to win an Oscar, Tony and Emmy award for acting, Mahershela Ali became the first black muslim actor to win an Oscar when he took home the award for Best Supporting Actor for his stunning role in "Moonlight" and director Ezra Edelman won alongside filmmaker Caroline Waterlow for Best Documentary Feature for "O.J.: Made in America."...........Continue Reading.....

Klayman: Don't Think Politics Did Not Play a Role in La La Land Losing Award for Best Picture! Typical Hollywood!


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