Last night, the Hollywood Elite found out what their fellow Far Left Democrats in Congress already know: TRUMP FIGHTS BACK.
FoxNews.com reports that
President Trump continued his four-state trip out west Thursday evening with a wild rally in Colorado Springs, Colo., as he openly celebrated Democrats’ intra-party squabbling at the Las Vegas presidential primary debate — and took an unexpected shot at the movie “Parasite,” prompting a scathing response from its U.S.-based distributor.
In the wide-ranging event that resembled a casual conversation at points, Trump also assessed that “Mini Mike” Bloomberg “didn’t do well last night” and declared Amy Klobuchar’s presidential campaign dead because she dejectedly asked Pete Buttigieg at the debate if he was calling her “dumb.”
Trump again called Buttigieg “Alfred E. Neuman,” after the scrawny fictional character, and advised Klobuchar, “You don’t say that even if it’s true!”
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White took the stage briefly at the outset of the rally, saying he wasn’t a “very political person” before adding that he’s known Trump for more than 20 years — and that Trump has remained a “loyal” and “good friend” even after becoming president.
Trump then went on to tout his surging poll numbers and mocked the Oscars at length, saying he couldn’t believe a foreign film like “Parasite” won Best Picture.
“By the way, how bad were the Academy Awards this year? ‘And the winner is a movie from South Korea,'” Trump said. “What the hell was that all about? We’ve got enough problems with South Korea with trade. On top of that, they give them the best movie of the year? Was it good? I don’t know. I’m looking for like, let’s get ‘Gone with the Wind.’ Can we get ‘Gone with the Wind’ back, please? ‘Sunset Boulevard’? So many good movies.” (Trump has reportedly previously expressed affinity for Jean-Claude Van Damme action films.)
He continued: “‘The winner is from South Korea.’ I thought it was best foreign film. Best foreign movie. No — did this ever happen before? And then you have Brad Pitt. I was never a big fan of his. He got up and gave a little wise guy statement.”
The Democratic National Commitee quickly tweeted as Trump spoke: “Parasite is a foreign movie about how oblivious the ultra-rich are about the struggles of the working class, and it requires two hours of reading subtitles. Of course Trump hates it.”
The U.S. distribution company for “Parasite,” NEON, retorted with its own nod to the film’s subtitles: “Understandable, he can’t read.”
That’s how he became a billionaire and the first non-politician to become President of the United States of America since Eisenhower.
I am glad that he took a shot at Brad Pitt and his fellow Hollyweird Liberals.
Just like the Far Left Democrats in the Beltway, Hollywood has become so far detached from average Americans living here in Realityville between the coasts, that except when they accidently got it right and started producing the Marvel Superhero Movies, they have basically been producing movies which they would like to see.
I agree with the President.
Why in the world was a movie from South Korea given the Best Picture of the Year when there are still good movies being made in America?
And, while I am at it, is it just me, of have you noticed that the Hollywood Elite are completely ignoring the movies with Christian Themes, several of which are thought-provoking, compelling, and entertaining.
Of course, I know why.
Hollywood Liberals are “much too smart” to honor the Faith of the overwhelming majority of average Americans.
I am quite positive that they, like their hero Karl Marx, believe that it is “the opiate of the masses”.
Which is why those actors and actresses who do not embrace the status quo in Hollywood find it more difficult to find work.
The exception right now is Dennis Quaid, who did an excellent job playing the father in the movie about the story behind the Contemporary Christian hit which crossed over into the Top 40 Pop Chart, “I Can Only Imagine”.
The Hollywood Liberals love us “hayseeds” here in Realityville when we actually go to movies that they produce that WE like because it makes them a ton of money.
Perhaps the “dancing monkeys” in Tinseltown should wise up and produce movies for the American Public instead of for themselves…
and “SHUT UP AND DANCE”.
Until He Comes,