Oprah for President and other Ridiculous Hollyweird Backfires
The queen of fake news? Oprah Winfrey. Have you seen the cover of ANY of her magazines? If you think that’s what Oprah looks like, then you watch CNN.
Anyway, Winfrey gave the worst speech ever at the 2018 Golden Globes. Of course Hollyweird pretended to love it. That’s the job of Leftists, pretend, as in act like you care about issues.
Divisive in every way, Oprah pointed the finger of blame at everything except what truly deserved the blame: Leftism.
For all intents, Oprah pulled a Meryl Streep, and “acted” that speech.
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First, she thanked FOUR MEN who made her career.
She thanked Dennis Swanson, a white man who helped get the job at AM Chicago. Because she was spotted on the show by Quincy Jones, she thanked him. Jones recommended her for her amazing role in The Color Purple. That job was given to her by Steven Spielberg.
Finally, Winfrey thanked her long time beau, Stedman: a man she doesn’t marry, because he might get HALF!
The only woman mentioned was her best friend Gayle, who had absolutely nothing to do with her career. And if not for Oprah, Gayle would have no career.
Next, Winfrey took a cheap shot at President Trump by fighting on behalf of the crooked, fake news media. Holy Mother of Rosa Parks, the irony. A black woman stands up for the media industrial complex owned by the richest white men on the planet.
Finally, Oprah attacked men, Leftists men, by pretending to fight for all women. Yet, who are the enablers of the sexual predators and bullies in Hollywood? Oprah and the feminists like her.
No where in that speech did she attack her buddy Harvey Weinstein and others like him.
Yet, as the LA Times reported,
Oprah Winfrey for president was something of a running theme throughout the Golden Globes on Sunday, beginning with Seth Meyers’ opening monologue. He jokingly forbade Winfrey from considering the presidency.
But the trend picked up steam as the night unfolded, particularly after Winfrey’s impassioned acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
It didn’t take long for social media, and celebs in particular, to rally Winfrey for the job, including inside the ceremony.
“It’s up to the people,” Winfrey’s longtime partner, Stedman Graham, told The Times. “She would absolutely do it.”
Gayle King, Winfrey’s best buddy, echoed Graham’s sentiments: “I thought that speech was incredible. I got goosebumps,” she also told The Times.
Eva Longoria and Keith Urban shared a table at the ceremony and gushed over Winfrey’s remarks.
“That speech!” Longoria said.
“It was more of an exultation,” Urban replied.
Alan F. Horn, chairman of the Walt Disney Studios, was equally impressed.
“She knows how to deliver it too,” Horn remarked. “She’s really emotional.”
NBC tweeted the following about Oprah for President:
The tweet, which has since been deleted.
But the tweet was posted moments after the Hollywood event’s host anti-Trump Seth Meyers quipped that his comedic routine during the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner may have pushed Donald Trump to run for president.
“In 2011, I told some jokes about our current president at the White House Correspondents Dinner. Jokes about how he was unqualified to be president. Some have said that night convinced him to run,” Meyers said.
“So if that’s true, I just want to say: Oprah, you will never be president! You do not have what it takes!”
Remember when Democrats ridiculed the idea of a billionaire from TV daring to be president?
In response to NBC’s Twitter faux pas, users responded, ridiculing the network.
Many of the responses pointed to the hypocrisy of Winfrey, seen below kissing Harvey Weinstein:
— Mike (@Fuctupmind) January 8, 2018
And what of Oprah’s overly protective nature in this picture.
I joked that Weinstein looks like he’s making an offer for this young chick.
This one is more telling. pic.twitter.com/AEbgarQ7kA
— Steve-O (@steverabi5) January 8, 2018
Why not just have Bill Clinton run again?
Or better yet, Weinstein!