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WHOA! Sick Secret Message To TRUMP Hidden On Every Oscar Statue Just Revealed!

The 90th annual Academy Awards show was last night, hosted by famous Trump-hater Jimmy Kimmel who led the crowd in a roast-fest of our president, considering that’s all he knows how to do and thinks he’s funny for it. The entire night took on a completely different meaning than what the event has historically been about and now the gold-plated award that’s been unchanged for decades has been altered to reflect it.

It is no surprise that drama once again took center stage last night and stole the spotlight from those who really deserve it. Now, the most recent Oscar award recipients will be reminded of one thing every time they look at that statue which they may have put on prominent display in their home, but will probably think twice about it. Hollywood basically defaced this award, which may not be important to the rest of us who feel that getting a trophy for something they’re paid millions to do is rather ridiculous. However, it’s the sick hidden message it now has that’s really disgusting.

One thing that Hollywood really needs to remember and get a grasp on, is they can’t promote huge sexually submissive/rape culture kinds of movies while endlessly pushing the #MeToo movement. They need to pick a message and stick to it, whatever that is, rather than continually contradicting themselves while chastising conservatives for what they’re directly responsible for.

Daily Wire reported, So now it’s official: After 89 years of the Academy Awards — which doles out gold statuettes of a buff dude holding a sword — the Oscars is now penis free. After a tumultuous year in which movie moguls and actors and entertainers of all stripes — provided they were men, of course — were tarred and feathered and ridden out of Hollywood on a rail, the host of the 90th Oscars pointed to a massive Oscar statuette on the stage and said he was Hollywood’s perfect leading man.

“Oscar is the most beloved and respected man in Hollywood, and there’s a very good reason why. Just look at him. Keeps his hands where you can see them, never says a rude word, and, most importantly, no penis at all. He is literally a statue of limitations,” Jimmy Kimmel said.

“And that’s the kind of men we need more of in this town,” he added.

For Kimmel, the late-night soapbox preacher, men, and malehood was the target throughout the glitzy night, when the Hollywood elite gather to praise themselves. “Here’s how clueless Hollywood is about women: We made a movie called ‘What Women Want’ and it starred Mel Gibson,” Kimmel said.

There were other male-bashing jokes, including one after a director won for his movie “The Shape of Water,” in which a mute woman saves an aquatic monster.

“Congratulations Guillermo del Toro. You made a beautiful movie and thanks to Guillermo we will always remember this year as the year men screwed up so badly, women started dating fish,” Kimmel said.

Although Kimmel pledged that this year’s Oscars would eschew politics, it didn’t of course. He joked about a pedophiliac gay movie in which an older man seduces an underage teen: “We don’t make films like ‘Call Me by Your Name’ for money. We make them to upset Mike Pence.”

And Kimmel ended the night with this: “I really hope Frances McDormand wins an Emmy for the speech she gave at the Oscars,” he said. “I wish I was a woman, I really do.”

We know you do, Jimmy.

Furthermore, the powerful perverts in Hollywood aren’t going to be punished for the years of abuse, so it’s only an insult to injury to make the whole night about them, even if in a joking manner, rather than the career accomplishments of those there who may have suffered under the sexual abuse culture in Tinseltown. Did you watch the Oscars? What did you think of the awards show this year?

 

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