The night I La-La-Laughed until I cried as Hollywood proved it wouldn’t recognize The Truth if it was hand-delivered in a red envelope

Monday, February 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

27 February 2017



Nope, not sorry.


Let’s be honest, the greatest Oscars fiasco in history couldn’t have happened to a bunch of smugger, more deserving people.
All night, the theme of the Academy Awards had been one of truth.

The New York Times, America’s most self-satisfied, snobbish and unrelentingly Trump-bashing media entity led the way with a $2.5 million TV ad celebrating the very word itself.

‘The truth is hard,’ it began. ‘The truth is alternative facts are lies.’

It then listed a series of things it inferred President Trump has lied about, from Russian ties and his travel ban to climate change, before ending with this comically pompous piece of cynically commercial propaganda:

(Note: the Times is making tens of millions of dollars from its astonishingly partisan anti-Trump coverage – preaching, very lucratively, to an ever-expanding choir of subscribers desperate to gorge on its daily diet of deplorable Donald disasters.)
‘The truth is hard.

The truth is hard to find.

The truth is hard to know.

The truth is now more important than ever.’

It was a theme that thrilled the audience, packed mainly with equally elitist, snobbish, Hillary-loving celebrity actors.

And as the legendary Warren Beatty strode on stage with Faye Dunaway to present the final award for Best Picture, it was a theme he gleefully seized on to round off the night:

The Rest…HERE

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