And the Academy Award for most sanctimonious anti-Trump lecture goes to

Political speeches dominated the Oscars on Sunday night with winners lining up to outdo each other as they spoke out against President Donald Trump’s immigration ban.

Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel kicked things off when he fired several shots at Trump during his opening monologue.

But as the night progressed, actors, directors and designers quickly started dedicating their Academy Awards to ‘the immigrants’, spoke out against the Mexican wall and went as far as calling Trump’s immigration policy ‘inhumane’.

  • Editor

    Alessandro Bertolazzi, Gael García Bernal, Asghar Farhadi, Anousheh Ansari, Rich Moore, Barry Jenkins, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, Karlie Kloss and Ruth Negga.

    Who? If I cared any less about what these illustrious unknowns think, you’d have to check me for a pulse.

  • ontario john

    Bizarre display of feminist actresses giving their support, and wearing ribbons celebrating islam. If they really wanted to support islam, shouldn’t they be wearing bags over their heads and staying home pumping out little mohammads.

    • reidjr

      The issue is most in Hollywood don’t understand Islam/Sharia Law even in Canada on the social last week one made the claim Sharia Law is peaceful and is like any other religion.

  • Hard Little Machine

    How many people have seen all the films that were nominated/awarded. I bet it’s 2 weeks worth of income of a mid level comic book movie. In fact I bet Suicide Squad was the biggest earner of all the nominated/awarded movies by far.

  • simus1

    Do these mega users have any awards for most trusted drug dealers and best product of the year?

  • Ed

    And they stretched the 2 minutes of hate over almost 4 hours!

    Typical Union employees!

  • Reader

    I hear all the rich actors whining all the time, but where are the folk songs against Trump?

  • Dana Garcia

    Isn’t it racist to assume brown people cannot manage successful countries?

  • Norman_In_New_York

    From Hollywood’s golden age, the past speaks to the present.