Hollywood liberals think borders and walls are a terrible thing. Unless those walls are protecting them, of course.
Sunday night at the Oscars, there were all kinds of barriers and fences to keep out the people who weren’t supposed to be there. Why is it so different when they do it?
WALLS AND FENCES ARE BAD… EXCEPT IF YOU’RE A HOLLYWOOD ELITIST ATTENDING THE OSCARS
Vacuous celebrities stood and applauded a Mexican, Latin-American director who was chosen to present an Oscar, a political jibe at the President’s intentions to strengthen border security. All the while they were safely separated from the unwashed masses by a complex ‘maze’ of security walls and fences.
Gael Garcia Bernal presented the award for Best Animated Feature Film, And used the opportunity to slam President Trump.
“As a Mexican, as a Latin-American, as a migrant worker, as a human being, I’m against any form of wall that separates us,” he stated.
— ABC News (@ABC) February 27, 2017
The Hollywood elite lapped it up, applauding and whooping, because walls and fences are baaaaad. Except of course when you don’t want to be bothered by the troublesome general public. Then, they are totally appropriate.
— Lynette Rice (@Lynetterice) February 26, 2017
— The Kumachan (@thekumachan) February 27, 2017
Maybe these elitists should stop looking down their noses at the average Americans who want border security. Either that, or stop hiding behind walls and fences.