This Is A Superstar: Watch DeSantis' Awesome Trashing Of 'Perverted' Hollywood

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 30 March 2022 20:30
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Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis bit back at Hollywood’s elite after celebrities mocked the Sunshine State during Sunday’s Academy Awards.

“Like NYC and DC elites, Hollywood elites love to hate Florida … except when they’re vacationing here and buying homes here!” DeSantis declared in a statement shared with the Washington Examiner.

During Sunday’s Oscars, Hollywood’s biggest stars went after Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act, a piece of legislation that many on the Left have nicknamed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

“Well, we’re gonna have a great night tonight, and for you people in Florida, we’re gonna have a gay night,” Wanda Sykes, a host of the evening’s events, said. “Gay! Gay! Gay!” the crowd chanted in response.

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DeSantis shot back, calling out their apparent hypocrisy. “The lack of self-awareness is hilariously out of touch with Americans. The domestic migration pattern speaks for itself: California lost the most residents in 2021, and Florida gained the most residents in the same time frame.”

“It’s a good thing Californians cannot vote in Florida elections, and it’s a great thing that ignorant, cringey Hollywood celebrities cannot veto bills passed by our legitimately elected state legislature.”

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The Oscars returned with a host for the first time in three years, or in this case, three hosts: Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes, and Regina Hall. The women made history when they took the stage at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Sunday night, as it’s the first time three women have hosted the glitzy event. “The Academy hired three women to host — because it’s cheaper than hiring one man,” joked Schumer at the top of their opening monologue.

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The Oscars airs on ABC, owned by the Walt Disney Company. Disney has been at the center of a public firestorm for its statements — or lack thereof — about the bill, which bars educators from discussing or offering any instruction on gender or LGBTQ topics to students until the fourth grade. Employees have staged walkouts to protest the company’s “funding hate.” The majority of the star-studded attendees at the Oscars applauded, and the camera panned to the likes of Denzel Washington, Nicole Kidman, and Steven Spielberg, who were seen clapping.

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Yet another political swipe taken during the opening monologue saw Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell got a not-so-sweet shoutout. “You know, this year we saw a frightening display of how toxic masculinity turns into cruelty toward women and children,” declared Hall. “Damn that Mitch McConnell,” chimed in Sykes.

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“You know, I was actually talking about Power of the Dog,” quipped Hall. McConnell is in good company ... with the Golden Globes. Hall, Schumer, and Sykes dissed the awards show, which didn’t air this year amid controversy. “This is kind of sad. You know what’s in the in memoriam package this year? The Golden Globes" joked Schumer. (Bradley Cooper seemed to enjoy that one.) “They didn't have any Black people. They didn’t have any Black members.”

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