Did you catch the woke Oscars?
If you did I’m glad you were able to survive watching the political propaganda that was being displayed by the Hollywood elites.
The event started off with the first presenter Regina King giving a long-winded excuse on why they weren’t all wearing masks.
She went on to say “we’re doing it maskless,” King went on to say “well, think of this as a movie set, an Oscars movie with a cast of over 200 nominees”.
Celebs have been pushing masks since day one and now all of a sudden they want us to pretend they are on a movie set.
Give us a break!
Police were also bashed at the event and director Travon Free was quoted saying “today the police will kill three people and tomorrow the police will kill three people, and the day after that the police will kill three people”.
Many people believe the rating for the 2021 Oscars might be the lowest in years.
Attacking the police now at the Oscars? This is why people don’t watch anymore. pic.twitter.com/0rKy1Uvp4F
— 🇺🇸Maggie VandenBerghe🇺🇸 (@FogCityMidge) April 26, 2021
Oscar-winner Travon Free's suit makes powerful statement about police brutalityhttps://t.co/IUo6NP2nZ7
— PinkNews (@PinkNews) April 26, 2021
Fox News didn’t stay behind and covered the story:
The 93rd Academy Awards began on April 25 with its first presenter of the night, actress Regina King, declaring the film industry’s biggest night is maintaining its producers’ promise: to provide an intimate ceremony with “maskless” guests amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Oh, live TV here we go, welcome to the 93rd Oscars. Oh, Jesus, I made it,” King said.
Noting that it’s “been quite a year” for presenters, nominees, performers, and the rest of the world as we are “still smack dab in the middle of it,” the 93rd Academy Awards is a night “to celebrate,” she said.
“And yes, we’re doing it maskless,” King declared. “Well, think of this as a movie set, an Oscars movie with a cast of over 200 nominees. People have been vaxxed, tested, retested, social distanced and we are following all of the rigorous protocols that got us back to work safely. So, just like as a movie set masks off and when we’re not rolling, masks on. Ok, that’s how we do it.”
Travon Free, one of the directors of “Two Distant Strangers,” discussed police brutality in his acceptance speech for the film’s win for best live-action short film.
“Today the police will kill three people and tomorrow the police will kill three people, and the day after that the police will kill three people because on average the police in America every day kill three people,” Free said, joined by co-director Desmond Roe.
Regina King says everyone at the Oscars has been tested and retested… they socially distanced… and have even been vaccinated. Yet when the cameras are off, they have to put masks on. Why? They're all COVID-free, right? So why the masks if no one there has COVID? pic.twitter.com/GDNyMwiptH
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) April 26, 2021
Breitbart News got the scoop too:
Attendees at the primary venue of this year’s Academy Awards ceremony won’t be required to wear masks when the cameras are rolling but will have to mask up during commercial breaks, according to reports.
Sunday’s 93rd annual Academy Awards on ABC will take place primarily at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, with some aspects of the evening unfolding at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and at remote locations around the world.
Attendees at Union Station won’t have to wear face masks while they are seated in the main show room and on camera. But masks will have to go on during commercial breaks and when guests move into one of two adjacent courtyards, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
While the Academy didn’t offer an official explanation for its mask policy, the Reporter noted that under current Hollywood production guidelines, masks are not required for people on camera.
The mask policy was reportedly unveiled Monday during a virtual meeting with publicists and nominees. It remains unclear if masks will be required for attendees at the Dolby or remote locations. The move comes amid President Joe Biden’s public and persistent appeal that Americans wear masks “until everyone is in fact vaccinated” — which is a modified request of his original plea of 100 days.