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Hollywood GOT OBLITERATED and People Are Noticing

Friday, March 3, 2017 9:18
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(Before It's News) Hollywood GOT OBLITERATED and People Are Noticing In case you’re wondering who has more clout, La La Land or President Trump, you now have your answer.

The Donald Trump Show! President Trump’s speech obliterated the Oscars…by MILLIONS. Daily President Trump proves that Leftists really do live in La La Land.

Trump with OscarAccording to Twitchy, the Oscars ratings were at their lowest since 2009, the Year of Their Lord: Barack Obama.

High drama can’t save the Oscars from its lowest ratings since 2008.

Sunday night’s telecast of the Academy Awards averaged 32.9 million viewers, down 4.4% from last year, making it the least-watched Oscars ceremony since 2008.

Was it a lack of interest in the movies nominated this year? Or worse for Hollyweirdos and other Leftist, Americans have tired of being lectured on politics by hypocrites.

Either way, Oscars ratings plummeted by nearly two million viewers from just last year.

In other news, President Trump gave a speech, actually more like a lecture or perhaps even a treatise to Congress. His numbers are in. According to the Wall Street Journal:

The Academy Awards: 32.9 million
President Trump’s speech: 43.4 million


Nearly 11 million more people tuned in to listen to Trump than they did to Meryl Streep.

The Wall Street Journal continues,

The high drama of a botched revelation of the best picture award wasn’t enough to save the Oscars from the continuing decline in awards show ratings.

About 32.9 million viewers tuned in to the Academy Awards on ABC on Sunday night, down 4.4% from 34.4 million last year, according to preliminary Nielsen data released by the Walt Disney Co.-owned network. The show, which was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, was the least-watched Oscars ceremony since 2008, when “No Country for Old Men” won best picture and 32 million viewers tuned in.

The 89th Academy Awards ran for more than 3 ½ hours but will likely be remembered for its chaotic final moments. The award for best picture was mistakenly given to “La La Land,” whose producer Jason Horowitz was well into his thank-you speech before being told that the award actually belonged to “Moonlight.”

In other words, even the Oscars delivered its own version of “fake news,” in a Steve Harvey moment.

Perhaps the bitter irony is that La La Land didn’t win the Oscar. La La Land defines the delusion of both Hollyweird and other Leftists who believe they are still relevant.


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