they must mobilize to defeat President Trump in 2020.
However, that wasn’t all. He also reportedly tried to storm off when his picture didn’t win, and claimed racism in Hollywood.
While accepting his award for Best Adapted Screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman,” Lee said Americans must “all mobilize” for the 2020 presidential election to “all be on the right side of history.”
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 25, 2019
Hmmm… actually Mr. Lee, it was republicans who led the country for the removal of slavery, and democrats were the literal Klansmen. The facts in the movie don’t reflect the truth.
“The 2020 presidential election is around the corner,” Lee said. “Let’s all mobilize, let’s all be on the right side of history. Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing. You know I had to get that in there.”
Love versus hate… like the countless assaults that happen daily against conservative Trump supporters? Maybe the ‘love’ Jussie Smollett showed when he tried to stage a hate crime that would implicate Trump supporters?
Lee accepted his first Oscar after trashing the Academy Awards, claiming black Americans only win Oscars once a decade and that black Americans.
“Gatekeepers decide what films they’re making and what films they’re not making and if we’re not in the room we don’t got a voice,” Lee said. “If we’re not in the room it can be a drought, a feast to famine.”
After “Green Book” was announced the winner, Lee walked toward the back of the auditorium, according to a reporter for Deadline.
“He eventually got back to his seat and got into what appeared to be an intense conversation with the writer Jordan Peele. The report said that Lee turned his back to the stage during the speech.”
“I’m snakebitten,” Lee said while backstage. “I mean, every time somebody is driving somebody, I lose. But, they changed the seating arrangement. But, in ’89 I didn’t get nominated, so this one we did.”
Lee later claimed he had six glasses of champagne and said it didn’t mean anything when he and other refused to clap.
“Wait a minute, what reaction did you see? What did I do? No, I thought it was courtside at the Garden and the ref made a bad call. Courtside! The world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden. Knicks coming back next year.”
Lee, whose film included craftily edited footage of President Trump after the Antifa attacks in Charlottesville, seemed to deliberately ignore actual history and carefully prevent any references to democrat party affiliation.