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That shameless catwalk of Hollywood self-worship known as the Academy Awards has come and gone once again.

The egos on parade Sunday night proved beyond any reasonable doubt just how much elitist Hollywood is out of sync with the rest of America.

Don't take our word for it. Oscar winner Viola Davis said it best all decked out in glitter and glory in front of millions of viewers.

You see, Davis is one of those beautiful yet condescendingly arrogant people that believes Hollywood actors "are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life."

It's a wonderful life, Viola, to be sure. Who can ever deny all the perks and privileges that always seem to go with your illustrious profession?

And what is your profession? Imitating life -- not living it.

Ah, Hollywood. Nowhere else on the planet does the cocaine run as freely, the dollars come as easily, and the lives of the actors crash and burn as completely as in Tinsel Town.

To "celebrate" the illusion Hollywood actors can't seem to distinguish fake heroes -- themselves -- from real heroes in the military.

President Donald Trump knows the difference -- whether it's fake news or phony Hollywood soldiers.

While Hollywood was busy preening its feathers at the Oscars on Sunday, Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were in Washington honoring the nation's governors and the military in the State Dining Room.

We can't really blame President Trump for dissing the leftist movers and shakers in La-La-Land that have been ganging up on the president a lot lately.

In the movie Tropic Thunder actor Robert Downey Jr. was cast in the role of a "dude, playing a dude, disguised as another dude." It's the same way in Hollywood, where the guns go bang but nobody ever dies, unless the people in charge of the props screw up.

Trump honors real soldiers living real lives. Hollywood celebrates fake soldiers living fake lives. There's the difference, Viola.

Please share this on Facebook if you think the Academy Awards honor fake lives.

Source:  Independent Journal Review

 

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