Elisabeth Hasselbeck told Fox and Friends' Hollywood-hating crowd that the "Lefties went full throttle when they gave their voice" at the Oscars last night. From Neil Patrick Harris' best and whitest, I mean brightest joke; to Iñárritu's plea for the equal treatment of people of Mexican descent and Patricia Arquette's call for equal pay for women, we all knew the shit-storm of outrage was on the Fox News horizon.
Every Monday, 'The Donald' calls in, and airs his gripes on the latest goings-on in Hollywood and Washington or defends his latest bankruptcy while bashing President Obama. The man who is not known for his understated elegance, to say the least, had a problem with the set design of the Oscars. For those of you who have seen a Trump property, you probably think that one of the tackiest decorators of all time should not comment on matters of decor.
The "Friends" played highlights of the Mexican Director of Birdman who joked that maybe the government should impose rules on Mexicans winning Oscars. So Donald said,
"It was a great night for Mexico, as usual...this guy (Iñárritu) kept getting up and up and up. I said ya know, what's he doing? He's walking away with all the gold. "
How can Trump possibly miss the opportunity to insinuate that Mexicans steal gold? It's too tempting to resist.
Next, Trump and his Fox Friends' shared mission to bash the Academy for shunning American Sniper began. Mensa member, Brian Kilmeade, began his tirade with,
"I think it's almost a hex if you make a lot of money at the box office, somehow I think the movie insiders think there's something wrong because it's commercial."
Trump said he knew the movie wouldn't do well from the outset, as he knows Hollywood isn't "exactly on the Conservative or Republican side."
Finally, they discussed Giuliani's disdainful comments towards the president. Trump was surprised several Republicans, like Mike Pence, backed down on the issue of the president's patriotism. Naturally, they had to address the Christian-ness of the president. So of course, they mentioned the very pious Scott Walker, who 'was in my office last week... I've backed him in the past.' The Monday Morning Nausea mercifully ended after they ascertained that Trump will be pondering, very carefully, who he'd back for the GOP Presidential Nominee. Thank goodness, because here's a man whose judgments have been so spot on in the past.
War profiteers and criminals are sought to comment on matters of foreign policy at Fox News. So of course, this putz, who has filed multiple bankruptcies, shares his thoughts on matters of finance and popular culture, like he's some sort of guru. This frightful egomaniac has been given so many chances to redeem himself, yet he keeps slipping. Meanwhile, President Obama has presided over the best job growth and prosperity in a decade and he is bashed mercilessly day in and day out.