Oscars Disaster: A Liberal Ploy?

Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty—known Democrat sympathizers—awarded the Oscar for Best Picture Sunday evening to ‘La La Land’ instead of the rightful victor, ‘Moonlight.’

It wasn’t until three minutes into their acceptance speech that ‘La La Land’ producer Jordan Horowitz announced that they had not won and that ‘Moonlight’ had actually won best picture.

Political analyst and film enthusiast Robert Campbell said, “The liberal media seem to have done a pretty good job covering this debacle up.  They seem to have PhotoShopped a different title onto the envelope—’Actress in a Leading Role’ instead of ‘Best Picture’—to cover up Beatty and Dunaway’s tracks.”

Unfortunately, the liberal scheme relied on the dishonesty of a hardworking, decent American.  Thank you, Mr. Horowitz, for blinding these liberal buffoons with your honesty.

The real question is why anyone would have believed that ‘La La Land’ could have won.  Film critic Mark Bowen says “Jazz is for pussies and communists.”

Said Emma Stone—winner of the award for ‘Actress in a Leading Role’ for her performance in ‘La La Land’—”I knew we didn’t deserve to win, so it really did seem suspicious when our name was called.  It seemed pretty clear to me that the Democrats were behind it.”

Though the Democrats’ motive for orchestrating this mix-up remains unclear, retired legal expert and current part-time door-to-door cat food salesman Jim Leonard says that “It’s probably an attempt to cover up another Carter scandal.”  When reminded that Carter hasn’t been in office for 36 years, Leonard said “Or Clinton, whatever.”

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