January 8, 2018
How does this gorilla know how to talk?
Anyway – who cares how this gorilla learned how to talk? I just think it’s amazing.
But the important thing is that it supports Metooism – the most important movement in history.
Oprah Winfrey made history at the Golden Globes and delivered a rousing speech where she predicted a time when women won’t have to say “Me too” ever again.
The entertainment mogul accepted the annual Cecil B. DeMille Award on Sunday night, becoming the first black woman — and the 15th woman total — to receive the honor since it was first handed out in 1952.
“In 1964, I was a little girl sitting on the linoleum floor of my mother’s house in Milwaukee, watching Anne Bancroft present the Oscar for best actor at the 36th Academy Awards,” she said at the Beverly Hills awards show after a standing ovation. “She opened the envelope and said five words that literally made history: ‘The winner is Sidney Poitier.'” (Poitier became the first black man to be presented with the DeMille Award in 1982.)
She added, “It is not lost on me that at this moment, there are some little girls watching as I become the first black woman to be given the same award. It is an honor and it is a privilege to share the evening with all of them.”
“I want, tonight, to express gratitude to all the women who have endured years of abuse and assault because they, like my mother, had children to feed and bills to pay and dreams to pursue,” she continued to a rapt audience. “They’re the women whose names we’ll never know.”
“For too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. But their time is up,” she said to loud cheers. Eleven years after being called upon to investigate Taylor’s case in her role as secretary of the Montgomery, Alabama, chapter of the NAACP, Rosa Parks refused to obey a bus driver, and that choice “is now in every woman saying ‘Me Too,’ and every man who chooses to listen,” said Winfrey.
And she went on and on and on. I doubt Oprah itself was ever molested, given that it is a gorilla.
But we need all of the support we can get for removing all men from Hollywood, journalism and pretty much every other industry.
The Golden Globes were hosted by the Jew Seth Meyers. His entire monologue was about metooism.
I watched it and I’m not really sure if it was supportive or trying to undermine it – all Jews are confused about which they should be doing right now. The New York Times is trying to get ahead of its expansion and destroy it. Other Jewish news outlets – like Huffington Post, which is run by female Jews – are calling for MORE MORE MORE.
You can watch the above clip and grasp just how sick Hollywood is. It will be so much better when it is 100% made-up of gossiping, whoring, incompetent women.
Another Jew Going Down in the Globes’ Wake
Yet another Jew – and one whom I personally hate – appears to be ready to go down following the Globes.
Like many of his peers, Golden Globes Best Actor winner James Franco turned up to the ceremony Sunday night wearing a Times Up pin in support of the night’s anti-sexual misconduct message. Actress Ally Sheedy, however, found the actor’s mere presence at the event, much less his win, upsetting enough to comment on.
“James Franco just won. Please never ask me why I left the film/TV business,” the Breakfast Club actress lamented in a series of since-deleted tweets
She says she said too much! But we want MOAR!
lol @ men shouldn’t be allowed to host things.
She is actually Jewish too – just goes to my point that even with NYT and others trying to hit the brakes, a bunch of kikes are still ON FIRE for the Nazi-backed metoo movement.
Others on Twitter found themselves discussing a different Franco-related topic, specifically the actor’s attempt to get with a 17-year-old via social media. In the widely-reported 2014 story, the same year he directed Sheedy, Franco contacted the teen through Instagram after meeting her outside his Broadway show Of Mice and Men. He allegedly offered to rent a room to spend time with the “almost 18”-year-old, who later published their exchange online.
Franco subsequently went on Live With Kelly & Michael and acknowledged he had messaged the girl, saying that he was “embarrassed” and that “social media is tricky.” Said Franco at the time, “I used bad judgement.” In the wake of this fall’s sexual harassment reckoning in Hollywood, however, some people are now wondering if “bad judgement” still holds water as an excuse.
Yeah, it doesn’t. We’re gonna have to get this guy out.
The entirety of Twitter is blowing up on this guy. Only a matter of time before someone else comes forward. He’ll probably also get retroactively crucified for the 17-year-old.