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A black actor can no longer 'win' an Oscar

Black activists and their white enablers have just seen to it that no black actor, at least for the foreseeable future, can ever win a meaningful Oscar.

After the utterly cringe-worthy, four-hour, liberal self-flagellation spectacle on Sunday night, our Hollywood friends will not cast an innocent Oscar ballot for years to come.

They have effectively rendered themselves the cinematic equivalent of college admissions officers, routinely choosing black and Hispanic candidates over more qualified white and Asian ones, then attributing the decision to a thousand reasons other than the obvious.

As in university admissions, it is the deserving minority Oscar candidates who will suffer most. Just as in the past, they will wait anxiously to see if they are among the nominated, but in 2017, when that call comes, they will undoubtedly ask themselves, “OK, why did they pick me?”

At the 2017 Oscars, they and the several other minority candidates nominated – there are bound to be a bunch or God help us all – will be patronized much as Hattie McDaniel was at the 1939 Oscars.

George Clooney gave us a taste of just how patronizing Hollywood could be at the 2006 Oscars. “We’re the ones who talked about AIDS when it was just being whispered, ” said Clooney, “and we talked about civil rights when it wasn’t really popular. This Academy, this group of people, gave Hattie McDaniel an Oscar in 1939 when blacks were still sitting in the backs of theaters.”

To be sure, the speech did not impress everyone. In a “South Park” episode nicely titled “Smug Alert, ” the creators ran his Oscar speech unaltered.

Even black director Spike Lee, an active participant in Sunday’s whine festival, made sense in his attack on Clooney. He noted that Hattie McDaniel played the archetypal “Mammy” in a movie that championed the Southern cause in the Civil War. Said Lee, “To use that as an example of how progressive Hollywood is ridiculous.”

But Hollywood has a way of being ridiculous. This year they gave a standing ovation to the creators of the Oscar winning film “Spotlight, ” a movie that exposed child abuse in the Catholic Church.

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