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Trump Goes After Hollywood at Rally, Dems Fumble the Response


Once again, President Trump hosted a packed-out rally, marshalling his support for his 2020 re-election. During the night, he blasted his Democratic rivals, exposing their weak plans for the United States. In addition to his usual remarks, the president went after Hollywood, the Oscars, and even one obnoxious actor.

President Trump is riding high since his victories against the Democratic Party. Oh, they tried to take him down, but as the old saying goes, “If you shoot at the king, you best not miss.” The Democrats took their best shot at Trump with their half-cooked, rushed impeachment. But it failed miserably—both in the Senate and the court of public opinion.

Now they’re left trying to save the 2020 Election, with a collection of candidates with nothing going for them. This week, they debated in Las Vegas, biting and attacking each other like rabid dogs. A day later, Trump was in a packed-out venue in Colorado, calling out the Democrats’ love of failure.

“Crazy Bernie” Sanders and Democrats, Trump said, would “demolish” the economy of Colorado and other key states with their environmentalist policies that would undermine America’s energy independence.

Trump joked that, by Democrats’ standards, President Obama should have been impeached for falsely and repeatedly claiming that his health care plan would ensure that people could keep their private doctors in all cases. [Source: Fox News]

In a unique move, the president commented on the current state of Hollywood. It’s no secret that the industry’s seen better days. Even blockbuster franchises are failing. And the kinds of movies they’re nominating for awards aren’t lighting up the box office. President Trump slammed them for awarding the Oscar for Best Picture to dreary foreign film Parasite.

“By the way, how bad were the Academy Awards this year? ‘And the winner is a movie from South Korea,'” Trump said. “What the hell was that all about? We’ve got enough problems with South Korea with trade. On top of that, they give them the best movie of the year? Was it good? I don’t know. I’m looking for like, let’s get ‘Gone with the Wind.’ Can we get ‘Gone with the Wind’ back, please? ‘Sunset Boulevard’? So many good movies.” [Source: Fox News]

The film’s distribution tried to hit back with a weak, “Understandable, he can’t read.” Uh, you’re going to have to do better than that, NEON.

Trump also called out Brad Pitt over his wimpy Oscar speech, where the actor tried to make a joke about the Senate impeachment trial. Pitt opened with a line about John Bolton (who ultimately wasn’t called up to testify). The joke was canned, unoriginal, and clearly prewritten by some bad writer out of fresh material. Trump called Pitt a “little wise guy,” saying he was never a big fan.

The president rounded out his speech by making promises for his upcoming term. While the Democrats are promising socialism and an increase in taxes and regulation, Trump is promising more economy prosperity and soaring to new heights.

“We are in the midst of the great American comeback,” he said. “That’s what we’re doing. Our country is stronger today than ever before! .. We will land the first woman on the Moon and become the first nation in the world to plant our flag on Mars!” [Source: Fox News]

All the left can offer, in opposition to Trump, are petty insults and bad ideas. Democrats have always been all talk, no action. They make big promises to win over gullible voters. But when they enter office, it’s the same pathetic business as usual.

Already in his first term, Trump has made good on his word. We’ve seen the tremendous impact of his administration since day one. It can only get better, especially if we give him a Congress that supports his vision.

The Democrats? They might as well just sit this one out.

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