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Golden Globes remind Americans Hollywood hated Bush & Cheney as much as they hate trumpet

The Golden Globe nominations are in and Hollywood has managed to remind the Middle East that they disgust their political…

The Golden Globe nominations are in and Hollywood has managed to remind the Middle East that they disgust their political views and take every opportunity to earn and feudal Americans choose if they do not mention progressive

By giving most nominations to another open-minded partisan film created by an open-bodied partisan filmmaker about respected Republican characters – this time, former vice president Dick Cheney and former President George W. Bush – Hollywood have also succeeded in undermining their attempts to claim their hate for Trump is special. The truth is, as “Vice” reminds us that Hollywood’s left has deterred all the latest Republican presidents as passionate as they deny Trump.

As the Hollywood Reporter announced triumphant Thursday, “Vice” leads the way to 201

9 Golden Globe Awards nominations with a total of six. “Favorite”, “Green Book” and “A Star Born” are tied to the second most nominated, all serving five.

“Vice” was nominated for: Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy; Best performance of an actor – musical or comedy (Christian Bale like Dick Cheney); Best performance of an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture (Amy Adams like Lynn Cheney); Best performance of an actor in a supporting role in what motion picture (Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush); Best Director – Motion Picture (Adam McKay); and the best manuscript – Motion Picture (Adam McKay).

Here is the trailer, which promises viewers a chance to “discover the incredible true story that changed history forever”:

But while Trailern promises to give us the “incredible true story “about Cheney’s secret deal with Bush to honor his Machiavellian plans and while left-wing stores are busy promising” conversion “by Bale and Rockwell to what we should accept as authentic depictions of the two famous political figures, the most Clearly from the early appearance and the director’s statements, this is another example of conservative conservatives and republicans in Hollywood.

As the Daily Wire Editor Chief Ben Shapiro noted, while Hollywood does its best to pump “Vice”, it’s “Unique”:

It follows W, with Josh Brolin as starring, a box office failure ; Truth, another box office failure Robert Redford on Dan Fare try to take down George W. Bush with a fake letter about his military service; and you’re welcome, America, with starring Will Ferrell, who aired on HBO. None of these films raked in the cash. But it does not stop Adam McKay, producer of HBO’s Succession, from taking on a president who left the office a decade ago.

At the same time, director McKay has made the public know exactly his true motive to make the movie and it is certainly not a kind of respect for the figures he shows.

“I would choose Trump over Bush and Cheney,” told McKay for THR in November. “Donald Trump has no belief system, so I would take the hyena, the random wildlife that runs through the White House over Cheney every day of the week.”

“I was 100 percent Bernie Sanders, but once Sanders did not win, I was,” okay. Let’s all be adults. I now support Hillary Clinton, “McKay told.” And when she drove to Trump, it was the easiest choice you would ever have to make. I was very happy because I have two daughters, and we should have a women president. And I just thought, “It’s amazing!” “

He suffered the same disappointment at elections in 2004, he said. He was sincere for a victory from John Kerry, surrounded by other Hollywood Democrats at David Geffens Malibu’s home “Everyone you can think of was there,” says McKay, including Tom Hanks, Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell. “Once again, we’re like,” Oh, they’ll lose. “There’s no way to You would return these guys to the disaster we just had. I remember [then-New York Times op-ed writer] Frank Rich was on the phone and he’s like, “It’s over.” And within two minutes the whole party had cleared out. “

So no, Hollywood has not just recently developed contempt for conservative and special disgust for the Republican president. They have known for as long as” Vice “reminds us in a good way.

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