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Hollywood Erects Giant Barrier to Protect Anti-Border Wall Celebrities at Oscars

'Open borders' elites protected by border wall-like barrier during Academy Awards

 on 26th April 2021 @ 1.00pm
giant barriers were erected to protect celebrities by keeping the public out © press
Giant barriers were erected to protect celebrities by keeping the public out

Hollywood hypocrisy was on full display during this year's Oscars as a huge security barrier was erected around the venue to protect the anti-border wall celebrities who attended the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony.

For Tinsel Town's biggest night of the year, ten-foot security fences were erected around Union Station in Los Angeles, California, where the event was hosted.

The barrier sought to keep "open borders" celebrities safe by shutting the public out during Sunday’s awards.

The perimeter around Union Station is cordoned off by border wall-like security fences and the entrances to the building are blocked by similar structures.

Signs posted to the fences bear a stark warning to any proletariat who may dare try to catch a glimpse of a celebrity:

"This property is closed to the public. No entry without permission.”

a large barrier was erected to protect anti border wall celebrities from the public © press
A large barrier was erected to protect anti-border wall celebrities from the public

The security fence runs completely counter to the anti-border wall mantras which flood out of Hollywood, according to Breitbart.

From the hedging in of Trump’s Hollywood Star with an artistic rendition of a border wall during the 2016 presidential campaign to the 28 celebrities who came out against a border wall during the same campaign season.

Business Insider listed the celebrities as George Clooney, Matt Damon, Johnny Depp, Lady GaGa, John Oliver, J.K. Rowling, America Ferrera, Russell Simmons, Bette Midler, Jennifer Lawrence, Miley Cyrus, and others.

It was Academy Award-winning director Barry Jenkins who in 2019 said “No walls. No borders. F**k him.”

Th remark was in reference to President Donald Trump during a rant in front of a star-studded crowd at the annual National Board of Review Awards.

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The hypocrisy seen in the contrast between Hollywood’s anti-border wall posturing and the erection of a security fence around the Academy Awards is similar to the contrast between Hollywood’s anti-Second Amendment rhetoric and the use of good guys with guns to keep celebrities safe.

the border wall like barrier was erected to keep joe public away from the precious celebrities inside © press
The border wall-like barrier was erected to keep Joe Public away from the precious celebrities inside

For example, on February 24, 2019, Breitbart reported that law enforcement sources indicating that pro-gun control Hollywood Academy Awards attendees would enjoy security “similar to when a U.S. president visits” Los Angeles.

The Hollywood Reporter noted that “a huge chunk of the [Los Angeles Police Department’s] 10,072 sworn officers [would] be on hand” for the event.

Moreover, they spoke to an officer who indicated the 2019 Academy Awards would be a “mid-to-max deployment day” involving protocols similar to those used when presidents visit.

On March 4, 2018, Breitbart also reported LAPD’s deployment of “500 officers to wrap the Dolby Theatre in multiple barriers of armed security for the [2018 Awards].”

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