After His Oscar Win, SPIKE LEE Issued Sick Threat To President Trump! (VIDEO)
Spike Lee is a very puzzling person in a number of ways.
He seems like the type of person that will pat someone on the back until it benefits him to pat someone else on the back. Then he will spend the rest of his days talking about how horrible the last person was.
It’s what he did with Donald Trump. For decades he had absolutely no problem with Donald Trump and you would often see them pictured together at any number of gatherings.
Since President Trump announced that he was running nearly four years ago it seems that all of a sudden Spike Lee developed some deep seated hatred for the President. Nobody knows where it came from other than the notion that he could make money speaking ill of someone he used to be so high on.
With the Oscars taking place this past Sunday there were a lot of people that thought the whole show was going to be a mile a minute Anti Trump festival. It wasn’t exactly, but it seems like the people that were most likely to do something like that anyway took their shots.
BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee lectured Americans during the 2019 Academy Awards on Sunday evening, suggesting voters must reject President Trump in next year’s presidential election.
While accepting his award for Best Adapted Screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman,” Lee said Americans must “all mobilize” for the 2020 presidential election to “all be on the right side of history.”
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 25, 2019
“The 2020 presidential election is around the corner,” Lee said. “Let’s all mobilize, let’s all be on the right side of history. Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing. You know I had to get that in there.”
Lee accepted his first Oscar after trashing the Academy Awards, claiming black Americans only win Oscars once a decade and that black Americans, if not part of the filmmaking process, “don’t got a voice.”
“Gatekeepers decide what films they’re making and what films they’re not making and if we’re not in the room we don’t got a voice,” Lee said. “If we’re not in the room it can be a drought, a feast to famine.”