Over the weekend individuals voluntarily crowded into an indoor venue and didn’t wear face masks. No, it was not a freedom-loving concert or football game in Texas or Florida; it was the Television Academy’s annual Emmy Awards broadcast show.
Liberals keep one-upping each other when it comes to hypocrisy with regards to COVID-19 and demanding everyone follow whatever they deem as “the science” at the time. Meanwhile, they in turn, do whatever the heck they please, “aka” the opposite of their aforementioned science.
Put on and attended by Hollywood elites and the most liberal Americans, Sunday night’s Emmy Awards show won the hypocrisy award indeed. Behavior so obviously contradictory to messaging, even celebrity actor Seth Rogan couldn’t ignore it while presenting the very first award of the evening.
When introducing the best supporting actress category, Rogan said the following:
“Good to be here at the Emmy Awards. Let me start by saying there is way too many of us in this little room. What are we doing? They said this was outdoors. It’s not. They lied to us. We’re in a hermetically sealed tent right now. I would not have come to this. It was more important that we have three chandeliers than that we make sure we don’t kill Eugene Levy tonight?”
— Richard Hine (@richardhine) September 20, 2021
The Hill reported that the website for the Emmy Awards portrayed what its liberals would consider a much “safer” atmosphere. The website specified the venue was a “flexible environment, inside a fully air-conditioned tent” which would “allow for more socially-distanced audience seating.”
The Awards show had yet another hypocritical trick up their sleeve. No one of color won an award in any of the major categories. “Despite setting diversity records for its nominees, no actors or hosts of color took home a win in any of the major acting or reality hosting categories at the 2021 Emmys” reports The Hill.
Deadline wrote of 49 “non-Anglo nominees” nominated in twelve major categories, which beat 2020’s record of 42 nominees, none won the award. Addressing the matter once again was an actor on stage.
Cedric the Entertainer said in one of his monologues, “the good news is there are a lot of Black people nominated tonight. Like my dawg Anthony Anderson…This is Anthony’s 11th nomination…good luck, partner, but I gotta say, looks like it’s still hard out here for a pimp.”