connectVideoSpike Lee issues call to action for 2020 for the presidential elections in the Oscar speech
Spike Lee issues call to action for 2020 for the presidential elections in the Oscar speech for his adapted screenplay win for the ‘BlacKkKlansman.’
Spike Lee doesn’t mind as President, Donald Trump thinks he’s racist.
Trump blasted Lee after the director’s Oscar acceptance speech for “BlacKkKlansman’, in which he never mentioned Trump by name, but urged voters to “do the right thing” and the support of love over hate in the 2020 election.
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“Be nice if Spike Lee could read his notes, or better yet none at all, in the line of his racist hit on your Chairman, who has done more for the African-Americans (Reform of the criminal justice system, the Lowest unemployment rates in History, tax cuts,etc.) than almost every other Pres!” Trump tweeted Monday.
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Lee responded to Trump’s rant with dismissal.
“Well, it’s okay-doke, you know,” he told Entertainment Weekly. on Monday. “They change the story.”
“They did the same with the Afro-American players who were kneeling, in an attempt to make it into an anti-American thing, an anti-patriotic thing, and an anti-military thing,” he added. “But nobody is going to that.”
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Lee announced on Instagram that he “BlacKkKlansman” and you are going to Thailand for two months to film “Da 5 Bloods.”
“BlacKkKlansman, that’s over,” he said. “If Jay-Z says, on to the next.”