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How the Oscars and Hollywood have gone to the very far left

Mike Opelka
LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 10: Oscars are displayed at "Meet the Oscars", an exhibit featuring the 50 Oscar statuettes that will be presented at the 78th Academy Awards, at Hollywood and Highland on February 10, 2006 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Political statements were made on the red carpet, political statements were made inside the Oscars and some interesting things went down on Academy Awards night.

Media Research Center VP Dan Gainor joins Mike Opelka to discuss the politics of the Oscars and how Hollywood has gone very far left. Gainor believes that we shouldn't be surprised, but we should be offended. He explains that the Oscars operate in that dead zone between the ears of most actors and actresses where there's not a lot going on but they're certain that they're smarter, better people, and more informed than everyone else in the world.

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