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Sunday, May 19, 2024

Oscar Winner Credits Sexual Degeneracy for his ‘Creativity’

'Thank [you for] not squashing my creativity when I was making really disturbing horror films, or really perverted comedy films, or dressing as drag as a kid, which is a threat to nobody!'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Daniel Scheinert, the co-director of Everything Everywhere All at Once, credited transvestism, disturbing blood and gore scenes, and sexual perversion, with fostering his creativity during his acceptance speech at the Academy Awards.

He dedicated his award to “the mommies,” and specifically thanked “our moms,” whilst naming his parents “Ken and Becky.”

Thanking one’s mom and dad when winning an award is normal, but Scheinert’s thanks was anything but common.

“Thank [you for] not squashing my creativity,” he said to his parents. This refusal to destroy his creativity came “when [he] was making really disturbing horror films,” and “[making] really perverted comedy films.” Scheinert reported that his parents enabled him to “dress [in] drag as a kid.”

Scheinert also made the most political statement of the night, according to Breitbart News.

He asserted that his aforementioned transvestism “is a threat to nobody!”

The comment engendered excited applause from the Hollyweird crowd, in his apparent attack on states like Florida, Oklahoma  and Arkansas who have prohibited drag shows for children.

Scheinert is just one of many celebrities to attack these states trying to protect children from groomers and pedophiles.

Infamous transvestite Rue Paul attacked the states.

“Drag queens are the Marines of the queer movement,” he said, as reported by Breitbart. “Don’t get it twisted and don’t be distracted.”

“Register to vote so we can get these stunt queens out of office.”

Whoopie Goldberg also mouthed off regarding the protection of children. She argued that Republicans attempting to protect children from groomers and pedophiles was intolerant.

“So stop calling us snowflakes,” she concluded.

The aged and irrelevant B-52’s even took to social media to attack the states.

“It is unacceptable that in the 21st century, we are witnessing such blatant attempts to undermine the rights of individuals based on their gender identity and sexual orientation,” they wrote. “These bills not only violate the fundamental human rights of the affected individuals but also perpetuate a toxic culture of hate and intolerance that has no place in our society.”

Melissa McCarthy also weighed in.

“You’ve been entertained by drag your whole life. Don’t pretend it’s a problem now,” she wrote.

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