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ET “Moore Assured Of Emmy For Palin Portrayal”; Of Course,Hollywood Wouldn’t Miss Another Palin Bashing Opportunity.

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on June 9, 2012

Entertainment Tonight AT THIS LINK has a glowing puff piece up on the entire cast of the Palin hatchet job, “Game Change,’ with particular emphasis on Julianne Moore’s chances of an Emmy. I completely agree that her win is “assured” because why would the leftist crew who produced this hatchet job miss another chance to stick the knife in to the female Emmanuel Goldstein they and the media have created.

Continuing on with their fantasy Palin, they now have Nicole Wallace as Palin’s “punching bag” which suits the make-believe world of Hollywood. 

What we have never seen are the financial reports on this turkey of a production. How much did it cost to make and how much did it garner? If it had made a profit, no doubt the left would have shouted it from the rooftops.

The only good thing about this Hollywood scare flick is that the groans from the financial backers that must have ensued when Palin announced she would not run in 2012 must have been enormous. They thought they would finish her campaign off with this fable, whilst protecting Obama, but all that has happened is that the public have seen the relentless attacks for what they are, whilst Palin continues to grow in popularity, which the poll AT THIS LINK  shows.

A taste of the hagiography for the Game Change cast can be found AT THIS LINK. if you like that sort of thing, you can read it there.


One Response to “ET “Moore Assured Of Emmy For Palin Portrayal”; Of Course,Hollywood Wouldn’t Miss Another Palin Bashing Opportunity.”

  1. The odious Left is trying to do (unsuccessfully) with Palin (and the [redacted] Moore) what they tried to do (unsuccessfully) with Reagan (and the much more likeable Bonzo). Bottom line, a late-night comedian punchline at best – and a bit of TV trivia at worst. But at least, Reagan had the last laugh with Bonzo (how could he not??), whereas Moore won’t even be around for a re-run – as “Game Change” will be SO old news in no time. Meantime, “Bedtime for Bonzo” has become sort of a friendly – even beloved? – part of the national culture. Juliene Moore will just become a total has-been within a very short time…

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