Yep, the crazy lady feels sooooo validated by… lies. Sounds so emotionally healthy to me, not needy or desperate at all… /sarc
Great article by Stacy Drake at C4P:
I can’t tell you how frustrating it is to be a part of a group of people who suffered though watching Game Change, who methodically dissected the film using historical facts, published articles to clear the record, only to have all of that work ignored and Hollywood give this piece of propaganda its highest honors anyway. It’s not that I didn’t expect it, I did, but that doesn’t make it any easier to look at. They are entirely shameless.
After winning her award for “best actress in a mini-series,” Julianne Moore said during her speech:
“Wow, I feel so validated because Sarah Palin gave me a big thumbs down”
Governor Palin not appreciating the movie’s character assassination had nothing to do with Moore’s feelings of validation. She feels “validated” now because her fellow travelers in the industry patted her on the back and cheered for her when her name was called. She didn’t receive the award because she did a good job, she was issued a trophy because she contributed to the left’s war on Palin. See, they will conveniently overlook the crappy production value of the film, the bad accent, the mistaken mannerisms, and every other feature of this movie and Moore’s awful performance because they want to elevate the film. They want Americans to buy their version of events, and hope that those same people who watched their awards show never stumble over the truth.
Please go read the rest here and leave a supportive comment for one of our warriors who put in a lot of time fighting the lies and correcting the record on a joke of a movie. Hollywood should be embarrassed and Ms Moore should worry about karma…