Liberals Slam Oscar Award Winner for Thanking His Wife for Giving Up Her Career to Raise Children, Wife UNLOADS on Them
During the Oscar awards, there were a few Hollywood actors who took the liberty to voice their political opinions.
Donald Sylvester who won an award for Best Sound editing for the film “Ford v Ferrari” threw liberals into a tizzy after he thanked his wife for her sacrifice during his thank-you speech.
“Ford v Ferrari is a marriage of sound and picture so while I really want to thank my fantastic sound team, I also want to include the picture team and the mixers.
In fact, Ford vs. Ferrari is probably the last film ever made by 20thCentury Fox so I want to thank (post-production supervisor) Aaron Downing and (president of feature post production) Ted Gagliano and (president of production) Emma Watts, but the real support comes from home, so I want to thank my wonderful wife of 34 years who gave up her editing career for me to pursue my career, but she raised our kids and she did a great job because neither one of them are politicians.
But the real reason I’m standing here is James Mangold; he is the reason I’m here. He should have been nominated for Best Director, so if I could I’d break this statue off and give him the head so you could put it in the jar, Jim. Thank you, Academy.”
The speech was very good and admirable. I think it was wonderful that he made sure he gave recognition to his wife and her dedication to care for their children even though it meant giving up her career.
However, the left must have thought that this was despicable for a woman to give up a career. They instantly assume that it’s because he forced her. But here’s a wake-up call, not all women want to be in the workforce. Not all women consider children a burden.
“For anybody to criticize makes me extremely angry, because they know nothing about my life or my family and the choices we’ve had to make.”
“I was paying someone to take care of my special-needs child and I realized they couldn’t do it as well as I could. Nobody knows a child as well as the parents do.”
“To say that I don’t work is absolutely ludicrous, but what I did do is leave the entertainment industry,” adding that she has “a very rich, fulfilled life. I love what I do, I love working with the schools, and I love helping children and helping our community, which I think is so much more productive than just cutting a film. I live in the real world. And I help real people.”
“My husband has been amazing. He’s been an incredible father, and so supportive of everything we’ve done. For some people, working is the correct choice; other people, life takes a turn, and you sometimes have to go with that turn.”