Oscar Winner Takes Swipe at Don Lemon in Acceptance Speech

Michelle Yeoh, Best Supporting Actress Winner


There was a time, many, many years ago, when watching the Academy Awards had moments of enjoyment.

But over the years, it is unwatchable as it has become more and more politicized. Many Americans are simply turned off by the thought of watching a room full of woke, lecturing narcissists congratulating themselves.

At Sunday’s Oscars, however, there was a brief bright spot.

Michelle Yeoh, who won Best Actress for her role in “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” appeared to take a swipe at CNN’s resident woke outrage king Don Lemon.

Lemon, 56, said during a segment on the failing show “CNN This Morning,” that 51-year-old RINO Nikki Haley was past her “prime.”

Lemon was temporarily forced off the air until completing formal training for his sexist remarks about Haley.

In her acceptance speech, the 60-year-old Malaysian-born Yeoh,  the first Asian actress to win in the category said, “This is proof that dreams, dream big, and dreams do come true. And ladies, don’t let anybody tell you you’re ever past your prime.”

The line drew enthusiastic applause from the audience.

Yeoh’s full speech is below.

Lemon has had a rough year as even the far-left CNN has grown weary of his toxic behavior .

In September,  Lemon lost his primetime solo evening spot, “Don Lemon Tonight,” and was shuffled to a less prestigious morning show with co-hosts.




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