Watch: Clint Eastwood Destroys ‘All-White’ Oscars Protesters With 1 Perfect Sentence

Leave it to famed Hollywood tough guy Clint Eastwood to give some common sense to those in Hollywood who accuse the Oscars of being “too white.”

The cameras from the Hollywood gossip site TMZ discovered the famed actor and director exiting an establishment in Tinsel Town and threw out the question about the Oscar controversy.

The five-time Oscar winner and eleven-time nominee had a bit of advice for the folks all upset over the nominations this year. He was certainly soft spoken and even tempered about it all, but his answer did have a bit of a bite to it.


“All I know is,” the Dirty Harry star said, “there are thousands of people in the Academy and a lot of them–the majority of them–haven’t won Oscars.”

He admitted he wasn’t paying too much attention to those upset over the annual movie awards adding, “a lot of people are crying, I guess” . . .

A boycott of the Oscars was called for by African American stars like actor Will Smith, his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, Director Spike Lee, and others. (Read more from “Clint Eastwood Destroys ‘All-White’ Oscars Protesters With 1 Perfect Sentence” HERE)

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  • Kent2012

    Thanks Clint, once again the truth Trumps the BS…you know like black lies matter and hands up don’t shoot…

    • wandamurline

      Black lives matter is a communist organization funded by George Soros to create chaos…..just like the OWS from two years ago. It will go nowhere because there is no where for it to go. He will spend a lot of money to pay these people to start a revolution in America, but that is not going to happen. As soon as January 17, 2017 gets here and the anti-American, Muslim sympathizer, liar, ineligible in chief is gone, so will these people be gone. Patience is a virtue and we have less than a year….hallejuah!!!!!!

      • RWS

        We hope that we have less than a year. I didn’t believe that the majority of our countrymen would re-elect Mr. Obama, but I was mistaken; so, now, I suspect that the majority will choose whoever promises them more at others’ expense.

        • wandamurline

          Then we will lose the very Republic that our forefathers risk everything to give us….I am older and have been around since Eisenhower, and I don’t recognize America anymore….to think that the Democrats running a criminal (Hiliary) and a communist (Sanders) would even be heard of much less happening even 30 years ago. This is an important election and if the progressive liberal socialists (communists) Democrats win, we are lost. They will come after our assets and our guns and that is when the SHTF…southern states will revolt and secede …. but, I am going to optimistic that there are enough conservative people that will get off their duffs and vote this year and make sure that this does not happen. May God Bless America even though we do not deserve it.

          • sandraleesmith46

            That republic is already lost. It’s been gone quite a long time actually; going back to 1871, when the government declared itself a private corporation, with the final nail in its coffin in 1913, with the ratification of the 16th and 17th Amendments. That was when the Constitution stopped being the law of the land.

          • RWS

            I hope that you are right, Wanda. I’ve been around longer — since Truman’s presidency, though I scarcely can believe how old I am! — and fear that our last chance to begin a successful reversal was defeated some thirty-eight months ago.

            Still … “hope beats eternal in the human breast”!

          • deanbob

            ~5m evangelical christian (with some conservatives and libertarians thrown in the mix) voters exercised the prerogative that (in all likelihood) led to Obama’s re-election. The power of a justice on SCOTUS is never more evident.

  • RWS

    It surprises and saddens me that institutionalized racism continues: “Affirmative Action”, for example. This may be what sparks the foolish insistence that people be selected and “honored” because of their race or sex, not because of their ability or accomplishments.

    • deanbob

      AA, the elephant in the room?

  • B33r1sg00d

    We need to go ahead an segregate…those being criticized will thrive and remove a huge weight from their backs…those who cry all the time will be crawling back starving begging for a second chance to act decent.