President Trump Shows Up At The Academy Awards Show And Is Not Allowed To Enter The Building.

Written by Fannin Fabriano

Monday, 10 February 2020

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"The Tweet Creep" pointing to Scott Baio and saying I know him; Scott "The Punk" Baio was also not let in.

HOLLYWOOD – The 92nd Academy Awards Show was held at the Dolby Theater, and it seemed like a Democratic Rally, as nearly everyone in the building was without a doubt anti-Trump.

One elderly gentleman who showed up with a red MAGA cap was asked to throw it in the trash or go back home. He chose to throw it in the trash.

Non-hosts, Steve Martin and Chris Rock, for some reason mentioned the word ‘Vagina’ a total of 38 times. Finally, Meryl Streep stood up and said that, if they mentioned it one more time, she was going to go up on stage and kick each one in his male vagina.

President Trump showed up, and he started to go inside, but was told by the head of security that the event was strictly for Democrats.

POTUS remarked that he was the president, and that he could go any effen place he wanted. Three professional wrestlers who were moonlighting as security guards picked up “Old Baby Fingers” and carried him to his presidential car.

As the car was driving off, you could hear “The Orange Blimp” yelling that he was going to deport everyone in California.

[IN CLOSING – Sean “Scrotum Face” Hannity insists that the photo of him and Ann Coulter making out passionately in the parking lot of a Burger King is photoshopped. He said that he doesn’t know her, and has no idea who the hell she even is, and furthermore, he said that he hates burgers.]

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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