Greatest Movie in History Banned to Please BLM
Barry Nussbaum: Welcome to ATP Report. I'm Barry Nussbaum. Did you know that one of the most famous films in history, Gone with the Wind, is now banned? I'm serious, Gone With the Wind. The immensely popular movie when it was released, it went on to be the highest-earning film up to that point in history, it held the record for over a quarter of a century. And when you adjust it for inflation, it is still the highest-grossing film in world history. Gone with the Wind got a record for Academy Award wins and nominations. It won in eight of the competitive categories it was nominated in. Out of a total of 13 nominations, it won best picture, best actress, best-supporting actress, best director, best screenplay, best cinematography, best art direction, best editing, and received two further honorary awards for its use of equipment and color. It was the first color film to win Best Picture, and it is now banned until they can come up with a proper introduction to condemn it appropriately. And a Nussbaum family kids favorite, Cops is gone. One of the first shows to expose an American audience to law enforcement out in the field in real-time. The long-running show Cops has been canceled by Paramount after thirty-two seasons following claims glorified police aggression. Keep in mind there are dozens of shows now being pulled from streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and various networks as well. Why? Because despite their popularity or their quality or awards, the woke crowd doesn't approve anymore. Please remember to subscribe to our free text message alerts by pulling out your cell phone and typing the message Truth And send it to 88202. You will be subscribed to our free service. That will send you all of our shows directly to your phone. It'll take you about five seconds to sign up, and it's always free. For ATP Report on Barry Nussbaum.