Two young women clashed with President Donald Trump supporters calling for a boycott of the Oscars near the venue where the 2017 festivities were held in Los Angeles.
While protesting against the "arrogant hypocrites" of Hollywood, the Trump supporters got into a violent altercation with two young women on Feb. 26 near the Dolby Theater where the ceremony was held, the Daily Mail reports.
A video has emerged of one of the anti-Trump women breaking a sign being carried by a Trump supporter wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. A fight ensues between the two anti-Trump advocates and the Trump supporter whose sign was broken.
Police officers end break up the fight and arrest two of the women who were involved in the fisted melee, The Sun reports.
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A Facebook post put up by the Arizona-based group "Tempe Republican Women" called for the protest and boycott of the Oscars, in part due to their claims of Hollywood's double standards.
The conservative group states the Hollywood elite likens Trump supporters to "trailer park racists" on social media.
The female group is urging a public boycott of the famous award ceremony in order to prove that the "selfish, vulgar, and unpatriotic behavior over this past week will not be tolerated."
The Facebook post reads: "It is important that we, the deplorables, show the likes of Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, Alec Baldwin, Cher, Ashley Judd, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, and the other arrogant hypocrites, that we, the backbone and decent people of America, are more united than the bitter, unhappy, angry, divisive people of the entertainment industry.
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"These arrogant, pompous, pampered soulless individuals declare that half of Americans are racist, sexist, and bigoted for voicing our political choice through Donald Trump.
"Yet there can be no doubt that the entertainment industry does more to exploit, degrade, minimize, and stereotype women than Donald Trump or any other industry ever has."
The post singles out Madonna for frequently dancing in "little-to-no clothing" as well as Hollywood "movies that depict women as whores, sluts, and gold-diggers dependent on their bodies for survival."
"The wearing of pink does not negate the black hearts that these people have for our country and our Constitution," the post further declares.