Despite Backlash, ‘Green Book' Wins National Board of Review's Best Picture Award

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What HE likes to call the National Alliance of Politically Correct Scolds and Admonishers (NAPCSA) will be very angry by today's announcement that Peter Farelly's "Green Book" has won won the National Board of Review best picture prize
NBR has also decided to give its Best Actor award to Viggo Mortensen, despite his own bout with controversy earlier this month. There is no doubt deep disappointment within the SJW community and its well-appointed PC police squad, but the rest of us can rejoice that this group of cinephiles decided to say "fuck it" and weren't cowered down by the intense mob-mentality that inflicts today's social media.
There will still be those that believe that Peter Farrelly thought wrong in choosing to tell this story, which, according to many wokers, goes against the current grain of progressive thought, and, of course, I strongly disagree with this. We live in an outrage-filled zeitgeist in America, and abroad, but what the National Board of Review did today is damn-near courageous. Well-done. "Green Book" has stormed right back in the Best Picture race.
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