Brad Pitt made a joke about the Senate’s impeachment trial during his Oscar acceptance speech Sunday night. While his best supporting actor was on the winning stage, Pete said he had more talk than former White House national security adviser John Bolton, who was not allowed to testify during President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.
Pete thanks Cinema director Quentin Tarantino and his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio for the first time receiving an Oscar for the role of a stunt double Cliff Booth in “Wills Your Time in Hollywood.” He also shot in the Republican-controlled Senate for voting against witnesses to attend the meeting.
“They told me I was only 5 seconds up here, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate zone Bolton this week,” said Pitt.
Bolton was Reported by the New York Times. The Senate, however, rejected a motion to allow additional witnesses and documents in the prosecution’s case, and rejected the Democrats’ expectation of a hearing from Bolton.Before the Senate under the Deputy Minister. Democrats insisted on receiving additional testimony from Bolton during the process, and their efforts were reinforced after the details of Bolton’s upcoming book were leaked and
Pete believes that what happened to Bolton is enough for a Tarantino-directed movie “I’m thinking maybe Quentin [Tarantino] “Doing a movie about it and finally getting adults to do the right thing,” he said.
Pete also thanks his parents and all the people who gave him his “first shot” (since “Thelma and Louise” co-star Gina Davis and film director Ridley Scott) dedicated the award to their children.
“I’m not someone to look back on, but it has forced me to do so,” he said. “I thought my people had taken me to drive-in to see ‘Butch and Sundance’, load my car and get out of here, Gina and Ridley gave me the first shot, and all the amazing people on the way here now stand here.”
He added, “Not once was that true in Hollywood,” “It’s for my kids, who color everything I do. I like you.”