The elitist hypocrite actors in Hollywood who complain about guns and the border wall are always the first ones to make sure they have security, walls and fences to be protected. 

And there was, of course, a huge wall of fencing put up this year around the Oscars that were held at the Union Station. 

They also weren’t too keen on the optics of the possibility of homeless people hanging around their red carpet.

So it’s out they go… one homeless man was told that he had to move or have his things destroyed. 

The Oscars, which were held at the Union Station on Sunday (and watched by about three people) decided not to put up with homeless people in the area because the poor little elitist celebrities wouldn’t be safe and it wouldn’t look pretty. 

A homeless man, who gave an interview to Fox 11 Los Angeles, said that “they” went to them (homeless) about a week ago and gave them a Friday deadline to hit the road.

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Devin De Leon, Los Angeles City Council member, denies that the homeless were forced to relocate and also CONFIRMS it all in one statement. He said, “While the 93rd Academy Awards are being held at Union Station this year, and despite irresponsible rumors, NO unhoused residents are being forced to relocate. Since being sworn in, my office has been painstakingly working to house those experiencing homelessness throughout my district and we were able to offer housing options to unhoused residents in the vicinity of Union Station.”

So they weren’t “forced” – no, they were offered “options.” 

Just another Democrat changing what words mean so they can lie to everyone.