Will Smith

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Will Smith, born September 25, 1968 (age 53), is an Oscar-winning American actor who was victimized in April 2022 by liberal logic. Leftists who want to but cannot ban Trump and his supporters from public office due to the January 6 Capitol protests instead absurdly banned Smith for 10 years from the Academy Awards for his engaging in harmless manly chivalry on-stage at the Oscar ceremony.

From 1990 to 1996, Smith was the star of the popular television show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and has starred in many blockbuster films. Smith has been nominated twice for Academy Awards, both for Best Actor, once for the movie Ali and once for The Pursuit of Happyness. He is a Christian. Smith: "As a child growing up ... my grandmother made sure I knew God is going to make everything okay. So, however scary you get, however bad life is, just know that there's somebody in a high place that's on your side."[1]

He has also enjoyed success as a hip hop artist.

At the 2022 Academy Awards, Smith, displaying the manly conservative value of chivalry, walked onstage and slapped comedian Chris Rock, after an unfunny joke Rock made related to Smith's wife Jada Pinkett Smith's lack of hair, which is due to a medical condition. Subsequently Smith won an Oscar for the coveted prize of Best Actor, and gave a heartfelt, tearful acceptance speech.

Liberals, due to Hollywood values, have engaged in chivalry denial in response to Smith's courageous act by the Oscar-winning performer.

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