Ashton Kutcher, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and some other people I don’t recognize complained last night at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards that President Trump’s executive order calling for an immigration moratorium from certain countries, was “un-American.” They whined that everyone in airports belong, “in my America,” that, “actors and actresses … embody the worth and humanity of all people,” and that, “we will shelter freaks and outcasts.”

The outrage aimed at the president of the United States took place as the actors and actresses gave each other awards for being most able to fool their audience into the willing suspension of disbelief.

Meanwhile, guess how hard it is to be admitted into the Screen Actors Guild?

In 2012, the Screen Actors Guild merged with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists to create SAG-AFTRA.

According to the union’s website, in order to be considered for admission into SAG-AFTRA, you have to prove you are employed by SAG-AFTRA or an affiliated performers union. No proof, no admittance. But that’s not all. There’s a lot of wording about those who might cheat the system. “Extreme-vetting,” if you will:

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