After this year’s Pulitzer Prize winners were revealed, all hopes and dreams of me or any other writer I know receiving one were crushed. We are apparently on the “wrong side of history” and in today’s progressively progressive world, if you’re not an insufferable social justice warrior or at the very least a left-wing libertarian, you can’t expect to be recognized for your work by the Hollywood elite types, even if it’s the best thing to ever be written on paper. 

This year’s winner’s, it seems, were all SJW’s with progressive causes. Kendrick Lamar, an obnoxious liberal who constantly spews his hatred for the President and anyone with right-leaning views, won a Pulitzer Prize for his album “DAMN.” Here are the genius lyrics of a song called “DNA.” The flow of the song is so powerful and moving; not to be matched by any artist. (Psych. It’s actually really bad.)  

“I got, I got, I got, I got-Loyalty, got loyalty inside my DNA Cocaine quarter piece, got war and peace inside my DNA. I got power, poison, pain and joy inside my DNA I got hustle though ambition flow inside my DNA. I was born like this since one like this immaculate conception. I transform like this, perform like this, was Yeshua new weapon I don’t contemplate, I meditate, then off your f**king head. This that put the kids to bed.”   

These lyrics are just awkward and embarrassing. He’s like one of those kids whose mom told him he was good at everything so he tried writing a rap song. He thought up a bunch of words that rhymed and just went with it, it’s pathetic. This is also the same liberal nut who wrote on a pre-album track, “Donald Trump is a chump, know how we feel, punk / Tell ’em that God comin’ / And Russia need a replay button, y’all up to something.” How classy, making fun of the President just to get more approval from SJW’s who struggle to leave their mom’s basement. 
Ryan M. Kelly also received a Pulitzer Prize. His was for photography; for his coverage of Charlottesville’s “Unite the Right” and the Rohingya Refugee Crisis. Both of which are controversial and progressive (depending on where you stand on each issue) causes for Americans to be involved in. 
The New York Times also won a Pulitzer, along with several other authors and artists like Andrew Sean Greer, author of Less, proud liberal, and feminist ally. 
If you’re a writer, and you currently write about right-wing politics, you need not apply for these awards. At this point, they might as well slap a label on the front page of their website that says: “SJW’s and liberals only. Conservatives go home!”