On Sunday night, the world watched as numerous awards were handed out to accepting actors, actresses, directors, writers, and more at the Golden Globes. One of the awards was the Cecil B. DeMille Award which was presented to Meryl Streep, and she accepted it to a standing ovation. As she went through her career highs and lows, she also took the time to slam Donald Trump for his "performance."

Viola Davis gave a great introduction for Meryl Streep, who then stepped on the stage with a very raspy sounding voice. She apologized for having lost her voice due to screaming and talking so much, but she kept on talking.

She congratulated numerous actresses and actors from various countries before moving into her comments about Donald Trump.

Meryl Streep began making her point quickly

"Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners, and if you kick us all out, you’ll have nothing to watch except for football and mixed martial arts, which are not arts," Streep said as tears began to fill her eyes. She pointed out that Amy Adams, Ryan Gosling, and so many other great people are not from the United States.

At one point, Streep managed to throw another slight jab at Donald Trump by citing something that many have questioned about President Barack Obama. "But who are we, and what is Hollywood, anyway? It’s just a bunch of people from other places," she told the audience as she detailed being raised in New Jersey.

Then, she talked about others who do not have Los Angeles backgrounds such as Sarah Paulson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Amy Adams, Natalie Portman, Ruth Negga, Viola Davis, Dev Patel, and Ryan Reynolds. "Where are their birth certificates?"

Donald Trump's name was never actually dropped

While Meryl Streep never actually mentioned the President-elect by name, she did mention the man who will take the highest chair in our country.

Her biggest point was bringing up the moment when Donald Trump publicly mocked Serge Kovaleski, a disabled reporter for The New York Times. Her voice began to crack as she continued on to say that "disrespect invites disrespect, violence incites violence."

Streep turned her attention to the press and said that they need to take responsibility, stand up to Trump, and let the truth be known. As she finished her speech, she quoted the late Carrie Fisher, her dear friend, who said "Take your broken heart...make it into art."