In the wake of the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio shootings over the weekend, Hollywood leftists decried the Second Amendment and blamed President Donald Trump and Republicans for the carnage. Celebrities, including Avengers star Don Cheadle, rapper Cardi B, Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr and pop star Bebe Rexha, blasted President Trump and Republicans for inspiring the violence through “racist” rhetoric and lamented the lack of gun-control.
For those of you looking to wash your hands of both parties next election day, there’s likely to be a healthy selection of high-profile write-in candidates for you to alleviate your conscience with. Along with fan favorites like, the Sweet Meteor of Death, and legendary meme gorilla Harambe (may he Rest in Power,) Bette Midler is promoting herself as a “write-in candidate” for 2020.
Somebody should pitch Hollywood producers on a new type of celebrity game show called “Who Can Sink Lower?” Because every month there is an intense competition amongst entertainers to see who can descend further into the depths when it comes to heinous descriptions of Donald Trump and his supporters.
Cheers and Look Who’s Talking star Kirstie Alley is bringing the heat against fellow Hollywood denizen Bette Midler over the actress’ “racist” and “degrading” tweets directed at President Donald Trump and his African American supporters. Midler, a rabid anti-Trumper and progressive reactionary, took her usual shots at the president on Wednesday, though this time it backfired.
Bette Midler apparently has a new career as a limerick writer. She’s using it as a weapon on the people she hates the most: the Trump administration. The actress who considers herself a feminist does not consider her own words to be demeaning to women.
As if there weren’t enough liberals running for president, CNN senior editor Amanda Katz pulled another name out of the hat. Yesterday evening, Katz tweeted “Realistically, Bette Midler could never win the primary, but if she went head to head with Trump in the general he wouldn’t stand a chance.” At least she’s being realistic.
Therapists in Hollywood must be raking it in this month, as celebrities from Chelsea Handler to Amy Poehler confessed to having emotional breakdowns and “panic attacks” over Donald Trump. Some of them were just sad as they cried over no collusion in the Russia case. Singer Bette Midler claimed Trump had “caused depression, despair, confusion and death.” Others expressed anger. The following is a just a sample of celebrities losing their mind over Donald Trump in the last month.
Surprise! No collusion. Shocking, right? If you’re like any of these lefty celebs, you’re going through all the stages of grief, starting with denial.
Welcome back to Hollywood’s little fantasy roundtable about how “heartless” America is and how progressive countries show us “what leadership looks like.”
During President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address, he dedicated a few moments to slamming radical Democratic Governors Andrew Cuomo and Ralph Northam for their blatant endorsement of late term abortion and infanticide, while asserting that “All children, born or unborn, are made in the holy Image of God.” For many Americans, this was one of the best things Trump has ever said, but for some leftist celebrity women, it was about the most disturbing statement they could imagine.
The showbiz left, secure in their swanky California and Manhattan digs, can’t honestly be expected to care much about border security. But, the most strident voices have chosen recently to outright denigrate it, too assured of their inherent goodness and cosmopolitan virtue signaling. Here are some Twitter highlights:
Conservatives note that an avowed anti-Semite like Louis Farrakhan maintains a Twitter account while a gaggle of conservatives no longer do. Think Anthony Cumia, Owen Benjamin, Roger Stone, Sabo, “Gay Patriot” Bruce Carroll, Gavin McInnes and Laura Loomer. Former Republican candidate Jesse Kelly became the most recent example.