Trump's Hollywood Elitist MAGA Snowflakes Are Featured in Phony FOX News Controversy
Sept. 17, 2019
The 2020 election continues to build up steam as Democratic candidates jockey for position and round up supporters and endorsements. However, on the Republican side, Donald Trump is taking a different approach that includes going to extraordinary lengths to keep the identity of his supporters secret. This may be the first campaign that has ever had to arrange for the anonymity of its allies.
Following his cult rally in New Mexico, Trump made a dash for the border into California where he snuck in to avoid detection. He was there for a fundraiser at the mansion of real estate magnate, Jeffrey Palmer. What's peculiar about this affair is that the attendees were herded into shuttle buses before being whisked off to a secret destination.
There was significant security employed to prevent these Tinseltown Trumpsters from suffering the indignity of being outed as supporters of the has-been TV game show host who now play-acts as the Reality TV President . Ed Henry of Fox News reported from the field for Fox and Friends and provided this account of the subterfuge (video below) :
"Critics out here in Hollywood have been threatening to blacklist people - make sure they don't get hired, they don't get into pictures - if they show up for a Trump fundraiser. This highlights how ridiculous this has become because this is America. If you wanna support somebody, you wanna give some money, you're supposed to be able to do that."
What's ridiculous about this is Henry's assertions that people are not able to support the candidate of their choice. For most Americans there is a sense of pride and patriotism associated with their political advocacy. Nobody seems to be reluctant to admit they're voting for Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Julian Castro, or Kamala Harris. So the take away from Henry's analysis is that Trump supporters have real reasons to be ashamed of supporting Trump. And he may be right about that.
There is not, however, any truth to the allegation that Debra Messing, or anyone else, is blacklisting Hollywood's Trump supporters. It's actually laughable that Messing is alleged to have that kind of power. There is no central authority in showbiz that could execute a blacklist. Indeed, many of the biggest stars are proudly conservative, including Bruce Willis, Tom Selleck, Sylvester Stallone, Patricia Heaton, Kelsey Grammer, Tim Allen, and more. The ones who are whining about being discriminated against are primarily washed-out hacks whose failure is due to their own lack of talent (Antonio Sabato Jr, Scott Baio, Kid Rock, etc).
Henry's claim that "Critics out here in Hollywood have been threatening to blacklist people" is typical Fox News bullcrap. He can't cite a single instance of any such threat ever being made by anyone. And insiders know that Hollywood's colors are neither red nor blue - they're green. If an actor can sell tickets they get the job. So if Trump supporters insist on anonymity, it's because of their own shame for backing an ignorant, narcissistic, racist, who embarrasses the nation at every opportunity, cozies up to brutal foreign tyrants, and lies every time he opens his mouth.
No wonder Trump supporters are ashamed. But that's their problem and has nothing to do with any imaginary, organized, liberal, Hollywood boycott. They are just making excuses for their own insecurity and inability to defend their idiotic political choices. It's the same sort of derangement that causes right-wingers to whine that they are being banned on social media ( they're not ). The Trump cultists are simply too thin-skinned to face reality. That weakness is even more pronounced in the elitist Trumpsters who work in Hollywood. And they call liberals "snowflakes" ?
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