Celebrities Hate The Police & Most Of America But They Don’t Know Why

Celebrities Hate The Police & Most Of America

Celebrities Hate The Police & Most Of America But They Don’t Know Why

In the words of Greg Gutfeld, “Pop stars are crying–comedians are clutching their Xanax,” during what most are calling an upset of historic proportions; Donald J. Trump has become our President-Elect.

Over the course of the primaries, some A-List celebrities have been overly vocal in shouting their disdain for the police and the Republican Nominee.  From the beginning, celebrities such as Rosie O’Donnell, John Legend, Emma Roberts, Miley Cyrus and many others spoke out against Trump and even threatened to flee the country if he were to become president.  Mainstream media has tied the nominee to what they call systemic injustice in a handful of police action shootings across the country.

John Legend began on Twitter back in July, claiming that people work hard to find a reason why executing a human being during a routine traffic stop is okay.

On July 8th, Jay-Z’s released his newest single, “Spiritual”, which is fueled by the recent police shootings.

After the justified shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Alicia Keys teamed up with many “A-list” celebrities to make this misguided video against American heroes:

 

In the words of Greg Gutfeld, “Pop stars are crying–comedians are clutching their Xanax.” During what most are calling an upset of historic proportions, Donald J. Trump has become our President-Elect for 2016.

Over the course of the primaries, A-List celebrities have been overly vocal in shouting their disdain for the President Elect.  From the beginning, celebrities such as Rosie O’Donnell, John Legend, Emma Roberts, Miley Cyrus and many others spoke out against him and even threatened to flee the country if he were to become President.  Main stream media has tied the Nominee to what they call systemic injustice in a handful of police action shootings across the country.

John Legend began on Twitter back in July, claiming that people work hard to find a reason why executing a human being during a routine traffic stop is okay.

This was followed up on July 8th by Jay-Z’s single, “spiritual.”  A song geared toward being black in “today’s America.” It displays an artwork consisting of an entirely black square, meant to represent and mourn the loss of all lost during police-action shootings.

A long line of celebrities followed suit, pledging allegiance to Hillary.  Parks and Recreation star, Rashida Jones, quickly took to Twitter proclaiming, “No conviction,” for a long list of officers in police action shootings, after the Alton Sterling incident in Louisiana.

Week after week our officers and President-Elect Trump have faced ridicule from Hollywood and main stream media.  Only a few have stepped up on their behalf.  Musicians like Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and celebrities like Jon Voight.  Voight  was noted as saying that he is supporting Donald Trump because “he’s an answer to our problems.” Dennis Rodman, Hulk Hogan, Tom Brady and Gary Busey have also all stood up in their support for law enforcement and for our President-Elect.  None have been more notable however than former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani.  He has been a champion for law enforcement over the last 18 months and has stood faithfully on the trail with the Trump campaign.

Now that Trump has won, many celebrities are back peddling on their promise to leave the country if Trump were to be elected.  Amy Schumer stated, “First of all the interview where I said I would move was in London and was said in jest. Not that anyone needs more than a headline to count something as official news,” she wrote on Instagram.  Miley went on camera in tears after the winner was announced to offer her sorrow to the Hillary camp.   Celebrities have been quoted as saying they would move to Canada if Trump won and that their “ticket was already bought.”  Maybe they haven’t seen Canadian Border Patrol on Netiflix but with that 17-year-old DUI, they’ll never get in to Canada.  After all of this…we are still just waiting on word from Sharpton.

It is unfortunate that people with such a strong influence on America’s youth are so out of touch with the vast majority of the country. The blanket statements they make about Trump supporters, Police Officers, and even sometimes Veterans, suggests that they have no clue as to what really happens in the real world away from the pampered lives they live.

Fortunately, not all celebrities are like this. Some notably amazing ones such as Charles Barkley, Mark Wahlburg, Tom Selleck, and J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans have stood up for police and us regular Americans.

 

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