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Hollywood out of all the industries in the country as their bargaining chip, the spokesperson argued that Hollywood “is, simply put, the base of the entire modern American culture. It is the foundation of the country, so to speak, the glue that’s holding it together. And think about what happens when you destroy the foundation of a house. It comes crashing down, right? Well, that’s exactly what’s going to happen to America unless Donald Trump realizes how real the danger of that actually is, and chooses to step down as President of his own free will. And while we’re on the subject, between you and me – nobody wants Hollywood to stop doing its thing, but this is a necessary move.”
Spinzon reports: Rosie O’Donnell, Debra Messing, Ed Asner and Michael Shannon are among the dozens of artists, entertainers, and activists who have attached their names to an effort calling for a month-long protest to stop President-elect Donald Trump.
Go for it, maybe we'll get some new fresh and hungry artists. There has got to be a million of them just in the L.A. Area.
originally posted by: Hr2burn
We give too much attention to the Hollywood crowd. To take it to its simplest level, they are paid (VERY well) to sing, dance and shake their little hineys for us. They should never have more clout then any average working joe. That Susan Sarandon and her little whine fest needs to be reminded that Kim Kardashian is probably more relevant than her and makes more money....and she's famous for being famous (and a porn video). Seriously, who do these people think they are?? Because they are wealthy and they can spout off Shakespeare in the drop of a hat, we should listen to them? Threaten to take away their overpriced cr@p?? Go for it, maybe we'll get some new fresh and hungry artists. There has got to be a million of them just in the L.A. Area.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: Blaine91555
That won't help in convincing people it's a hoax.
Actually, nothing will for the most part.
But there are two pertinent points for those keeping score..
The spokesperson is never named.
The quotes supposedly said in the New York Times do not exist.
originally posted by: RazorV66
Who the hell do these clowns think they are?
Haven't been to the movies in 25 years, missing another 8 while they strike when Trump is in office isn't gonna hurt me.
originally posted by: kaylaluv
I think this is a hoax. I can't find any other sources other than far-right wing blog "news" sites.
Does anyone have a link to any of the celebrities involved actually speaking on this, or any tweets from any of them about it, or a website for this group "Refuse Racism" that talks about a call for an industry-wide strike, or anything other than a lot of right wingers screaming about it?
originally posted by: Urantia1111
a reply to: skuly
How long will all the Hollywood pedos be able to hold out though?
Will they begin dating people their own age?
ETA Their list of Big Names includes Rosie O'Donnel, one person im not sure who that is, a guy i was pretty sure had died, and one person ive never heard of 😄😄😄😄😄😄😄