If there is any segment of the American population more distraught by the election of Donald Trump than the Clintons, it would have to be their elitist supporters in Hollywood. Anti-Trump sentiment was dripping from every chandelier at the Golden Globes, and the Oscars will surely be more of the same. In between, we have celebrities appearing on talk shows, YouTube videos, and everywhere in between to let us know how bad Trump will be for the country.
On his show Tuesday, Fox News host Sean Hannity took aim at these celebrities in a long-overdo conservative tirade against the Hollywood left.
“Isn’t it really time for these crybaby left-wingers to grow up, accept the fact that Donald Trump will be the 45th president, and be gracious losers?” Hannity asked. “These folks need to get a grip on reality and realize just how completely out of touch they are with the American people. It’s the failed progressive policies of Obama and the alt-radical left that propelled Trump to victory.”
Oh, but they simply can’t understand that. Because in Los Angeles, much like New York and Washington, these multimillionaires live in a bubble that has nothing to do with the values and norms of the rest of the country. That’s why when you cut these places out of the map, Donald Trump wins the 2016 election in a popular vote landslide. Only on the coasts do the policies of the Democratic Party really make sense. You can draw your own conclusions about why that is.
“It’s time for the elite left to get out of their little bubbles, off of their private jets, and open their eyes for once to the electoral map’s sea of red in between California and New York,” Hannity said.
Don’t count on it happening anytime soon. These celebrities and pundits have been brainwashed beyond all repair. Their happiness – their very careers – now depend on defending the liberal agenda, even if these celebrities have no real clue what any of it means beneath the surface. It doesn’t matter. It’s not about being objectively right, it’s about fitting in.
Hollyweird isn’t going to come to its senses anytime soon, but that’s fine. We can make America great again without help from Meryl Streep, Angelina Jolie, and the girls from The View. It won’t be easy, but somehow, someway, we’ll find the courage to proceed.