Despite their non-stop calls for the President’s impeachment over his “racist” and “democracy destroying” behavior, Hollywood celebrities and liberal elites couldn’t even be bothered to tune-in to Trump’s primetime address to the American people.
The A-list celebrities announced their “resistance” on social media as the President spoke to both Houses of Congress, saying #ImNotWatching and claiming they have “better things to do” than listen to their Commander-in-Chief announce his vision for 2018 and beyond.
I already know the state of the union-ain't good. Was pretty damn good about a year and a half ago.
— Michael Keaton (@MichaelKeaton) January 31, 2018
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) January 31, 2018
I tried. I listened but the amount of BS and stunts and questions raised that will never be answered made me throw my remote and now I am listening to Tom Petty and am a better American for it. #SOTU
— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) January 31, 2018
Tonight at 9 PM EST, I will be watching “All the President’s Men.”
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) January 30, 2018
— ROSIE (@Rosie) January 31, 2018
I was told darkness could not exist in the light. But here it is, for everyone to not see.#SOTU
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) January 31, 2018
The Hollywood boycott comes days after the left-wing activists held their own ‘People’s State of the Union’ featuring actor Mark Ruffalo, filmmaker Michael Moore, and others.
“We’re going to set our sights to continue that work in the next year, and strengthen our bonds and commitments to each other, for long after the Trump era comes to its rightful end,” said Ruffalo. “We ain’t stopping with Trump, OK?”
DOJ Searching Trove of Texts from Anti-Trump Agent
The Department of Justice is rummaging through “over 10,000 texts” between the FBI agent recently demoted from Robert Mueller’s investigation for his “anti-Trump bias” and his counterparts at the special counsel’s office.
DOJ officials tell Fox News they’re currently sifting through 10,000 text exchanges to determine the extent of Strzok’s bias, and whether his personal opinions of President Trump impacted his ability to impartially conduct his investigation.
Peter Strzok was secretly re-assigned to the FBI’s Human Resources Department earlier this year after Robert Mueller was informed of his Trump-hating text exchanges with other investigators.
The revelation of anti-Trump operatives inside the special counsel’s office prompted an immediate response from GOP leaders and officials; questioning Mueller’s ability to properly investigate allegations of Russian-Trump collusion throughout the 2016 presidential race.
They’re not the only ones.
The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board published a scathing op-ed piece on Thursday, citing the text exchanges and other mistakes as irreparably damaging the special counsel’s office and demanding Mueller’s immediate resignation from the investigation.
A NEW LOW: Left-Wing Congressman Uses BARRON TRUMP to SMEAR the President
Liberal Congressman Steve Cohen used the President’s youngest son to viciously attack the Commander-in-Chief over the weekend, accusing Trump of neglecting Barron and spending his time on the golf course; bizarrely adding “He will start a war!”
Cohen smeared the President on twitter New Year’s Eve, saying reporters never “see him with Barron,” adding that “you’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally, but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show.”
“He golfs when he could be reading or be in church or be with his family. Never see him with Barron. You’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show. No movies, sports viewing either just Fox! He will start a war!” tweeted the left-wing legislator.
He golfs when he could be reading or be in church or be with his family. Never see him with Barron. You’d think he’d be golfing with Dad occasionally but narcissists only engage in activities where they are the show. No movies, sports viewing either just Fox! He will start a war! https://t.co/RFuJksiQyk
— Steve Cohen (@RepCohen) December 31, 2017
Cohen’s comments immediately came under fire from both liberals and conservatives, warning the lawmaker that “kids are off limits.”
“You went after a child in a tweet?? What on earth is WRONG with you? Disgraceful and disgusting,” wrote one user.
You went after a child in a tweet?? What on earth is WRONG with you? Disgraceful and disgusting.
— MerryCatimas2019 (@pinkacreisnuts) January 2, 2018