It’s almost an every-four-year ritual where Hollywood celebrities threaten to leave the United States if a Republican is elected president, and in those years when it happened, they don’t.
No explanation, no apologies for their word not being worth a damn; just the assurance that in four years, they’ll be back again sharing their political brilliance and hoping just ONE person will say they’ll be missed if they issue another empty threat that will deny us of their all-important presence.
Below is the 2016 edition of the privileged waiting for someone, anyone, to publicly beg them not to flee the country if their candidate didn’t win the presidential election.
BTW — Whose bright idea was it to label Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg a “celebrity”?
We wondered about a class action lawsuit only because it could be argued the thought of some of these “entertainers” fleeing was juicy incentive for many hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Americans to get out and vote for Donald Trump. It could’ve been considered fraud, at the least, as they reneged (again).
Many of these narcissistic celebrities assumed the places they announced (Italy, other planets, “hell”) they’d move to actually wanted them and all the baggage self-important divas brought. Of course, when the election was over and they didn’t get the result they wanted, they reverted back to their traditional response: they were “joking” or some have just gone into hiding hoping we’ll not hold them to their word, again .
Just kidding: Stars change their minds after vowing to leave country if Donald Trump wins
Amy Schumer hits out at stars for threatening to LEAVE America now Donald Trump is President after Spain ‘joke’
I’m not leaving the country I was born and raised in.
— Whoopi Goldberg
Some celebs have lashed out at a general public that didn’t drop everything and do as they were instructed: vote for Hillary.
And when they didn’t get what they demanded, it will be back to Republican/Trump-bashing at the first opportunity.
The 2016 Inauguration Snub
Those who’ve publicly (and proudly) decided to pass on performing for the incoming President of the United States.
We’re not advocating a boycott of anything these “celebrities” participate in or produce, but here’s one thing to think about: these people WILL take any opportunity to use a vehicle to bash Republican and/or conservative ideals during one of their performances or productions and more times than not, that message will be aimed at your politically-naive, easily-awed kids.
Just something to consider.