Hollywood Feminist Defends President Trump: ‘Stop Bullying Him’
The Hollyweird establishment reels from one of their feminists.
As if America needs any more signs that President Trump is kicking ass and taking names, we get this little jewel.
Over the Independence Day weekend, Lindsay Lohan defended President Donald Trump.
In a post to her Twitter account she urged people to “stop bullying” the president and “start trusting him.”
The 31-year-old Mean Girls star was apparently touched by the gesture of President Trump towards British infant, Charlie Gard.
Gard’s parents seek an experimental treatment for his terminal illness, however the British Supreme Court denied their request.
According to Breitbart, Lohan made a half-hearted endorsement for former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in February 2016. Nevertheless, in an interview with the Daily Mail in February of this year, the actress called on Americans to unite behind Trump. She then urged the president to visit Syrian refugee camps in Turkey to better understand the plight of refugees.
Lohan said in The Daily Mail:
“I want to try to get the word out to Donald Trump to bring him over there, have him see all the positive things they are doing over there and all America can do to help as well.”
It’s reported that Lohan spent much of the past year visiting refugee camps and hospitals. Further, in January, she met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife Emine in the country’s presidential palace.
Speaking of Trump, Lohan commented,
“He is the president — we have to join him…If you can’t beat him, join him.”
Lohan is joined by other celebs who called out “bullies” for criticizing the president and his supporters.
Shortly after the November election, outspoken conservative actor Tim Allen said Hollywood celebrities had been hypocritical toward Trump. Allen added that Hollywood hypocrites believe Trump to be a “bully” yet simultaneously bully anyone who supports him.
Allen said on then-FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly’s show,
“What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully. But if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied for doing that. And it gets a little bit hypocritical to me.”
Actress Zoe Saldana weighed in as well.
In an AFP interview back in January Saldana accused some Hollyweirdos for the lack of humility. Saldana opined that many celebrities “got cocky” and “became bullies.”
“We were trying to single out a man for all these things he was doing wrong … and that created empathy in a big group of people in America that felt bad for him and that are believing in his promises,” she said.
Hollywood is used to writing their own happy endings. Inadvertently, that’s what they managed to do.
President Trump doesn’t need Hollywood to validate his case. Nor does he need Lohan standing up for him, as he’s a big boy.
But what Lohan’s comments show is that even Hollywood is not impervious to Trump. We’ve chronicled a few Hollywood “early adopters” of the Trump message, like Jennifer Garner.
According to FOX News,
Unlike some Hollywood A-listers, Jennifer Garner certainly isn’t rooting for Trump to fail.
In fact, she wants to help President Donald Trump make good on some of his campaign promises.
The star said she knows that many people from rural communities voted for Trump. She traveled to her hometown in West Virginia last year and saw for herself how many Trump supporters were there.
“People felt like Trump really understood them, that he was going to come in and create jobs for them,” she told The Washington Post in a wide-ranging interview. “They felt like they needed something to just turn everything upside down.”
Garner is now on the Trump Train, and wants to make sure that her family and friends get what they want.
“I’m looking forward to helping him make good on what they saw as promises, a mandate from him, that he was going to make their lives better,” Garner told The Washington Post.
As I indicated earlier, the list of new Trump supporters grows daily.
It’s only a matter of time before Trump fever reaches critical mass.