Memo to Hollyweird: Voters Don’t Care What You Think

Hollyweird and the entertainment industry should really pay attention to things. A revolt is occurring against them.

And it’s because they won’t keep their fat self-indulgent mouths shut.

They were warned.

Remember the Dixie Chicks?

Well, if you do, you’re likely over 45. Because Millennials don’t know the reference. But as Rolling Stone reported at the time:

It’s hard to overstate just how popular the Dixie Chicks were in 2003. With three major-label albums — Wide Open SpacesFly and Home — they’d become America’s top-selling female group of all time, writing the soundtrack for pretty much everyone who listened to country music during the turn of the 21st century. They could play. They could sing. They could speak their minds. What wasn’t to love?

During a European promo show for the group’s 2003 Top of the World Tour, Natalie Maines took a minute to address the crowd. It was less than two weeks before the invasion of Iraq, and anti-war protests had been breaking out across the globe. One month earlier, more than three million people had attended a protest in Rome, making it the largest anti-war rally in history. The Dixie Chicks sympathized with the protestors.

This group of feminists attacked George Bush for fighting against tyranny. A war that ultimately freed millions of Iraqi women.

Things didn’t go well for “the chicks”.

But their contemporaries learned nothing. Thus, Hollyweirdos and other entertainers continue their assault on sanity, ergo Conservatism.

Apparently, as Kaepernick proved with the NFL, when it’s not your money, who cares.

Ratings for every awards show tank year after year. Sales of CDs are in the toilet, so much so that for a rapper to be successful, he must mention Trump.

And like awards shows, CD sales and NFL attendance, the midterms proved that Hollyweirdos and other entertainers are meaningless.

Then there is the reality of the midterms. The double ZEROES of Oprah and Obama failed to pull radical racist Democrats across the finish line.

One story read:

Oprah Winfrey suffered an epic loss, and possibly a deadly blow to rumors of her 2020 presidential bid, when Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams lost to Republican Brian Kemp by nearly 2 percent.

She would have been the first black woman governor of Georgia.

At a midday press conference, Trump ripped Winfrey’s political efforts. “I do like Oprah, I do,” he said. Then he added, “Unfortunately, she didn’t do the trick.”

Pop stars Rihanna, Common, Sean “Diddy” Combs, and others who campaigned for Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, who would have been the state’s first black governor, saw their efforts fail when the Democrat lost to Rep. Ron DeSantis.

Megastar Taylor Swift’s surprise support for Tennessee Democratic candidate Phil Bredesen in his Senate race fell flat in his loss to Rep. Marsha Blackburn.

But they weren’t the only entertainment losers:

Hollyweird promoted a telethon that promised callers would get a call from a ‘star’ if they would call in and pledge to vote Democrat. Unfortunately most people didn’t recognize the purported “stars”.

Hollywood, the message is clear. Nobody of consequence gives a crap about you.

And unless these Leftist clowns change, soon they will find themselves back on Weinstein’s casting couch, begging for non-speaking roles.



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