Celebrities Fund Leftism in the Name of George Floyd

Leftists cater to celebrities. Because leftists value appearances over substance.

And the blind faith people are willing to throw at someone just because they’re famous is downright scary.

Especially now that leftists are using George Floyd’s death to push their extreme social agenda. However, in the two weeks since Floyd’s death, celebrities have been opening their checkbooks right and left to throw money behind what they’ve termed “social justice reform.”

Of course, the more appropriate term would be “domestic terrorism.” And it’s a crying shame that the elites among us want to spread violence and hatred in the wake of such a tragic death.

As Kevin Jackson recently pointed out:

“The death of Floyd is a reason for all Americans to galvanize. We want answers when our public servants’ blatantly disregard human life.”

[This senseless act] created almost universal outrage. So when practically the entire country agrees that Minneapolis police acted badly, why riot? Because leftists see opportunity in “crisis”. And they always try to take advantage of it.

Thus it’s no surprise to find the famous folks jumping on the bandwagon. And not only are they giving their millions to these radical groups such as Black Lives Matter, but they’re encouraging their followers to do the same.

Sadly, leftists are quick to get behind any scheme as long as they think they’re fighting against Donald Trump.

As Breitbart points out:

Some celebrities are donating to controversial bail funds like the Minnesota Freedom Fund that seek to bail out protestors and rioters. Members of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign have also donated to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Here is a list thus far.

NBA star Michael Jordan / Jordan Brand — various social justice organizations — $100 million

J. J. Abrams and Bad Robot — Black Lives Matter and other racial justice organizations — $10 million

Actress Jennifer Aniston — Color of Change and other organizations — $1 million
K-pop group BTS — Black Lives Matter — $1 million

Rapper The Weeknd — Black Lives Matter, National Bailout, Know Your Rights Camp — $500,000

Actress Angelina Jolie — NAACP Legal Defense Fund — $200,000

Model Chrissy Teigen and Singer John Legend — various bail funds — $200,000

Actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively — NAACP Legal Defense Fund — $200,000

Cast of Brooklyn-Nine-Nine — National Bail Fund Network — $100,000

Singer Drake — National Bail Out Fund — $100,000

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion — Restoring Justice — $10,225.26

Rapper G-Eazy –People’s Breakfast Oakland — $2,000

Actress-singer Janelle Monae — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Actor Steve Carell — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1000

Actor Seth Rogen — various bail funds — more than $1,000

Singer Kali Uchis — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Actor Don Cheadle — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Singer Kehlani — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Comedian-actor Patton Oswalt — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Comedian Nick Kroll — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Singer Noname — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Actress Cynthia Nixon — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Comedian Pete Holmes — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Actress Jameela Jamil — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Actor-comedian Ben Schwartz — Minnesota Freedom Fund — $1,000

Singer Taylor Swift — NAACP Legal Fund — Undisclosed amount

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio — Color for Change, NAACP, Fair Fight Action, Equal Justice Initiative — Undisclosed amount

Singer Halsey — various bail funds — Undisclosed amount

Singer Rihanna — Color Of Change and Movement For Black Lives — Undisclosed amount

Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres — NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Black Lives Matter, ACLU — Undisclosed amount

Singer Lady Gaga — Black Lives Matter, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Color of Change, and more — Undisclosed amount

Comedian-actor Rob Delaney — Minnesota Freedom Fund — Undisclosed amount

Singer Harry Styles — various bail funds — Undisclosed amount

Singer Justin Timberlake — Minnesota Freedom Fund — Undisclosed amount

Actress Anna Kendrick — multiple organizations — Undisclosed amount
Total: $113,326,225 (does not include undisclosed amounts)

Brand Power

While $113M might seem impressive, let’s not forget where the real brand power comes from. Conservatives have long been able to put their buying power together for any noteworthy cause. Which is one of the many reasons conservatives and Donald Trump are like peanut butter and jelly. They’re both good, but together, it’s an incredible combination.

Shortly after the 2016 election, conservatives were called upon to restore order. I recall when Macy’s announced they were dumping the Trump line of suits in an effort to avoid political polarization. Meanwhile, they put their money behind Hillary. Less than a year later, they closed 68 stores. Coincidence? Of course not. Those were conservative dollars at work. And by work, I mean boycotting.

Both Starbucks and Keurig suffered similar fates. Meanwhile, corporations on the right such as Chik-Fil-A and Hobby Lobby reap the benefits of staying true to their moral compasses and conservative values. And while corporate America isn’t the same thing as “social justice,” it does illustrate the power conservatives have to chart the course ahead.

Leftists will keep pouring their dollars into these organizations that do nothing but deepen the divide and terrorize our country. But it won’t be money well-spent. Because Donald Trump is still steering this ship. Enough said.












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