Watch as Annoying (and Liberal) Hollywood Celebrities Beg Electoral College Members to Destroy our Electoral System

Ugh.

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Raise your hand if you’re sick and tired of annoying, whiny, hypocritical Hollywood celebrities telling the rest of America how we should think (and vote). I can’t speak for anyone else, but I, for one, am about done with the “holy rollers” in La-La Land dictating their skewed view of morality and politics to me. I don’t need Martin Sheen or Oliver Stone or Katy Perry explaining to me why their messed up perspective on the world is superior to my own personal opinions.

Not that it matters what I need or want… because as long as they have money to blow, Hollywood liberals are going to keep telling America why its all wrong about politics.

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The latest example of the Hollywood demigods choosing to condescend to the American people comes to us in the form of a PSA produced by a group calling itself “Unite for America.” The name is ironic, considering the fact that the group is attempting to undo more than 200 years of American history and electoral law. It’s also ironic because Donald Trump was legally and properly elected by the American people, and yet this group of deep-pocketed liberals think they know better for America.

Watch as Martin Sheen and a corresponding cavalcade of Hollywood liberals beg the members of the Electoral College to ignore our laws, our history, our tradition, and our system of democratic-republican governance… and just do what Hollywood says.

It’s pretty disgusting, really.

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