Hollywood YUUUGE Loser in Georgia Sixth, by Roger L. Simon.
The local entertainment industry went in big time in support of Jon Ossoff … in his quest to win the election in Georgia’s sixth congressional district.
Rosie O’Donnell [ je suis shockay], Jane Fonda, Jessica Lange, Sean Daniel, Connie Britton, Sam Waterston and Kyra Sedgwick are among those who have donated to Democrat Jon Ossoff’s campaign, while others have been participating in phone banks to get out the vote and a few, like actress Alyssa Milano, have volunteered to go door to door in the suburban Atlanta district.
Will these moral narcissists talk with Ossoff again, now that he has lost by a solid margin, more than predicted, failing to do any better than Hillary against their Public Enemy #1 (Donald J. Trump) despite having by far the largest war chest in American congressional history, nine times bigger than his opponent’s?
I would think not. These celebs have better things to do behind the walls of their twenty-million-dollar mansions, especially now that, thanks to Trump, although they would never acknowledge it in a million years, their already fat stock market portfolios have grown roughly 17% since Donald was elected.
How much money has Hanoi Jane made from Trump? Fonda’s net worth is said to be $200 million. If half that is invested in stock, she has made roughly seventeen million off Trump. If one quarter is in stock… well you do the math. Rosie’s net worth is estimated at $120 million. Deprivation! No wonder she’s so angry at Donald. He didn’t earn enough for her.
It’s easy to make fun of these celebrities who sit in the lap of luxury while mouthing liberal, even Marxist, pieties. But the truth is, forget Georgia, they are living in a city with a mammoth homeless problem. The L.A. Times is reporting that as of 2017 Los Angeles has a staggering 57,794 homeless, up from 44,359 in 2015. I see them every day with “mine own eyes.” Everywhere you drive in this city you see tent encampments under the freeways, as if the City of the Angels had turned into Calcutta.
Surely these Hollywood grandees have seen it too, unless they never go out of the house. If they seriously wanted to do something substantive with their largesse, other than political virtue signaling, they would contribute to dealing with this catastrophic, rapidly growing problem.
They should also examine what it is about Donald Trump that actually makes them so angry. The tweets? That he opposes radical Islamic terrorism? That he is colluding with Russia? (The idea of that being of concern to Fonda, who actually did collude with North Vietnam in the most obvious way, is hilarious.) What specifically? Not gay marriage. He supported that long before Obama or Hillary came around.
In actuality, I submit that what angers them most is that Trump is not interested in them.