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Monday, January 29, 2018

Millionaires plan People's State of the Union speech

Fox News reported, "A group of Hollywood elites, progressive groups and social activists are planning a People’s State of the Union as a public alternative on the eve of President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address."

The news channel listed the celebrities as Michael Moore (net worth $50 million), Mark Ruffalo (net worth $20 million), Alyssa Milano (net worth $10 million), Rosie Perez (net worth $8 million), and Whoopi Goldberg (net worth $45 million).

Now granted, we have a billionaire president, but the people elected him to speak for them.

No one elected Michael Moore dog catcher.

"They'll congregate at the Town Hall in Manhattan, the venue where suffragists met in the 1920s. Singer Andra Day and rapper Common will be performing the song, 'Stand Up for Something,' from the biopic film 'Marshall,' about the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall," Fox News reported.

"Tickets were still available Saturday at $47 each."

Hmm. So the People's State of the Union is a commercial venture.


"Monday’s event also will serve as a platform for the launch of We Stand United, the lead organizing group of the People’s State of the Union," Fox News reported.

So what will the PSOTU say?

That the stock market has risen 40% since we the people elected Trump president? That $9 trillion rise in wealth has helped stabilize many a pension fund as well as helping millions of working class people improve their 401k, 403b, and IRA accounts.

Will the PSOTU say that black employment is at a record high? That Hispanic employment is at an all-time high? That the unemployment rate is at its lowest in 18 years?

Nope, expect none of that. Expect We Stand United to instead try to divide us as it calls our nation racist, sexist, and genocidal.

You wonder why people would want to live in such a deplorable place. They should move to Haiti, which is not a s***hole.

And yet, here they are.

"Let’s be clear: Donald Trump’s attacks on immigrants are rooted in white supremacy. His racist wall is a symbol of hate," Millionaire Milano tweeted.

It is not that they are out-of-touch hypocrites.

It is that the media gives them far more attention and credibility than it does the actual people who voted for Trump.


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  1. The same people who came unglued about Trump's response as to whether he would accept the result of the election are still unglued about the result of the election.

    1. Hmmmmm. Would Krazy Glue fix them up? No, it would take ULTRA-STRONG-LIKE-OX-Krazy-Glue, and there ain't none.

  2. Daniel Greenfield on the Civil War -

  3. Alyssa Milano is good for only one thing: To show her tits in low budget movies that don't even get my tower of power to rise. Ho-bag.

    1. Just Extenze. It gives me a wicked headache tho. Thanks for caring, brother.

  4. Why you still upset by Trump?
    Shouldn't you be living in Canada by now?


  5. Personally I'd like to thank the DNC for its racial solidarity, not to mention insanity, in having Maxine Waters deliver the rebuttal to the good news of President Trump's SOTU address.

    There's just nothing quite the same as having a raving lunatic giving the rebuttal!

    I'm sure that will raise the spirits of everyone who wishes the USA well, as the contrast will be monumental!

  6. "Please state of the union" nobody voted for them, so they do not represent us

  7. We can never have too many celebrity opinions.

  8. Any dog that Michael Moore could catch would be three-legged and overfed.

  9. If this follows the usual course of the recent past, all these anti-Trump whingers ... Moore, Ruffalo, Milano, Perez, and Goldberg ... are all going to get busted for some transgression in the coming year.

  10. In related news:

    --Like every other entertainment-centric display that has sunk into political grandstanding, the Grammys found itself horribly lacking in viewers compared to 2017’s Grammy awards.

    How many viewers down from last year? Try nearly a quarter.

    According to Deadline, the 2018 Grammys hosted by James Corden drew in 19.8 million viewers. Still a handsome handful, but that’s 24 percent less than 2017’s viewership which raked in 26 million.

    According to Deadline, this is the worst the Grammys have performed since 2009.--

  11. You know what the People’s State of the Union is?

    It’s the kiddies’ table.

    The grown-ups’ table will be listening to President Trump.


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