Gee, I for one was deeply concerned that in new year, the inevitable inauguration of Trump, etc. would give us a few moments of peace from whiny "celebrities". Nope. Behold a veritable who's who of B-list (at best) celebrities and other people I don't even recognize but clearly are important. I think I did recognize "Bishop" Gene Robinson, the twice divorced homosexual who is mostly famous for splitting the already nearly dead Episcopal Church and the guy who plays Bernard on Westworld, plus the guy from Boardwalk Empire and Burt Reynolds' love interest from Smoky and the Bandit.
#StandUpForUS from Art Not War on Vimeo.
As soon as you get to the part about the explosion of hate crimes in Trump's name you get a flavor for where this is going since the spate of hate crimes is a hoax but that doesn't stop liberals from repeating it over and over again sort of like "Hands up, don't shoot" and the gender wage gap, other rallying cries proven false but even lies that are expedient can be useful to the narrative. Actually the whole thing goes wrong from the moment you push the play arrow but I digress.
I love that they end it with a declaration that 20 people that apart from a couple no one knows apart of Sally Field and Steve Buscemi are speaking for THE MAJORITY of Americans (they repeated that a bunch of times very emphatically so it must be true) and they are concerned about our "diverse" American values, which is ironic because I doubt they know and embrace any actual American values and they clearly don't respect the values of people who voted for Trump. But hey they can pretend to be other people so they obviously are authoritative on all manner of issues.
Super ironic is that you can sign their petition at moveon.org, which is hilarious coming from a bunch of people who are incapable of moving on past the election. Anyway, it is good to know that whiny liberal "celebrities" plus an assortment of unattractive people off the street will continue to provide unintentional entertainment well into the new year.