Skip to comments.Carpetbagging: The Hollywood Celebs Pushing ‘Win Texas. Lose Trump’ Funding Campaign
Posted on 06/05/2020 3:39:19 PM PDT by knighthawk
A slew of Hollywood celebrities is pushing an effort to turn Texas blue in the hopes that it will cause President Donald Trump to lose the electoral college in November. The celebrity social-media effort organized by ActBlue is aggressively promoting the slogan: Win Texas. Lose Trump.
Left-wing stars including Alyssa Milano, Rob Reiner, Debra Messing, and Star Wars actor Mark Hamill are urging their Twitter followers to donate $38 to Texas Democratic party in recognition of the states 38 electoral votes. ActBlue, the left-wing donor site that is behind the drive, is hoping to defeat President Trump in Texas by pushing vote by mail.
Your donation goes extremely far and is crucial for helping us register over 2 million Texans and keep voters safe by sending over 1.5 million vote-by-mail applications. Every $1 donated lets us mail 2 voters, ActBlue says on the Texas Democrats site.
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I dont know a single Trump supporter that has changed their support for his awesome leadership.
Stars? While Rob Reiner is a multi multi millionaire via Castle Rock productions, i would not describe these B-listers as stars.
Note to Slimy Leftist Celebtards: Don’t F*** With Texas!
You won’t like the results.
OMG if Texas goes blue, all is lost.
I love that state; lived there for a year. No friendlier people anywhere. And I’ve been to most of the states. Never Hawaii or Alaska, though.
The late George Wallace used to call them outside agitators.
Dancing With The Stars level of stardom.
You know what? I take that back. People everywhere are friendly.
By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times - Thursday, June 4, 2020
A federal appeals court shot down a push to expand mail-in voting in Texas during coronavirus, erasing a lower court ruling, eviscerating the judge for a shoddy opinion, and saying its up to states, not courts, to set voting rules.
Proximity to the border means that someday Texas will go Rat.
They know they can't do that. They are just stealing money.
Be as good an investment as Beto.
Well, they’re going to have their work cut out for them (although voter fraud will be historic and unaddressed in 2020). Our kid, who was eligible to vote for the first time in a presidential election in 2016, voted 3rd party in Texas. Now having worked for five years, that vote will be for Trump in 2020. We didn’t push in that direction. It just came naturally. Also, my wife and I weren’t here in Texas in 2016, so that’s two more for Trump (voted for him in 2016 back in California, but those were swamped by the DEM vote).
I moved to Texas 34 years ago from the rudest city in the Nation, Miami, to the friendliest state in the nation, Texas. Keep Texas RED!
Texas will be blue one day....
The fleeing New Yorkers and Californians bring their liberalism and the immigrants learn from school about how racist and unfair the country is. Hollywood reinforces all that and more.
When Texas flips permanently to Blue. The nation will be a Socialist nation, like the UK or France. Open borders, 90% taxes, no 1st or 2nd Amendment, green laws to stop petroleum, full government healthcare, massive spending and huge bureaucracies. Paradise.
Then it will become"Ideocracy".
Texas will flip blue eventually just from endless immigration but I doubt this will be the election cycle for it to happen.
Once it goes Blue, its basically over for America forever.
I wonder what will happen if the looters realize how much wealth there is in Hollywood and decide to target them? Maybe they will call the police and be told “Sorry, we disbanded the police per your request”.
“Proximity to the border means that someday Texas will go Rat.”
Texas will be in GOP hands for generations.
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