The left is doing its best to silence dissenting opinions.
Liberals can’t stand it when celebrities show support for Donald Trump, or simply espouse conservative beliefs, as evidenced by the swift backlash against Kanye West and Shania Twain.
One baseball great who praised the president just got added to the list of pro-Trump celebrities who rankle liberals.
Former Yankees and Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon recently competed on the ABC hit series “Dancing With The Stars,” and went on television after his elimination to say that Trump is doing a “great job” as commander-in-chief.
Several celebrities have been beaten down by the liberal mob and forced to repent for their support of Trump. Shania Twain, a Canadian, had to apologize for a hypothetical vote for Trump.
Hip-hop artist Chance The Rapper had to backtrack after the tepid comment: “Black people don’t have to be Democrats.”
Gisele Bundchen claimed that Tom Brady and she were not fans of Trump, even though Brady had publicly endorsed him and had a MAGA hat in his locker.
However, in the case of Damon, he openly campaigned for Trump, so he doesn’t appear to be backing down any time soon.
Former Boston Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon, who was eliminated on Monday night’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars: Athletes,” insists that President Donald Trump is doing a great job in the White House.
“I think Donald’s doing a great job of trying to bring everything to the table, just work at something instead of wasting people’s time,” Damon told the hosts of “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday after being cut from the dancing competition.
The Thai-American and two-time World Series winner is no stranger to the president. Damon was a big supporter of Trump, endorsed Trump, and even campaigned for him during the 2016 campaign for president.
Indeed, Damon often gushed about the New York real estate mogul on the campaign trail. During one rally in Orlando, Damon told the crowd, “People wonder why I like Donald Trump. I actually love the guy. Why? Because he likes winners, he likes to win, he likes everything to be great, not just for him but for everybody, and he wants to make America great again.”
With his loss on the dancing show, Damon will go back to his work with The Johnny Damon Foundation for disadvantaged children and to supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. “My charity continues to help so many people, mostly around the Orlando area. We think locally and act globally,” Damon said.
The more conservative celebrities stand up to liberals, the more they lessen liberals’ stranglehold on the culture. Political correctness isn’t about empathy and compassion; it’s totalitarian to its core.