November 3rd is right around the corner and you know what that means.
Former President Obama is going to do everything in his power to remove President Trump from office so he’s calling on his Hollywood allies to help him in that pursuit.
And Obama just teamed up with this Hollywood A-lister at a Biden fundraiser.
Former movie star George Clooney largely lives in England with his civil rights lawyer wife, Amal Clooney, and his twin children. It’s quite accurate to say he’s a “former” movie star because after he starred in “Money Monster” the actor hasn’t starred in any movies since, although he has written/directed.
Although he lives in Great Britain, outside of London now, the Academy Award winning actor still wants to dictate what happens in America.
That’s why Clooney teamed up with former President Barack Obama for an online “conversation” that doubled as a fundraiser for Biden’s campaign. And the price of admission started out as a measly $250 and maxed out an eye-popping $250,000.
One of the main things they propagated was that Biden has alleged empathy and decency, which is an ironic sentiment because he’s responsible for the Crime Bill of the 1990’s that directly contributed the mass incarceration of minorities.
They also bashed the Trump administration for its cuts to the federal budget and “unraveling” of geopolitical relationships. Deadline reported, “Obama also urged those on the call that even though Biden was doing well in the polls, that should not be taken for granted.”
They are scared about the upcoming General Election and it’s really starting to show. What else does it say that you need an A-list actor to help fundraise for a presidential candidate?
Clooney lives in London now. Think of the ramifications of that. Clooney isn’t even on this continent and yet he’s somehow informing the narrative of the presumable Democratic nominee? Shouldn’t he be in America first before he wields that kind of power?
But of course, liberals loved it. They eat that kind of stuff up, don’t they?
“Charmed” actress Alyssa Milano absolutely loves that. The left-wing activist said, “I didn’t realize how bad I needed to hear people speak passionately with love in complete, coherent sentences.”
Micah Baldwin, the tech investor and former Amazon executive, tweeted, “Nice to listen to decent people.”
Now you know where his allegiance lies.
Barack Obama waited until April to formally endorse Joe Biden’s bid for the White House.
The former president had remained conspicuously quiet for much of the Democratic primary process, withholding his coveted endorsement as Biden floundered in the early months only to miraculously emerge as the party’s favorite following Super Tuesday.
George Clooney infamously bashed candidate Donald Trump during an appearance at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Clooney said at the time while promoting his new film “Money Monster,” There’s not going to be a President Donald Trump. That’s not going to happen. Fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We’re not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We’re not actually afraid of anything.”