The entertainment industry has a deep disdain for conservatives and Republicans.
It seems like almost every single celebrity entertainer is left wing.
But Donald Trump just got a surprising endorsement from one rock legend.
Almost all of the entertainment industry is mobilizing behind Joe Biden.
There are some celebrities who’ve risked their careers by openly being Trump supporters, but the overwhelming majority of them are in the bag for Biden.
And now one rock legend has stepped forward to support Trump.
John Lydon, who’s best known as Johnny Rotten of the punk band the Sex Pistols, said he’s voting for Donald Trump.
Lydon holds American, British, and Irish citizenship, and strongly backs Trump.
In an interview with the BBC, Lydon said:
“Yes, of course, I’m voting for Trump…He’s an individual thinker. I’ll give him that for a start. He’s not the most lovable fellow on God’s earth, but I cannot see the opposition as offering me anything by way of a solution.”
To Lydon, the choice between Trump and the Democratic field is an easy one.
Lydon said, “I’d be daft as a brush not to…He’s the only sensible choice now that Biden is up; he’s incapable of being the man at the helm.”
Lydon supported Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in 2016, but admitted that Trump “really is making the country a bit better.”
Americans tend to agree.
One Gallup poll shows that 56% of Americans believe they’re better off under Trump than they were four years ago.
That is a staggering number considering Joe Biden leads in most national polling.
But the Gallup poll and the enthusiasm gap between Trump supporters and Biden supporters suggests that the polls could be wrong just like they were in 2016.
Lydon was blacklisted by the BBC in 1978 when he gave an interview that didn’t air at the time because he criticized then-famous British television personality Jimmy Savile who was later exposed as a notorious pedophile.
Coincidentally, deceased sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was protected by the Democrat media establishment the same way Savile was in the 1970s.
Lydon’s support of Trump angered many in the punk music scene, but it shows that the left is no longer the counterculture.
It’s ridiculous to rage against the “system” when most of the institutions of power are either controlled by former 1960s radicals, or by militants of a younger generation.
Trump represents the first disruption of business-as-usual politics in a long time, and that’s why many voters are flocking to him.
And as Lydon points out, Biden is not even a viable choice.
Many former Democrat voters have come to the realization that the party has gone completely crazy and declining Joe Biden is not the solution.
Biden’s COVID-19 plan is essentially a carbon copy of everything Trump has already done, and his economic plan would be a complete disaster for the country.
There are millions of disaffected liberals who feel exactly like Lydon does.