It’s no secret that liberals despise Donald Trump.
However, they try to pressure other celebrities into saying they hate Trump, too.
Some celebrities virtue-signal and bash the president, but MMA impresario Dana White made one strong statement for those hoping he would rip Donald Trump.
Everyone Must Hate
When Donald Trump descended that escalator and announced his presidency in 2015, liberals wrote him off as a joke.
But as his candidacy became more serious, so, too, did the left.
The left’s seriousness morphed into anger, and now it’s metastasized into full-blown outrage 24/7.
Celebrities are basically required to exhibit their hatred of Trump, otherwise they themselves become targets.
Late-nite hosts have all given up their duties as comedians and have turned into mouthpieces for the Democratic Party.
Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare directly from Chuck Schumer.
However, Jimmy Fallon broke ranks and chose not to bash Trump as the central theme of his show every night.
For this, Fallon suffered at the hands of leftists, and he eventually gave into the mob. Fallon issued an apology for treating Trump like a human being on his show during the campaign.
That’s right. He apologized for being nice to Trump.
Dana White Stands Tall
The UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) began as a fledgling fighting organization with zero credibility.
The earliest events resembled carnival sideshows, but UFC founder Dana White built the league into the preeminent MMA organization, which has arguably overtaken boxing as the most popular combat sport.
But when White was first starting out, nobody saw his vision…except Trump. For his patronage, White is forever grateful to the president and refuses to blindly jump on the hate train.
White said, “I’m never going to say anything bad about Trump — ever. Ever, ever, ever. That guy gave us our start when nobody would talk to us.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 20, 2018
As a businessman, White understands the importance of loyalty. White turned what began as a barnstorming operation into a billion-dollar enterprise; the UFC sold for an estimated $4 billion back in 2016.
Haters Are Disloyal
Unfortunately, not everyone shares White’s loyalty.
As mentioned earlier, Jimmy Fallon virtue-signaled and apologized for having a friendly interaction with Trump on his show.
Celebrities like Snoop Dogg, who hobnobbed with Trump and attended his Comedy Central roast, turned their backs on the president. Snoop Dogg went so far as to release a rap video where he assassinates Trump.
Comedian Steve Harvey caved to pressure and apologized for taking a meeting with Trump after his election victory.
Joe Scarborough was very friendly with Trump and routinely had him on his show, then virtue-signaled by leaving the Republican Party over Trump. Scarborough even wrote an insufferable song promoting the far-left Women’s March.
Advertising executive and TV personality Donny Deutsch said Trump was a sensible man who would govern responsibly, then later said it was time to take to the streets when it became fashionable to hate Trump.
And recently, Omarosa Manigault Newman praised Trump after he gave her several job opportunities, then said Trump was trying to start a race riot after she was fired for erratic behavior.
Sadly all of these celebrities and others don’t have the loyalty and integrity of Dana White.