Donald Trump Inauguration: Full List of Celebrities Who Will Be at the Protests

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President-elect Donald Trump listens during a meeting with technology executives at Trump Tower. (Getty)

Dozens of Hollywood celebrities will be in Washington, D.C. next week to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump.

This group includes many actors and musicians who actively campaigned for Hillary Clinton, but it also includes a few who were not particularly active during the 2016 presidential election. Specifically, these celebrities will be participating in the Women’s March on Washington, which takes place on Saturday, January 22nd.

Here’s a look at everyone who will protest the inauguration of the 45th president.

Katy Perry

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Katy Perry speaks during a get out the early vote rally as she campaigns for Hillary Clinton at UNLV on October 22, 2016. (Getty)

Singer and songwriter Katy Perry was an outspoken Clinton supporter during the 2016 election. Not only did she formally endorse Clinton, but she also performed at a concert for the Democratic candidate and even went to college campuses to encourage students to vote on November 8th.

After Donald Trump’s surprise victory, Perry made clear that she plans to be an active part of the anti-Trump movement, calling on her followers to resist and rise up.

Evan Rachel Wood

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Evan Rachel Wood attends the 18th Annual Post-Golden Globes Party. (Getty)

Actor Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Delores on the HBO series Westworld, will also be in Washington, D.C. next week.

Unlike Katy Perry, Wood was not too involved in the 2016 election; she did not formally endorse a candidate and did not appear at any rallies. She did make her opposition to Trump known on Twitter, however.

Scarlett Johansson

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Scarlett Johansson attends the premiere of Marvel’s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” at Dolby Theatre on April 13, 2015. (Getty)

Scarlett Johansson will join Katy Perry and Evan Rachel Wood at the Women’s March on Washington.

During the 2016 election, Johansson showed her support for Hillary Clinton, praising her as a candidate and not just as the alternative to Donald Trump.

“Hillary is the right candidate for right now,” Johansson told Variety in October 2016.  “I think she’s got a lot of integrity. She’s got a lot of stamina. She’s a very clever politician, and that’s actually important to me. Maybe it’s because I have a daughter now.”

Johansson also appeared in an anti-Trump PSA created by her friend and Marvel colleague Joss Whedon.

Amy Schumer

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Amy Schumer speaks onstage during the Comedy Central Live 2016 upfront at Town Hall on March 31, 2016. (Getty)

Comedian Amy Schumer is a second cousin of New York Senator Chuck Schumer, the Senate minority leader. She endorsed Hillary Clinton for president and in September said that she doesn’t think most of Clinton’s critics are very well informed.

“Those people [who hate Hillary Clinton] aren’t informed,” she said in an interview with BBC. “If you go, ‘Why don’t you like Hillary,’ they’ll go, ‘She lied about her e-mails. What else is she going to lie about?’ People get one fact and that’s what they latch on to about a candidate. I’m like, ‘Well, Donald Trump has a fake college.'”

Schumer went on to say that she has never had a conversation with anyone who doesn’t like Hillary where the person had anything meaningful to say. She added that the idea of Donald Trump winning is “beyond my comprehension” and that she would move to Spain if he does.


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Zendaya attends 2016 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in Hollywood, California, on November 14, 2016. (Getty)

Zendaya, a 20-year-old actress and singer, rose to prominence in 2013 when she starred in the Disney Channel series Shake It Up. She has also appeared in other Disney Channel shows like Good Luck Charlie and A.N.T. Farm. Later this year, she will star alongside Tom Holland in the Marvel film Spider-Man: Homecoming. 

Zendaya made her displeasure with Donald Trump known throughout the 2016 election, taking to Twitter in disgust after the release of the infamous Access Hollywood tape on which Trump brags about forcibly grabbing women by the genitals.

And following Donald Trump’s election on November 8th, Zendaya wrote on Instagram, “……speechless…petrified…heartbroken…weary. I don’t know what to say or what to do. I guess I just never knew how many people in this country didn’t love other people in this country.”

America Ferrera

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America Ferrera speaks onstage at the ‘Superstore’ panel discussion during the NBCUniversal portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Summer Tour on August 2, 2016. (Getty)

America Ferrera will serve as chair of the Artist Table at the Women’s March on Washington.

Ferrera, known for her role on Ugly Betty and who currently stars in NBC’s Superstore, supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, long before it even became clear that Clinton would be facing Donald Trump. Ferrera wrote a piece for The Huffington Post in April 2016 titled Why Hillary Clinton Thrills the Hell Out of Me.

“I’m voting for Hillary because no candidate in this race has done more to empower this first-generation American millennial woman, raised by a single immigrant mother, and educated in public schools, to grow up and contribute back to society — even if I needed a free lunch along the way,” Ferrera said. “She believes in the potential of a girl like me. And I believe in the potential of a president like her.”

Ferrera appeared alongside Lena Dunham at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. In a speech, Ferrera, who is of Honduran descent, said that “according to Donald Trump, I’m probably a rapist.” When Dunham pointed out that Ferrera is not Mexican, Ferrera responded, “And President Obama isn’t Kenyan, Lena, but that doesn’t stop Donald.”

After Donald Trump’s election, Ferrera posted a photo of herself in tears on Instagram and said she felt as if someone she loved had died.

“I’ve never felt this brand of sadness before,” Ferrera said. “If you cried all day- you are not alone. We deserve to mourn. Patiently waiting for the sadness to transform into something more useful.”

Frances McDormand

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Frances McDormand in the press room at the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20, 2015. (Getty)

Frances McDormand will also be attending the Women’s March on Washington.

McDormand is married to writer and director Joel Coen, and she has appeared in a number of Coen Brother films, including Fargo, Blood Simple, Burn After Reading and Hail, Caesar. In 2015, she won an Emmy for her role in Olive Kitteridge.

Unlike some of the other celebrities on this list, McDormand has said virtually nothing about the 2016 election. She has not been quoted as making any positive comments about Hillary Clinton or negative comments about Donald Trump.

Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler is a comedian and talk show host who currently hosts the Netflix show Chelsea. After the election of Donald Trump, Handler broke down in tears during an episode of her show.

“The election’s over and obviously the result is not what I was hoping for,” Handler said. “Like a lot of people in this country, I’m sad, I’m disappointed and I’m confused. But if Hillary can make it through a concession speech, then I’m going to make it through a stupid television show, so I’m going to.”

Handler also said she was seriously contemplating moving to Spain.

“I really, really want to move to Spain right now,” she said. “But everyone in my office is like, ‘You have a responsibility, you have a voice. You have to use it. You have to be here.'”

Uzo Aduba

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Uzo Aduba attends a screening of “American Pastoral” on October 19, 2016 in New York City. (Getty)

Uzo Aduba recently announced on Twitter that she would attend the Women’s March on Washington. She wrote, “Unity. Protection. Power. Progress. WOMEN RISE UP.”

Aduba, who stars on the Netflix show Orange is the New Black, was a supporter of Hillary Clinton and once appeared in an ad for the Democratic candidate, although the ad focused more on women’s issues and not on Hillary Clinton specifically.

“Women made up 53 percent of all voters in the last election, and yet we only make up 19.4 percent of our Congress,” Aduba says in the ad.

Aduba later appeared at a rally for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina; this took place a month before the election.

And on November 4th, Aduba formally endorsed Clinton in an opinion piece for Elle.

“Hillary Rodham Clinton is a resilient public servant seeking the highest seat in the land,” Aduba said. “When I think back on myself as a young girl sharing time with my mother, I feel how wonderful it is to witness this woman – the one who had encouraged me and many others to pump up the volume on our own lives – empower and have an impact on yet another generation. It’s a testament to her strength. It is an illustration of her commitment to this country, and it proves to each of us just how ready this first lady, this senator, this secretary of state, is to lead.”

But although she supported Hillary Clinton, Aduba said she felt Donald Trump had a realistic chance of becoming president.

“I wouldn’t say I’m sure he won’t win. If we don’t activate as a people, anything is possible,” she told Cosmopolitan in August 2016. “he power of the vote is mighty, and momentum can be even mightier. ”

Following the election of Donald Trump, Aduba indicated that she would fight against the new president.

Danielle Brooks

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Danielle Brooks at the 2016 Tony Awards Meet the Nominees Press Junket. (Getty)

Uzo Aduba won’t be the only Orange is the New Black star to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. Joining Aduba will be Danielle Brooks, who plays Taystee on the series.

Brooks endorsed Hillary Clinton in an op-ed for Bust in October 2016.

“I stand for Hillary because she’s on a mission to make this place better for all people,” Brooks said. “…I rock with her view about a woman’s right to choose what she does with her body. She is a woman—an experienced woman. A woman who is ready to serve her country and who has been serving her country for years.”

Lea DeLaria

Lea DeLaria speaks onstage at The Golden Probe Awards 2016 on October 2, 2016. (Getty)

Lea DeLaria speaks onstage at The Golden Probe Awards 2016 on October 2, 2016. (Getty)

Yet another Orange is the New Black star who will be at the Women’s March on Washington is Lea DeLaria, who plays Big Boo.

Shortly after the election of Donald Trump, DeLaria took to Instagram to say that she wanted to “pick up a baseball bat and take out every f*cking republican and independent I see.” She later deleted this post.

DeLaria also confronted a Trump supporter outside of a Hillary Clinton event in October.

“Have you noticed the shirt you’re wearing?” DeLaria asked the Trump supporter. “I think you’re a lesbian. You might want to think about voting for Hillary.”

Diane Guerrero

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Diane Guerrero attends “Orange Is The New Black” premiere at SVA Theater on June 16, 2016 in New York City. (Getty)

A fourth Orange is the New Black Star who will attend the march is Diane Guerrero, who plays Maritza Ramos on the show. She also has a role on the CW series Jane the Virgin.

Guerrero is of Colombian descent, and she revealed in a 2014 op-ed in The Los Angeles Times that her parents were deported when she was 14 years old. In the years since, she has been an advocate for immigration reform.

“It’s disheartening to see the hate speech and the divisive behavior,” Guerrero said in a May 2016 conversation with Vogue about the election. “But at the same time, I have to believe that smart people and good people of this country don’t give into that. And also [they] can get motivated by it.”

Constance Wu

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Constance Wu attends The 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards on December 11, 2016. (Getty)

Constance Wu will be attending the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st as well.

Wu is known primarily for her role on the ABC comedy series Fresh Off the Boat. She endorsed Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election, writing an op-ed about her support for the Democratic candidate for Elite Daily. 

“I passionately support Hillary Clinton for president because she has devoted her life to public service and has been willing to learn and change along the way by listening to the people she serves,” Wu said.

Wu also said in her Elite Daily article that it seemed Trump was running for president mainly to get revenge on people who were mean to him.

Speaking about the election of Donald Trump on November 16th, Wu said, “We heard a lot about some of these Rust Belt states having economic anxiety because their manufacturing jobs are going away and that’s why they voted for Trump, because he wants to get rid of NAFTA. My take on it is a lot of these jobs are going away just simply because we’re evolving with technology, and robots and computers are taking them away. But since that’s such a difficult thing to understand, often the scapegoat is immigrants and people of color, which is, I think, why you saw a lot of divisive, racist rhetoric during Trump’s campaign and why we’re seeing a rise of hate crimes toward people of color now.”

Wu has continued to stay vocal on political issues via Twitter since the election, in recent days criticizing the Republican Party for making moves to repeal Obamacare and Steve Harvey for meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore speaks onstage during the 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards on November 6, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty)

Julianne Moore speaks onstage during the 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards on November 6, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty)

Actor Julianne Moore will participate in the Women’s March on Washington.

Moore was a supporter of Hillary Clinton and appeared at a rally for the Democratic candidate in March 2016.

After the Republican National Convention, Moore said in an interview with The Huffington Post that she believes Donald Trump’s campaign is ” incredibly detrimental.”

“This ridiculous negative campaigning is not moving anything forward,” Moore said. “I didn’t hear anyone presenting Donald Trump as a leader. What I really heard them doing was taking down Hillary Clinton. Where do you win when you’re doing something like that? … “I don’t know that any society has moved forward by being exclusive and nationalistic and that’s what I’m seeing Donald Trump doing. I think it’s very negative and incredibly detrimental to us as a society.”

Since Election Day, Moore has retweeted a number of posts critical of Donald Trump, including one comparing his rise to the rise of Mussolini.

Patricia Arquette

Not only did Patricia Arquette endorse Hillary Clinton, but Hillary Clinton also endorsed Patricia Arquette. When Arquette received an Oscar in 2015 for her performance in Boyhood, she used her speech to talk about equal pay for women. Clinton later said, “I think we all cheered at Patricia Arquette’s speech at the Oscars, because she’s right—it’s time to have wage equality.”

In June 2016, Arquette said of Trump, “I do really think he’s incredibly dangerous and not very smart. Listen, my family fought in the Revolution and the Civil War. I believe in the freedom of democracy and religious tolerance. Every message that he sends out is really an anti-America message.”

Arquette will be joining the thousands of women in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st.

Cristela Alonzo

Cristela Alonzo attends the Latino In America held at Occidental College on October 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty)

Cristela Alonzo attends the Latino In America held at Occidental College on October 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty)

Cristela Alonzo is a stand-up comedian and actor who starred in the ABC series Cristela; she was the first Mexican American woman to create and star in a TV show.

A lot of celebrities didn’t really start criticizing Donald Trump until spring or summer of 2016, when it became clear he had a realistic shot at the presidency. But Alonzo was speaking out against Trump from the beginning.

In September 2015, Alonzo was starring in an improv show in Washington, D.C., and she told The Washington Post, “I’m excited to come to D.C. because here we are, almost in an election year, and I want to give a point of view that goes against people like Donald Trump. I want to say, ‘Hey, I’m coming from a people that are here in this country, that work hard and are vilified.’ It’s about telling stories from my life, explaining where I come from and dispelling whatever opinions people may have of Mexicans or Mexican-Americans.”

Danai Gurira

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Danai Gurira attends AMC presents “Talking Dead Live” for the premiere of “The Walking Dead” at Hollywood Forever on October 23, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Getty)

Danai Gurira is an actor known for her role as Michonne on The Walking Dead.

Gurira stumped for Hillary Clinton in October 2016, speaking to voters in Wisconsin. In December, she wrote an opinion piece for The Hollywood Reporter praising the cast of Hamilton for their decision to deliver a message to the incoming vice president, Mike Pence.

“It is crucial to understand the effect that the 2016 presidential campaign had on many Americans: people are scared that the divisive rhetoric used by the president-elect may be turned into legislation by our congress, and may even justify hatred and exclusion,” Gurira said. “Freedom of speech does not exist in some other parts of the world and it must be protected. We cannot allow it to be threatened here in the land of the free and the home of the brave — especially by those who bear the responsibility of leading us.”

Margo Jefferson

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Margo Jefferson attends the 2016 National Book Critics Circle Awards at The New School on March 17, 2016 in New York City. (Getty)

Margo Jefferson is a Pulitzer Prize winning writer and former theatre critic at The New York Times. She is currently a professor at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts. Her most recent book is a memoir called Negroland.

After the election of Donald Trump, Jefferson said that she felt like Americans now feel they have been given permission to be racist.

“Oh, definitely, people were clamoring for permission,” Jefferson said. “He’s made it part of a program and a vision. It’s bobbing along in the wake of ‘Make America great again.'”

Angelique Kidjo

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Angelique Kidjo attends the 54th New York Film Festival Opening Night Gala Presentation and “13th” World Premiere Red Carpet at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on September 30, 2016 in New York City. (Getty)

Angelique Kidjo is a Grammy award winning singer and songwriter who Forbes named one of the 40 most powerful celebrities in Africa.

In addition to her music, Kidjo is also an activist; she founded the Batonga Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing African girls with secondary school and higher education.

Kidjo resides in New York City and is a contributor to The New York Times.

Padma Lakshmi

Padma Lakshmi is known for being one of the hosts of the reality competition show Top Chef. She has written a number of books, including a cookbook and a memoir, and she has also had a career in modeling.

In April 2016, Lakshmi said in an interview that Trump is a racist buffoon.

“We are a country of immigrants, so to say you should put a wall up or limit certain ethnicities is sort of antithetical to what this country is about,” she said. “He himself is an immigrant of immigrant decent. Unless you are from the Cherokee nation, your ancestors are immigrants so you may be an umpteenth generation immigrant but there you are, squatting on someone else’s land.”

Hari Nef

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Hari Nef speaks on stage as The Business of Fashion presents VOICES on December 2, 2016 in Oxfordshire, England. (Getty)

Hari Nef is a transgender model and writer who frequently speaks about LGBTQ issues. When Nef was on the cover of Elle in September 2016, it was the first time a transgender woman had appeared on the cover of a major British magazine.

On November 9th, Nef took to Facebook and encouraged Trump supporters to unfollow her.

“If you voted for Donald J. Trump, you should be ashamed of yourself,” she wrote. “If you voted for Donald J. Trump, you should unfollow this page. If you voted for Donald J. Trump, you have blood on your hands.”

Monica Raymund

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Monica Raymund attends a premiere party for NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’, ‘Chicago P.D.’ and ‘Chicago Med’ at STK Chicago on November 9, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. (Getty)

Monica Raymund is an actor known for playing Ria on the Fox series Lie to Me. She currently stars on NBC’s Chicago Fire.

Raymund supported Clinton in the election, but in the days following Donald Trump’s victory, she appeared outside of the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago with two folding chairs, encouraging Trump voters to engage her in a dialogue.

“My goal is to remind people that what we have in common are nonviolent forms of expression; that hate and bigotry are nonpartisan issues,” she said.

Debra Messing

Debra Messing speaks at the Democratic National Convention. (Getty)

Debra Messing speaks at the Democratic National Convention. (Getty)

Debra Messing is an actor known primarily for her role as Grace on the NBC series Will & Grace.

Messing and some of her Will & Grace costars reunited in the fall to urge Americans to vote. Messing denied that this was a Clinton ad and said that it was simply encouraging fans to go out and vote, regardless of if they support Trump or Clinton.

“Votes are the great equalizer,” Messing told The Washington Post at the time. “It doesn’t matter if you’re wealthy, it doesn’t matter what color your skin is, or what religion you are, every vote is weighted equally and it is our greatest privilege as Americans.”

Messing has not, however, been shy about her support for Hillary and opposition to Donald Trump. She spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, and she recently engaged in a Twitter feud with actor Susan Sarandon, a Bernie Sanders supporter, when Sarandon said Clinton supporters should reach out to Trump supporters.

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    • Because, Knucklehead, they want to make America great again–that is, after all the damage Don-the-Con has already done . . . and they dont want America held hostage to Putin . . . and because the First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees their right to do so . . obviously, you’re not familiar with document . . . . as a Trump supporter, it figures.

      • Feel free to name any damage that “Don-the-Con” has done or anything he’s said to suggest that he will do damage. Eight years ago conservatives were accused of treasonous activity just for speaking against the damaging intentions to which Obama had already admitted. (Don’t forget that we were proven correct on every point.) Your ilk is lambasting one of the world’s most accomplished individuals based on mere baseless supposition.

        • His 8-year Bullshit Birtherism campaign for starters . . . his poor example to young people–multiple marriages, children born out of wedlock, self-admitted rapist . . . his ridiculing an individual with disabilities . . . he’s given his impramatur to bullying . . . and then there’s his promulgation of fake news–a genie that will never go back into the bottle . . . his unwillingness to put his wealth in a blind trust . . his refusal to release his tax returns . . . his treasonous acts against the American government by publicly asking Russian officials to hack American government officials’ computers . . . his taking Russia’s side against the U.S. government . . . I can go on ad inifinitum. Then there’s your comment “one of the world’s most accomplished individuals” OMG LMAO!! He’s a Trust Fund Baby, who typical of many who inherit great wealth instead of having had to work for it, drag businesses into the ground, a la his multiple bankruptcies . . . or feel comfortable in stiffing the laborers who work for him . . . or screaming about NAFTA while his clothing line and his steel are manufactured overseas. I’m only at the tip of the iceberg, dude. But it really doesn’t matter, as Trump himself proudly pronounced that he “could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose voters.” Hey, if you think to so little of yourself to vote for a man that thinks so little of you, that should d be your problem–unfortunately tho, it’s now everyone’s problem.

            • So, you’re saying multiple marriages and children borne out of wedlock are a good thing, as long as it’s not more than Trump has? It’s strange though, ole Bubba Clinton was burned at the stake, albeit, impeached for having an affair, and then HIllary was pilloried for staying with him. Just a tad bit o f inconsistency/ Oh well, you have your values, and I have mine.

          • Agree, like you said, just the tip of the iceburg is an understatement with all capitol letters! Still cannot believe this Clown is the President elect! Just wait and see, everything out of his mouth is a lie, and Pence is No Bargain either, look up his congressional record!
            God Help us!!!!

      • You are a moron. Let’s hope ISIS chops your head off before Trump puts an end to them. You frigging out of touch liberals

        • Trump makes ISIS more powerful everyday. His hateful rhetoric is ideal for recruiting ISIS recruits. I’m more worried about the loss of private property once Putin finishes taking over America.

            • You too generous, Lindy. Clinton and Obama don’t hold a candle to the damage Donnie has done, and he hasn’t even been sworn in yet! Way to go Donnie!!

        • Another classy, respectful, ad infinitum comment by a Trumptard. Never knew there were so many deliriously delusional people in this country.

      • The one that has done the damage to the United States and its people is the Muslim King Obama ! And ;
        His administration !
        The Democrats paid protesters to beat up an old man and old women !
        They paid them to burn and loot the streets because they are Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers ! And ;
        Now the Democrats claim that Isis will save them and coming to the United States to kill whitey ! And ;
        Wipe out Christianity.
        Pretty soon the door will be closed ! The wall will be built !
        England has escaped the locusts that spread through Europe !
        Putin with his Russian Fighters attack Isis Muslim terrorists as they were fleeing mosul and push them back into the city !
        Poland is surrounded by Armed Forces but they do not want the Muslim invasion for they are a Christian Nation !
        The Muslims claim that their God is good, but ! Yet they kill and behead God’s children and stone their women in the name of their God Allah. But ! Their God is Satan ! Lucifer !
        The king of Lies and deceit !
        The Democratic party is backed by the Muslim Brotherhood.
        The Muslim King Obama has given a billion dollars in cash to Isis Muslim Fighters ! And ;
        Now the Muslims bring their fight to the inauguration the same Democrats that demanded our guns that had a sit-in, are the same Democrats that voted for resolution 569 ,giving special rights to Muslims over all other religions.

        They almost had our country !
        We were asleep but now are awake ! We trusted the politicians to protect us they sold us for 6 pieces of silver.

        • Yeah, the wall will be built with American dollars . . . oh, that’s right, now it’s gonna be that Mexico reimburses us for it after we build it . . . keep on drinkin the Kool-Aid, kiddies!

        • Michael, I’ve never heard a single Democrat say that ISIS will save them, so that ISIS can come to America to kill “whitey.” (Can’t believe you used such a comical term as “whitey, but that’s beside the point.) Please provide me the names of these Democrats, and your sources so I can verify this story. As for Poland, it’s strange, that Obama, a so-called Muslim, just sent troops into Poland to protect the Polish people. Hmm, sounds as if someone else just might be the King of Lies and Deceit. You wear your crown well, MIchael

      • Remember when all those white people protested Oblamer’s Inaugurations in 2008 and 2012. They took to the streets and made crazy videos….Oh, yeah. That never happened. We’re adults. The tolerant left…it’s their way or else. Fascism anyone?

        • Never happened–hmm, you must have been living in a different universe the last 8 years . . . however, for the sake of discussion, you might want to ask yourself why? Of course, that would require a knowledge of history and some honest introspection . . . something Trump and his minions have yet ot demonstrate. Just admit it, as verified by his own tweets–you elected a racist, misogynistic, self-admitted rapist, repeated bankruptcy filer, in-the-pocket of Putin guy!

        • You don’t have to be President of the United States to severely undermine this nation. Trump has legitimized hate and bullying. I am glad I am not 25. I would not want to spend the next 50 or 60 years in such an environment.

  1. All of these jerks and racist slobs need to be put into 3 little row boats with no food or water and shipped off to Africa where Ebola is still rampant!!

    • Gosh, Lindy, and all you Trumpanzees are supposed to be such gentle, well-mannered citizens . . . but really all you do is rant one lie after the next . . . and when somebody calsl you on it, you have no substantiated facts to defend your rants so you resort to third-grade bullying . . . and then say, how mean and nasty the non-Trump worshipers are . . . crybaby!

      • Idiot I didn’t post any lies. Go back to your fairy tale world and quit bugging the real people that work for a living. Trump is going to be President so GET OVER IT!!! We had to put up with obummer for 8 long years while he tore the country up so you deal with it while Trump puts it back together!!

        • Thanks for proving my point, Lindy . . . and of course with all the wonderful, gracious manners that Trump and his minions are so well known for.

  2. Grab your phone and snap a photo of the list, that way you know which movies and TV shows to boycott. How stupid is a performer who alienates 1/2 their audience with useless political rants?

    • Citizens for a Progressive Education Network (PEN – promoting a vision of progressive pedagogy, acknowledges its historical influence, and advocates for its dynamic potential to impact students and their schools. Progressive education supports children both as learners and as citizens, and promotes diversity, equity, and justice in our schools and society). We ask that you please keep a list of these ten authors who support Trump and help us ban their books at your local public schools. If you own any of these books, please burn them or destroy them at your earliest convenience:
      Dinesh D’Souza, “The End of Racism”
      Ann Coulter, “In Trump We Trust”
      Roger L. Simon, “The Big Fix”
      Cal Thomas, “What Works”
      Scott Soames, “The Analytic Tradition in Philosophy”
      Robert Koons and Timothy Pickavance, “Metaphysics: The Fundamentals”
      Jay Bergman, “Meeting the Demands of Reason: The Life and Thought of Andrei Sakharov”
      Bill Bennett, “The Book of Virtues”
      R.Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., “The Death of Liberalism”
      Newt Gingrich, “Treason”

      • Sorry, absolutely can’t stand Trump, Coulter, Gingrich, as they are just a bunch of hucksters. But some of the others on the list, while I disagree with what their premise and outcomes, it is not slanderous innuendo, blatant lies, and snake oil salesman crap like the other 3 write. But, most of all, I don’t believe in banning books. You do something like that, and all the sudden Cornell West and other open-minded, free thinkers and scholars will be banned too.

      • What about Saul Alinski’s “Rules for Radicals”. The communist guide book that both Obama & Hillary follow ? Have you even read Obama’s books.

        BTW I just looked at Obama’s posted Birth Certificate online. Can you explain the straight lines in all four corners in the unbroken “security field” background ? The continious Security Field around all the edges prevents any interruption of the Security Pattern that borders the document. Obama’s B.C. has 4 straight lines horizontally across the security pattern field… It proves tampering.

        Of course the truth wouldn’t interest any Progressives, Liberals or other assorted traitors. The truth is out there for anyone not wanting to promote their own agenda.

  3. Any of these people have the right to express themselves but I find their actions to be tasteless and crass right now. They act as though the election can be somehow invalidated. You know what would have been really sad? To see Hillary Clinton bulldoze her way into the Oval Office with her history of lying, arrogance, and mishandling the power of the previous office she had- Secretary of State. Benghazi might not make many cringe anymore but that is her legacy. She lied about it, just as she lied about so many other things including the way she handled sensitive data on an illegal server. Again, to many they are willing to overlook this without considering just how serious that was. Getting the debate questions in advance?? Running Bernie Sanders off the campaign trail? She wouldn’t stop at anything yet due process, our system of election put another person in office. Hoping he fails and trying to sabotage his efforts now is like chopping a hole in your lifeboat.

    • But you find Trump’s pussy grabbing classy, right? You find his taking the Fifth Amendment 93 times in his first divorce as the personification of decency? You find ridiculing the disabled a mark of integrity? Pretty selective ethics on your part, I’d say. Trump is merely the Kremlin Employee of the Month.

  4. Shame on c.lewis hollyweirs in this case of president elect
    . We the people ,that are not on the democrats plantation as free people we do not have someone tell us who to vote for or to see.what have you done for Americans blAck or white. Move out into the hood. Shame using civil rights to attack a man .the dems are using you. I hope my brothers and sisters wake up to this political game.

  5. It is nice to know who I should boycott. Some of them I have no Idea who they are. But will keep my list to add to it. I am an senior citizen and will never go to movies or buy any products associated with these people who are out of touch with real people.

  6. This falls into the “Who Cares” category. Anyone who blindly takes the advice from people who make a living (and a very wealthy living) pretending to be someone else, should have their voting rights revoked.

    • Probably the same place you were when Trump was grabbing pussies. What’s the hang up on geography? Although, I will give you that Bill and Monica were consensual. Can’t say the same about Donnie Boy.

  7. I hardly know most of these people and I am sure after they make total fools of themselves I will make sure to remember the ones that I do know even less. You can’t fix stupid, not even with duct tape.

  8. The List, as I will refer to, is my guideline of whom I do not wish to see perform anymore! Children born out of wedlock, rape, these are examples of the lies the liberals want to spread. Folks were afraid to speak out during the Obama Rule. Not so much this time. He will be the President of the United States so get over it folks.

  9. I think the Hollywood elite should all be boycotted! They have forgotten who has paid their bills all these years. The people have supported them and without the people going to their movies, Concerts, Shows whatever they may be they will go broke themselves! When the People have spoken by saying they want Mr. Trump as their next President of the United States of America then everyone should RESPECT the LAW! Stop! Trying to over rule the LAW! Get the heck out of the way and let our next President Mr. Trump make America Great Again! You republicans need to stop supporting these Hollywood elites and focus on the ones who have supported our new President Donald Trump. Maybe if we are lucky these trouble makers will all move the heck out of our Country! We don’t need people like this stirring up trouble. Also I wish our Men in Blue would screen these trouble makers and every time they go anywhere ticket them lol. I’d also like to say Thank You Mr. Trump for being our next President and Congrats! America loves you and Supports You, God Bless You & Your Family & America. We Bikers for Trump Stand Strong For You!!

  10. They can protest, whine, bleat all they want, it changes nothing. As for Hillary, she’s a crook plain and simple, anyone with eyes who is even the least bit honest with themselves can see that. I can’t respect anyone who could possibly defend her, let alone think she’d be a good president. When she lost, she didn’t even have the stones to face her supporters directly, why? Because she doesn’t care about them! She cares about Hillary. First, and foremost.

    So much for ‘laying down our differences’, being ‘stronger together’. Bunch of hypocrites all of them. They’re mad because they didn’t get their way, maybe that’s the problem, been too used to getting whatever they want for 8 years. All that flak Trump got for not committing to accepting the election results. Libs destroy their credibility at every turn.

    Obama brought us hope for the first time in 8 years, he’s leaving office!

    Time for REAL hope.

    Time for REAL change.

    God Bless DJT, God Bless America.