Rob Lowe pushes PC-bashing Seinfeld for president, and social media cheers!

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld touched a national nerve with a recent remark about staying away from college campuses due to political correctness — and he continues to stress how it’s hurting comedy.

And while liberals are not thrilled with that stance, actor Rob Lowe loves it.

In fact, in a quest to bring an end to “PC Tyranny,” Lowe thinks Seinfeld should run for president, as seen here on Twitter:

“I don’t play colleges, but I hear a lot of people tell me, ‘Don’t go near colleges, they’re so PC,’” Seinfeld said in a radio interview last week. He went on to say young people use words like “racist” and “sexist,” but they “don’t even know what they’re talking about.”

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After the past six and a half years, some social media users actually like the idea of Seinfeld being president — particularly if Lowe agrees to run on the same ticket.

While Lowe may have bit off more than he can chew, he did a sterling job portraying President John F. Kennedy in the TV movie “Killing Kennedy,” based on the book by Bill O’Reilly.

Here’s a sampling of responses to his tweet from Twitter:


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