As the date for the meeting of the Electoral College nears, at least one of its members has had it with Hollywood flacks urging them to vote for someone other than President-elect Donald Trump.
Clip via Fox News Channel
Elector Brian Fairbrother, one of 16 Republican electors representing Michigan, appeared on “Fox & Friends” and said that despite the wailing coming from Hollywood’s elite, he intends to “support Donald Trump” when they meet Monday.
“I’m truly surprised that so many celebrities feel that they are smarter than the American people,” he told host Brian Kilmeade.
Fairbrother, who founded ElectorsForTrump.com, also indicated that he received 250 letters urging him to vote for someone other than Trump the day before his appearance.
Folks on social media weren’t so surprised at Hollywood’s reaction.
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@foxandfriends those insignificant Hollywood twits live in their own little make-believe world. Ironic that they would even try to be real!!
— Betsy Young (@Littleone619) December 16, 2016
@jososs @foxandfriends ? should boycott all the nasty celebrities who think they are smarter than everyone else
— One Woman (@Outofnames) December 16, 2016
@foxandfriends @careerdr well they ARE qualified becuz they play dress up and regurgitate lines somebody else wrote…
— Black_Raven135 (@RosaleeAdams) December 17, 2016
@foxandfriends @OttawaPolitico absolutely!!!
The folks voted
Now losers shaking every bush for an excuse to throw ?? basket back in Nile?
— Duane Allen (@DuaneABentley) December 17, 2016
One tweep wondered what all the fuss was about, given a threat they’d made about there election.
.@foxandfriends @fawn_mac … I thought all them celebrities were going to leave the country… #lmStillWaiting
— John Michael Sharp (@jmikesharp) December 16, 2016
“M*A*S*H’s Mike Farrell, one of the actors depicted in the video urging electors to change their vote, tried to support his decision to Fox News host Tucker Carlson. He failed miserably.
Another Michigan elector, Harley-riding Jim Rhoades, told Fox Business Network host Neil Cavuto that the campaign to get Republican Electoral College members to change their vote was “pure crap.”
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