CP| Since the entertainment world is run by liberals, A-list celebrities have been too afraid to sign on to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration because they feel that they would be risking their careers in doing so. As a result, Trump’s inauguration committee has had a very tough time booking anyone for the January 20 event.
This week, it was announced that Barack Hussein Obama will be rubbing this in Trump’s face by holding an A-list bash at the White House right around the time of the inauguration. Occupy Democrats reported that guests at the event will include Oprah Winfrey, music heavyweights Beyonce and Jay-Z, actor Samuel L. Jackson, world-famous singer Stevie Wonder, Academy Award-winning actor Bradley Cooper, and directors J.J. Abrams and George Lucas.
Clearly, Obama is trying to show that while average Americans love Trump, Hollywood elites still love him.
The Obamas have enjoyed spending millions of our tax dollars on A-list Hollywood bashers during their time in office. Back in 2014, Today Show host Al Roker opened up about how wild the White House party was for Michelle’s 50th birthday.
“I gotta tell you, it was literally a house party. It was a house party that happened to be in the White House,” Roker said. “There were all these stars which was kind of terrific in fact for a while there I thought who are all these kids and it turns out Sasha and Malia invited a lot of their friends so there were a lot of young people.”
Michelle’s party was attended by Obama-loving celebrities like actress Ashley Judd, Disney CEO Bob Iger, designer Donna Karen, and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.
On his show on Tuesday night, Bill O’Reilly explained that there is a “reverse McCarthyism going on in the entertainment industry” that has intimidated singers from showing support for Trump in any way.
“If you are a Trump supporter, you are a bad person, and a number of entertainers believe their careers will be harmed, should they associate with the new Trump administration,” O’Reilly said, according to Daily Beast. “Again, that is terrible, an awful state of affairs.”