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Hollywood Celebrities React With Disgust to Day One of the RNC

Celebrities weren't happy with the RNC


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Several Hollywood celebrities have expressed disgust and dismay after the first day of the Republican National Convention.

Celebrities are notorious for being completely out of touch with us ‘normal’ every day Americans.

That never stops them from giving their two cents on American politics.

Of course, they have every right to, as this is a free country.

However, maybe the celebrities didn’t like the content at the RNC because it wasn’t aimed at them at all.

Maybe, it was aimed at real every day Americans.

Celebrity reaction to the RNC was luke warm at best...

Bette Midler on President Donald Trump

Alyssa Milano attacks Tim Scott

Eloquent words from Rob Reiner

Former D-list celebrity and current crazy person Kathy Griffin had plenty to say

Wow, what stunning and intellectual insight from Kathy Griffin.

All Americans could learn so much by listening to her...

These celebrities fail to realize that they do not represent most of America.

As Fox News' Mollie Hemingway points out, this RNC was built for 'average Americans,' not celebrities:

The first night of the Republican National Convention provided a platform for "average Americans" to share "the philosophy that leads them to support the Republican Party," Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway told "The Ingraham Angle" Monday.

"I thought last week that a lot of the problems that Democrats had for the convention was related to how it was a virtual convention and the Republicans would have similar trouble as he put on their convention," Hemingway said. "There was no comparison between the RNC tonight and the Democratic convention, the first night last week.

"I think it's all about the substance."

Hemingway, a senior editor at The Federalist, cited powerful remarks from "everyday Americans" who shared their personal stories with the country.

"For me what was really striking were all these stories from average Americans talking about the philosophy that leads them to support the Republican Party," she said.

"They brought it forth in all sorts of different ways, but also the frustration with the leftist mobs, the media, and these were coming from normal people. Not celebrities.

The big difference between the RNC and the DNC is that the Republicans addressed real people with real problems.

The Democrats just pushed some B-list celebrities out on a virtual stage to voice their self-serving views of the country.

The other major difference: The RNC pushed a message of 'hope' rather than despair.



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