Butthurt Celebs Are Hosting a 'Counter-Protest' To Trump's SOTU Address


A whole bunch of anti-Trump celebrities are continuing their longstanding habit of doing absolutely nothing effective by launching a “counter-protest” event opposing Trump’s upcoming State of the Union address.

The Hill explains:

Mark Ruffalo and a bevy of Hollywood fixtures — including director Michael Moore, “The View’s” Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, and “Sex and the City’s” Cynthia Nixon — are participating in a star-studded counter-event to President Trump’s State of the Union.

The so-called “People’s State of the Union” will be held on Monday, the night before Trump’s address to Congress on Jan. 30.

We’re sure this latest celebrity temper tantrum will have exactly as much effect as that time they wore all black to the Golden Globeslaunched PSAs about hating Trump, sang about loving Hillary Clinton, sang songs about how they hate Trump, sang yet more songs about hating Trump, made fun of Trump’s wife during an awards show, threatened to kill Trump, and launched a (1) whole (2) slew (3) of #hashtag campaigns against Trump, all of which accomplished exactly...nothing.

But hey, maybe 5,473rd times a charm?

Then again, when you get paid millions to have your photo-shopped face splashed all across Page Six, maybe you do really have that much free time on your hands.

(Cover Photo: GabboT)

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