Celebrities, Democrats, athletes, Millennials and hardcore liberals continue to attempt to delegitimize Trump, divide our country and disrupt a peaceful transition of power in the government. They have run the gamut of accusations and excuses and now blame Russian hackers for Hillary Clinton’s overwhelming loss. The Russians and the U.S. have engaged in government interference and espionage my entire lifetime. It is nothing new, only now, it is with electronic social media. Julian Assange, if believed, has stated his WikiLeaks information did not come from the Russian government hackers, but hinted it came from within the U.S., perhaps the DNC.
Those celebrities, musicians, athletes, mainstream media and businesses who slander Trump and his supporters and who display total disdain for the U.S. and our Constitution should by boycotted. We as Americans do not need counsel from those who are paid millions by fans to be entertained and who spend most of their adult lives pretending to be someone they are not. We will not be bullied and shamed into forfeiting our constitutional right to freedom of speech and to vote for whomever we choose.
If Americans cannot unite and pull together in support of our elected commander in chief and his cabinet, we risk further weakening the United States in the eyes of our enemies. Those in congress and government who refuse and deny a peaceful transition of power should be voted out at first opportunity. If we fail to unite our country, I fear our democracy and freedoms will not survive.
— Marian Keller, Glendive