The rags-to-riches Harry Potter writer is a fierce critic of Donald Trump, calling him "ignorant" and a "giant orange Twitter egg." She has now started taunting fans who disagree with her politics.
Nobel Prize-winner and voice of the New York bien pensant, York York Times opinion writer Paul Krugman predicted right after the election: “It really does now look like President Donald J. Trump, and markets are plunging. When might we expect them to recover?” Krugman said. “If the question is when markets will recover, a first-pass answer is never.”
A little more than two months after Trump's election, the Dow Jones broke 20,000, setting a new record in what many called the "Trump Rally" or "Trump Bump."
KATY PERRY ✔@katyperryTHE REVOLUTION IS COMING.
12:46 AM - 9 Nov 2016
This pathological attention-seeker who specializes in the comedy of the grotesque was actually taken seriously for a few minutes during February '17 with her ALL-CAP tweet for a military coup against the Trump administration: "WAKE UP & JOIN THE RESISTANCE. ONCE THE MILITARY IS W US FASCISTS GET OVERTHROWN. MAD KING & HIS HANDLERS GO BYE BYE." Silverman later tried to "walk back" (entertainment jargon for "Came to and read her tweet," or "Heard back from her manager who read the tweet") the seditious screed.
A sad reminder that even intelligent-appearing actors may simply be good readers of smart people's words, Don Cheadle has attacked Trump in pedestrian tweets, such as "Your are truly a POS."
Marshall Bruce Mathers III calls Trump a "bitch" in one song. See more here. Mathers, who has a record of legal issues and drug problems, was also reportedly investigated by the U.S. Secret Service for a possible threat against President. George W. Bush.
Known for her roles as the "girl next door," Stone sucked her thumb until the age of 11, then became a metaphorical member of the liberal Hollywood thumb-sucking set when she declared her upset at Donald Trump being elected President (no doubt with the help of many millions of Americans who both voted for Trump and also bought tickets to Stone movies such as "Marmaduke.") "'I think it's a real wake up call and chance for us to all unite and do the very, very best we can to speak out and be brave,' she said." Stone also emotes in the infamous I Will Survive celebrity video, which can be seen here.
Mr. Manson, born Brian Hugh Warner, said he did not plan to vote for either candidate in the 2016 Presidential Election, as "neither one of them appeal to me.” However, media reports claim the man beheaded in Manson's SAY10 resembles Donald Trump. See more here.
Strictly speaking, Zoe Saldana is not a fan of Donald Trump. But neither does she like the "adorable" attitude by many in Hollywood. "'We got cocky and became arrogant and we also became bullies,' the 38-year-old actress said of Trump, who has been frequently berated himself for bullying tactics, including seemingly mocking a reporter with disabilities. 'We were trying to single out a man for all these things he was doing wrong... and that created empathy in a big group of people in America that felt bad for him and that are believing in his promises.'" See the story here.
Mr. Wayne, born Dewayne Michael Carter Jr., counts himself among the ranks of entrepreneurs for Trump. “I’m rich and so is Trump so it only makes sense that i go with who got the most money, these taxes kicking my ass and Trump don’t pay taxes only broke folks gone vote for Hillary," he said here.