Thank goodness we have another celebrity who gets it!
Most of HollyWEIRD is full of far-left loons. But not all of it. There are a handful of celebrities who have spoken out in defense of Trump, or at the very least against his critics.
This is includes the following:
And today I’m proud to add one of my favorite comedians! Super funnyman Kevin Hart!
Hart made headlines today by saying he would not insult or joke about Trump because he wasn’t about to alienate his audience! Exactly right Mr. Hart! Middle America loves President Trump, and we’re the people who buy all your movie tickets and show tickets! Finally a celebrity who gets it!
Here’s more of the report, from Breitbart:
Stand-up comedy superstar and Hollywood A-lister Kevin Hart is willing to crack jokes on just about any topic, except politics.
In an interview with Variety published this week to promote his new book, the What Now star explains why avoiding politically-charged comedy keeps him from “alienating” a portion of his audience.
“When you jump into that political realm you’re alienating some of your audience,” Hart said.
“The world today, it’s really not a laughing matter. It’s serious,” he added. “I don’t want to draw attention to things I don’t have nice things to say about.”
Hart’s films, including 2016’s Central Intelligence and the Ride Along franchise, have grossed nearly $1.5 billon domestically. The 37-year-old actor reportedly commands $10 million per film.
With a slew of successful stand-up specials under his belt, a bevy of blockbuster films slated for release — including a Jumanji remake debuting in December and a Great Outdoors remake in the works — the Hartbeat Productions boss says he wants to become an Oprah Winfrey-like media mogul.
“He’s a legitimate, bankable movie star,” Ron Meyer, vice chairman of NBCUniversal, told Variety. “He’s one of the few stars left that brings people into theaters.”
“He’s going to build companies and invest in companies and do the things that Oprah and LeBron James do, where they don’t just do their craft — they create industries,” added Dave Becky, Hart’s manager.