Recently, undereducated Hollywood celebrities have openly backed the latest DNC pick with their overpaid salaries: Stacey Abrams.
Abrams, who has made a career out of challenging voter integrity, has enjoyed the support of various diehard leftist stars, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Lance Bass, Barbara Streisand, and a number of other Democrat blowhards.
In addition to overpaid actors, a number of prominent directors have also been associated with the campaign of the Democrat Party’s latest puppet, with “Star Trek” director J.J. Abrams and “Schindler’s List” director Steven Spielberg donating $50,000 each.
Most celebrities and Hollywood executives preach “green energy” while flying private jets, which makes their support of candidates such as Ms. Abrams sadly logical for the Democrat Party of today, given her own twisted perception of what voter integrity entails.
However, Hollywood heavyweights are hardly the only prominent backers of Abrams’s campaign.
Nefarious George Soros, the shady billionaire long since linked to a number of dark dealings that contravene democracy across the West, has reportedly donated at least $2.5M to the anti-voter integrity candidate to date.
Despite limitations on individual contributions to candidates, Soros is able to navigate around transparency laws by donating via various Democrat-allied PACs and other organizations.
Alongside Soros, multiple so-called progressive activists in California, including Karla Jurveston, has also sent millions to Abrams.
Similar to their Hollywood counterparts, Big Tech and other Silicon Valley executives tend to live lavish lifestyles filled with carbon emissions, though they collectively push an untenable green agenda, including untenable costs, on hardworking Americans.
While Abrams is enjoying millions in donations for doing little more than spew hate, she has made a number of missteps on the campaign trail, such as dismissing Georgia as “the worst state in the country to live in.”
It remains unclear how such statements are meant to endear Abrams to Georgian constituents.
Fortunately, Governor Brian Kemp maintains a commanding lead over the extremist Abrams. However, vigilant voting at the midterms in November remains critical for offsetting Democrat antics with mail-in ballots.