Stars Sign On For Anti-Donald Trump Campaign
Overall, the general consensus at the DNC (and beyond — definitely right here on this site) is that Donald Trump must NOT enter The White House next year. Celebs attending the Democratic convention are so passionate about keeping the Donald out of Washington that they’ve signed on specifically to champion that cause.
Among those pledging their allegiance against the Donald were America Ferrara, Lena Dunham, Kerry Washington, Meryl Streep, and ‘Breaking Bad’ star Bryan Cranston. Via Page Six:
Bryan Cranston, who played President Lyndon B. Johnson on Broadway and HBO, appeared on a civil rights panel with 1960s-era activists and signed on to an anti-Donald Trump campaign with more than 100 other celebrities at the Democratic National Convention.
Cranston was joined by Julianne Moore, Kerry Washington, Mark Ruffalo, Neil Patrick Harris, Shonda Rhimes and Macklemore in calling on Americans to deny Trump the White House. It’s part of MoveOn.org’s “United Against Hate” effort.
The “Breaking Bad” star pledged his support for Clinton during the panel discussion, which touched on the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party’s fight against the state’s all-white delegation at the 1964 Democratic convention.
Cranston’s film “All the Way” chronicles the tumultuous struggle that led to passage of the Civil Rights Act. Cranston said sharing the stage with the activists who played real-life roles in civil rights history made him feel like a “cubic zirconia on a stage with diamonds.”
Looks like everyone is on this “Anyone but Trump” wave. Hopefully people turn out in droves on election day to make sure to put their vote where their mouths are…