Hollywood Celebrities’ Latest Ploy Against Trump

Liberal elites in Hollywood made video after video talking down to the American people.

They’ve given “brave” anti-Trump speeches at awards shows (in front of hundreds of people that agree with them).

But now, Hollywood is taking its hatred of Trump a step further.

WME-IMG, a talent agency which represents many Hollywood elites announced that it was forming a national Political Action Committee (PAC).

WME-IMG represents several actors of the Broadway show, Hamilton, which earlier this year lectured Vice President Pence about “diversity” after he attended the show.

In a memo to their clients on Tuesday, WME-IMG wrote:

“This company’s greatest asset is the diversity of our backgrounds and beliefs. Please know that we will do everything in our power to support and protect this diversity now and in the months and years ahead.”

CEO Ari Emanuel, brother of Democrat Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel, was a major contributor to Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016.

Another company, United Talent Agency (UTA), which represents stars including Gwyneth Paltrow, Barbara Steisand, and Judd Apatow, has also announced it’s jumping on the anti-Trump bandwagon with a $250,000 commitment.

So far, Hollywood has been largely unsuccessful using their “influence” to impose their radical views on Americans.

With the launch of this PAC, more will be using their deep pockets to oppose President Trump’s policies every step of the way.