These Trump endorsers finally convinced me to support The Donald

Finally, some prominent endorsers for Donald Trump for president were so convincing that I agreed--yes, Donald Trump would make America great again!

No, I don't mean failed Republican presidential candidate New Jersey's Governor Chris Christie announcement on Friday that he was supporting Donald Trump. Sure, his state is home to Bruce Springsteen and the Jersey Boys but they probably wouldn't vote for any Republican. 

But the Reverend Al Sharpton convinced me to vote for Donald Trump, saying 

"If Donald Trump is the nominee, I'm open to support anyone [else], while I'm also reserving my ticket to get out of here if he wins, only because he’d probably have me deported anyway," Sharpton said. 

YES!  Al Sharpton buying a ticket "to get out of here" and live in another country--if he could actually find one to take him--would really be a major step to Make America Great Again!  Of course Sharpton might have a slight problem leaving the country considering he owes $4,000,000 or so in unpaid taxes to the Federal and New York state governments. 

And why is he not being prosecuted for this?  The IRS can be very nasty about this.  Oh, right, he is a Democrat and the IRS only goes after conservatives.

OK, you can't take Trump.  Well, here is another reason to vote for any Republican presidential nominee.  Raven-Symone, one of the hosts of TV's insult to women, The View, (yeah, I know, I don't watch it either but the media is crowded with their constant outrageously empty observations and antics), promised

“My confession for this election is if any Republican gets nominated, I’m going to move to Canada with my entire family,” she proclaimed. “I already have my ticket. I literally bought my ticket, I swear.”

“You’re not a citizen, you know, of Canada,” noted Joy Behar.

“It’s OK. I’ll make it. I’ll make it. I’ll figure that out,” responded Symone.

I told you the program's hosts are outrageously empty.  And not too bright.  Or something.  Maybe Symone could take her co hosts with her.  Not that Canada would take them, of course.  

But alas, these are just more empty words from empty liberals; the same ones, the same kind who threatened to leave the USA if George W. Bush (R) were elected.  As Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass noted then in a December, 2000 column 

Barbra Streisand might leave us.

She first threatened us in 1992, when Bill Clinton was running, saying that if George Herbert Walker Bush won the election, she'd leave the country. Since she's so high on Gore, she must have an allergy to Bush's son.

Prepare yourselves. If Bush wins, Babs will abandon us. She might take Rosie O'Donnell with her.

That would just about kill all reasonable hopes for a Barbra Streisand-Neil Diamond reunion concert.

She's not the only one. Director Robert Altman would feel compelled to go too. And actor Alec Baldwin--who last graced this column with his public demand that a mob stone U.S. Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Ill.) to death--would flee.

So would Baldwin's wife, Kim Basinger.

Hollywood would be devastated by a plethora of fleeing.

Pretty-boy actor Matt Damon, who says George Bush "is kind of like Fredo," also might be encouraged to leave America, especially by me, if he keeps using the "Godfather" Fredo comparison.

Everybody knows that Fredo is reserved for the mayor of Chicago, as in "Mayor Fredo," and I claimed dibs first.

Rock fans also would be wounded by a Bush presidency. Eddie Vedder, the lead singer of the great rock 'n' roll group Toe Jam, would definitely become an ex-American.

They are just a few of the celebrities who have threatened that they would live in another country if a Bush becomes president.

"I'm frightened to think of a Republican in office, especially one raised by a father who was in the CIA," Vedder told USA Today back in August, revealing his impressive wit. "I'm moving to a different country if little Damien II gets elected."

Altman threatened us as he attended a film festival in France earlier this year, declaring his fealty to the Democratic Party.

"If George Bush is elected president, I'm leaving for France," Altman told reporters, adding that Bush would be a "catastrophe for the whole world."

Now Altman has a movie about a gynecologist suffering from a midlife crisis, starring Richard Gere, and that's not a catastrophe?

Everybody knows rich gynecologists are Republicans. Why couldn't Altman make a movie about a Democratic podiatrist with a midlife crisis and call it "A Foot Doctor Named Lou," for example?

Another celebrity threat was delivered a few months ago by Basinger, who told the German magazine Focus she would leave America with her hubby in the event of a Bush victory. The story was picked up by The Associated Press.

"I can very well imagine that Alec makes good on his threat. And then I'd probably go too. ... Alec is the biggest moralist that I know," she told the magazine. "He stands completely behind what he says."

Baldwin immediately demanded a correction. Then Focus demanded a retraction of the correction. They showed a transcript of the Basinger interview.

"My wife and I never said, unequivocally, that we would leave the country if Bush won," Baldwin whined to the New York Daily News.

But darnn, not one of them left; they are all still residents of the USA, still making millions, still complaining.  

Oh, and by the way, how many prominent Republicans throw a temper tantrum, whining they will self deport if a Democrat is elected president?  More proof, not that it is needed, that liberals are intolerant and narrow minded.  

But there is still hope we can wish bye bye to Sharpton and Symone.