Another reason to vote for Donald Trump

Okay, #NeverTrumpers, I understand your reluctance to vote for Donald Trump (R) for president of the U.S.  But now here is some news that will convince you to happily pull that lever for Donald Trump.  And to encourage other wavering individuals to do so also.

Acclaimed singer Barbra Streisand is joining the list of disgruntled celebrities threatening to leave America if Donald Trump is elected president. She made the comments during an interview with Sydney-based journalist Michael Usher during an Australian news program broadcast on Sunday.

“He has no facts. I don’t know, I can’t believe it,” Streisand said, referring to Trump. “I’m either coming to your country [Australia], if you’ll let me in, or Canada.

A “thrilled” Hillary Clinton supporter, Streisand has spent the last few weeks campaigning for her preferred candidate.

But wait...there are even more reasons to vote for Trump!  Promising to join Streisand's voluntary self deportation at personal, not government expense, are other completely documented legal citizens who are so out of the shadows that they've never been in them.  They are the oh so tolerant, so open minded, such believers in diversity, pluralism and multi culturalism liberal public personalities who will only remain in this country if you agree with them and vote the way they want you to.  Their dislike of Trump is so intense and they are so narrow minded and intolerant that they are willing to become illegal--but fully documented--immigrants in another country and join those other migrants from Africa and the Mideast in Europe.  

Here’s a full list of leftist stars, has-beens, loud-mouthed actors, and D-list celebrities who have said they’ll leave America if Trump is elected:

  • Lena Dunham
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Cher
  • Jon Stewart
  • Raven Symone
  • Natasha Lyonne
  • Omari Hardwick
  • Spike Lee
  • Chloë Sevigny
  • Eddie Griffin
  • George Lopez
  • Al Sharpton
  • Neve Campbell
  • Rosie O'Donnell
  • Whoopi Goldberg
  • Chelsea Handler

Well,  their absence here would certainly Make America Great Again!  And the other countries can have them even if they don't want them.  Hopefully they won't return them to the U.S.

Yeah, yeah, we've heard promises like this before, especially prior to the election of George W. Bush, but alas, the're still here.  (So you expected liberals to keep their promise?)

Recently, a spate of Hollywood luminaries have threatened to go into self-imposed exile should George W. Bush be elected to the nation’s top post in November. Director Robert Altman kicked off the trend earlier this month, when he announced his intention to move to France should Bush defeat Al Gore.

“If George Bush is elected president, I’m leaving for France,” said the director, speaking from France.

Not to be outdone, Alec Baldwin, the “biggest moralist” Kim Basinger knows, threatened to follow suit. A tentative Basinger then realized: “I guess I would have to go too.” The foiled Baldwin has since retracted his earlier statement.

But even foreign Americans are jumping on the bandwagon. Elton John, speaking at a fundraiser for the vice president, expressed his concern about America, a place where “hundreds of friends live.” Stating that he “did not want this country to have to live under George W. Bush,” John declared himself to be “a great believer in the vice president,” adding “His views completely coincide with mine.”

John, a British subject, is not eligible to run for office in the U.S. However, should his self-described surrogate be defeated in November, we may experience an unexpected boon in “celebrity” defections.

You will not be surprised at all to learn that Baldwin is still a legal citizen and resident of the U.S. and that Altman also remained in this country until he died (and no, George W. Bush was not the cause of his death) and is even buried in this country – in California.

As for John, well, he is still holed up in post-Brexit England. 

So if/when Trump is elected, with the help of the #NeverTrumpers, and the tolerant (did I mention that liberals are tolerant as long as you agree with them?) celebrities remain (and they will!), whining why they can't be documented legal emigrants, at least we can remind them of their failed promise and encourage them to fulfill it.  

Also, as a final push to vote for Trump, imagine how even more intolerable they'll become should Hillary ("what difference does it make?") win.