Hollywood’s Biggest Moonbat Actors Are All In For Hillary 2016

Hollywood's Biggest Moonbat Actors Are All In For Hillary 2016


Hollywood Moonbat Actors Are All In For Hillary 2016…

Hillary should run as the ‘Vagina Monologue’ candidate.

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Via The Hill

A number of notable celebrities are already throwing their support behind 2016 presidential contenders.


Most of the famous faces are solidly in Hillary Clinton’s camp, with a host of celebs, including actress Lena Dunham and NBA icon Magic Johnson, taking to Twitter to show their support for the Democratic front-runner after she entered the race.


But a few stars, including Willie Robertson from A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” have favorites on the GOP side as well. The CEO of Duck Commander is a big supporter of his home-state Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.), a potential contender.


The Hill is keeping a list of prominent stars and the 2016 hopefuls they are supporting.




Uzo Aduba — The actress from Netflix’s hit “Orange is the New Black” tweeted her support for Clinton.


Clay Aiken — The “American Idol” who fell short in his own bid for Congress last year initially panned Clinton’s announcement video on Twitter. “Hillary, I love you. But why are you the stiffest and most scripted looking person in this video,” he wrote. He confirmed his support for Clinton in a later tweet.

Kat Dennings — The “2 Broke Girls” actress tweeted “Hillary” after Clinton’s announcement.


Lena Dunham — The “Girls” creator and star took to Instagram to post the famous picture of Clinton reading her BlackBerry. Dunham’s caption read: “This is Hillary reading a text from me that says, ‘With you every step of the way, gurl’ #mypresident.” More

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