Prominent actors, writers and thinkers joined a "Stop Hate Dump Trump" campaign to denounce the billionaire Republican presidential frontrunner, saying he is a threat to the United States.

Actors Harry Belafonte, Kerry Washington and Jane Fonda, filmmaker Jonathan Demme and intellectual Noam Chomsky are among those lending their support to the drive to prevent Donald Trump getting into the White House.

"We are offering Americans a chance to be heard and engage in action, as Trump's campaign gains momentum even as he increases his hateful and divisive rhetoric," said playwright Eve Ensler, one of three cofounders.

"We also intend to put the media and political institutions on notice that they are accountable for normalizing Trump's extremism by treating it as entertainment, by giving it inordinate and unequal air time and by refusing to investigate, interrogate or condemn it appropriately."

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She should of been dealt with during Viet Nam instead of our liberal government allowing her to come back here. She should of been kicked out of the county. And Trump has enough money to deal with those people

Boy Levin, Beck, Fonda, Dole, Hatch, democrats, PURE CONSERVATIVES are all ganging up on Trump that is quite a coalition.

Levin has been accused of providing 'Talk Radio' support for Trump. Levin isn't ganging up on Trump. However, recently he has voiced his objection to the underhanded Cruz comments. He also objects to Trump's expanding the Ethanol boondoggle. That's one of the reasons you're seeing the GOP establishment changing their minds about Trump. That's NOT a good sign IMHO. 

I ask, What happened to the anti-establishment Donald Trump that got him the HUGE popularity? Who's anti-establishment now? Certainly NOT him if he's choosing to negotiate DEALS with the RINOs. DC doesn't need deal makers, we've had enough of that capitulation crap for 7 years.

Three "artists" who will never, ever, ever again be played in my home. Harry - you are a SOB! I listened to you in college, my husband sent me your Christmas album in 1973 - but now - you are never again part of my life. You "artists" need to realize that your legacy is not just musical. It is your sanity - and you are all insane!

Will that dumb"B" ever get anything right

Hanoi Jane is the one who needs to be dumped - -how about deep-six-in-cement-shoes!

Who cares what that washed up b***h says?

He was right about Hollywood long ago. John Wayne and a few others were the only ones that weren't communists. In the Book Dupes written after the fall of the USSR when the KGB files were opened for all to see. It was discovered just how deep the infection of communism was in Hollywood. It, communism, is still very active there and controls what is done and said there. NEVER trust Hollywood when it inserts itself into politics. People should do as they did with Tarantino. Show how we feel with our wallets. Boycott them. That's the only way to hurt these traitors in Hollywood.

Their flag will be the red flag with a hammer and  cycle.





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