Conservatives Team Up For Hilarious Parody Video Of “Self-Important Hollywood Celeb” Political Videos
Every presidential campaign will provide one annoying feature: lots and lots of Hollywood celebrities voicing their opinion on the matter.
These peace-loving, environment-friendly actors don’t seem to understand that they could make a larger difference working with non-profits that voicing their opinions on camera.
Whether it’s Martin Sheen or James Franco, these actors seem to forget that not all of the monologue coming out of their mouths hasn’t been written by an expert. In return, the responses they’ll get back also haven’t been written.
It must be difficult living in their mansions, surrounded by yes-men. Otherwise, they’d know their place a little better than they do. Now conservatives are firing back…
Dear members of our entertainment community.
A handful of conservative media stars—Guy Benson, S.E. Cupp, Mary Katherine Ham, Katie Pavlich, and Mollie Hemingway—collaborated to create their own video, entitled, “A Special Message to Predictable, Self-Important Hollywood Celebrities.”
“Dear members of the entertainment community, we know that you’re more famous than any of us,” began the video, in a rotating monologue-style fashion. The video continues to remind these A-listers that their only goal and purpose is to entertain, not to inform.
Twitter user Nigel Bennett managed, to sum up, what we’re all thinking in regards to…
“You exist for my entertainment. Some of you are great eye candy. Some of you can deliver a line with such conviction that you bring tears to my eyes. Some of you can scare the crap out of me…
“But you all have one thing in common, you only have a place in my world to entertain me. That’s it… Your entire existence depends on my patronage. I’ll crank the organ grinder, you dance. I don’t really care where you stand on issues.”
Well said, Nigel Bennett. Well said.
Do you agree with this statement?