Hollywood’s Biggest Secret Exposed
Billions of Dollars Pouring Back into American wages, Jobs and Business Investments
The most paramount underground and stealthy secret in Hollywood is that many people in the film industry, include well-known actors, are not liberal and support conservative politics. Pitifully, it’s not so hush-hush that liberal big-wigs and power players control Tinsel Town—and the sheep follow.
Real life Benghazi heroes Mark “OZ” Geist and John “TIG” Tiegen, who were among those responsible for the defense and rescue of dozens of Americans during the terror attacks on the U.S. consulate and the CIA compound in Benghazi, came come out with endorsements for Donald Trump.
“I am truly honored to have the support of these American heroes, the best of their generation,” Trump reacted. “The American people can know with certainty, I will always place their interest above all else. I am the most militaristic person and it is so important to me to strengthen our military and protect American families and freedoms.”
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“We, perhaps more than any Americans, know the absolute and imperative reason that we elect Donald J. Trump as President of the United States,” Geist stated. “First and foremost, under a Trump administration, the request for additional security by an ambassador would have been heeded, and second, there is no question, when the attack came, he would have moved heaven and earth to provide the necessary forces to protect and reinforce our warriors. Mr. Trump is the bold, decisive leader America needs at this time.”
“Americans want a strong leader, one who cares more about the safety and freedom of the American people than he does winning elections, or what the press might think,” Tiegen added. “In honor of those we have fought with, I am proud to endorse the next President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.”
A long time practice in the film industry dictates that anyone coming out as a conservative are doomed by the most verbal of liberals and mainstream media. But Clint Eastwood changed that in 2014 by answering liberal media critics when his American Sniper movie became the top grossing movie of the year and the highest earning war movie of all time.
Since then, Eastwood has dedicated much of his work to making patriotic All-American hero movies. Coming up soon is “The 15:17 to Paris,” a film focusing on the story of Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, and Spencer Stone, the three men who upset a terrorist attack after an ISIS member boarded a train headed to Paris in August 2015.
His movies, “American Sniper,” the movie about Chris Kyle, and “Sully,” about pilot Sullenberger, did impressively well at the box office and earned high praise from critics, despite Hollywood pushback.
Democratic liberal machines went full force condemning Eastwood’s memorable speech and ad-lib with the empty chair at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Lessons from judging Eastwood so negatively were apparently not learned. Being eager to criticize an American icon such as Eastwood through the liberal political or Hollywood lens just doesn’t set well anymore.
In retrospect, Eastwood’s famous speech turned out to be correct, and conservatives countered that his “ad-libbing was a break from all the political speeches, and the crowd enjoyed it. He rightly pointed out that 23 million Americans out of work or underemployed is a national disgrace and it’s time for a change.”
In spite of what the mainstream media reports, many in the sports, entertainment, and business industries have lined up in support of President Donald J. Trump, like no politician has ever experienced. Some of America’s most popular personalities appeared at various venues for conservative and Trump including The Beach Boys, Journey, Bret Michaels, Rick Springfield, Martina McBride, Rascal Flatts and The Band Perry. A list of sports athletes such as Mike Tyson, Mike Ditka, Bobby Knight and Brian France jumped on the Trump Train during the campaign.
Here is a partial list of the some of the most famous celebrities who continue to support President Trump:
Tom Brady, Terrell Owens, Mike Ditka, Richie Icognito, Herschel Walker, Rex Ryan, Nick Mangold, Matt Light, Ben Roethlisberger, Mike Shanahan, Fred Williamson, Vince Dooley, Woody Johnson, Mike Leach, Rocky Boiman, Shawne Merriman…
Paul O’Neill, Pete Rose, Johnny Damon, Clay Buchholz, Shawne Merriman, John Rocker, Curt Schilling, George Brett, Mark Teixiera, …
Lou Holtz, Gene Keady, Digger Phelps, Latrell Sprewell, Dennis Rodman, Billy Packer…
John Daly, Jack Nicklaus, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Natalie Gulbis…
Sylvester Stallone, Jon Voight, Robert Duvall, Suzanne Somers, Scott Biao, Bruce Willis, Kristie Alley, (the late Jerry Lewis), Owen Wilson, Charlie Sheen, Jessica Simpson, Vince Vaughn, Chuck Norris, Lou Ferrigno, Stephen Baldwin, Fran Drescher, Tila Tequila, Gary Busey, Robert Davi, Roseanne Barr, Dean Cain, Tim Allen, Stacey Dash, John Ratzenberger, Lindsey Shaw, Donny Wahlberg,…
George Strait, Justin Moore, Alan Jackson, Gene Simmons, Luke Bryant, Loretta Lynn, Dierks Bentley, Charlie Daniels, Wayne Newton, Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, John Rich, Jesse Hughes, Kanye West, Azealia Banks, Kenny Rogers, Larry Gatlin, Travis Tritt, Aaron Carter, Zoltan Bathory, Loretta Lynn, Wayne Newton, Sergey ‘Pauk’ Troitsky, White Dawg…
Kathryn “Kat” Gates-Skipper (First Woman Marine in Combat Operations and tireless Veterans’ advocate), Aissa Wayne (John Wayne’s daughter), Ann Coulter, Omarosa Manigault, Ivana Trump, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Pamela Geller, Paula White, Ileana Garcia, Elizabeth Emken (Austism Speaks), Sue Lynch, Diamond and Silk, Charlotte Laws, Kendra Wilkinson, Melissa Young, Renee Ellmers, Pam Bondi, Sue Everhart, Adrienne Foster, Carol Springer, Becky Currie, Margaret Rogers, Donna J. Boley, Lori Klein, Jenn Coffey, Paula Johnson, Mary Hawkins Butler, Kathleen Willey, Saba Ahmed, (president and founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition), Juanita Broaddrick, Sallie Miller, Paula Jones…
“Duck Dynasty” Willie Robertson, John Hagee, Ralph E. Reed, Jr., Vishnu Gupta, David Lane, Troy Newman, Joe ‘The Plumber’ Wurzelbacher, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Poker star Dan Blizarian…
Bill Elliott, Chase Elliott, Ryan Newman, David Lee Regan, Michael Waltrip, Mark Martin…
Boxing, Martial Arts and Wrestling
Mike Tyson, Hulk Hogan, Holly Holm, Dana White, Jesse Ventura, Tito Ortiz, Chael Sonnen, Don King, Adrien Broner, Zeb Colter, Ted BiBiase, Jerry Lawler, Miesha Tate, Kevin Von Erich, Chris Weidman…
Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Hugh Hewitt, Jamie Glazov, Yong Muk Han, Liangliang He, Jim Hoft, David Horowitz, Eric Metaxas, Vox Day, Dale Winton, Andy Dean, John Fredericks, Alex Jones, David Knight, Lars Larson, Michael Savage…
Dr. Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Greg Abbott, Scott Walker, Jan Brewer, Dan Quayle, Dick Cheney, Chris Christi, Sarah Palin, Trey Gowdy, Richard Burr, Tom Cotton, Mike Crapo, Chuck Grassley, Orrin Hatch, Ron Johnson, Mitch McConnell, Rob Portman, Tim Scott, Dan Sullivan, Rand Paul, Bob Dole, Trent Lott, Mack Mattingly, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Newt Gingrich, James Lightfoot, Joe Walsh, Robert Bentley, Terry Branstad, Phil Bryant, Jack Dalrymple, Mary Fallin, Nikki Haley, Asa Hutchinson, Pat McCrory, Mike Pence, Pete Ricketts, Brian Sandoval, Robert Ehrlich, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, Jon Huntsman Jr., Bobby Jindal, Tim Pawlenty, Rick Perry, Don Sundquist, Pat Buchanan, Steve Chabot, Michael Conaway, Jeb Hensarling, Candice Miller, Jeff Miller, Tom Price , Pete Sessions, Bill Shuster, Lamar Smith…
Investors and Business
Mark Cuban, Robert Kiyosaki (“Rich Dad Poor Dad”), Carl Ichan, Phil Ruffin, Thomas J. Barrack Jr., Andy Beal, Wayne Allyn Root, Sheldon Adelson, Diana Castillo, Foster Friess, Stanley Hubbard, Kenneth Langone, Bernard Marcus, Robert E. Murray, T. Boone Pickens, Phil Robertson, Anthony Scaramucci, Peter Thiel…
Companies announcing their businesses are returning, or products will be made, or they investing in more jobs, or increasing wages in America (Partial list from all 50 states)
Altec, Alaska Bowl, Amazon, Ames, Associated Bank, Aviat Aircraft, AT&T, Bank of America, Bank of Hawaii, Bayer, BB&T Corporation of North Carolina, Beehler Corporation, Boeing, Boise Cascade, Broadcom, Broomcorn Johnnys, Bully Tools, California Wine Institute, Campbells Soup, Campbellsville Apparel, Carrier, Casual Cushion Company, Caterpillar, Cheerwine, Chick Fil A, Cider Belly Doughnuts, Colonial Flag Company, Comcast NBC Universal, Dakota Outerwear, Desert Plastics of New Mexico.
DitchWitch, Dow, Dubie Family Maple, Eddie Heath’s Crab Pots, Faribault Woolen Mill, Fifth Third Bank, Ford, General Motors, Gibson Guitars Gordon Signs, Grasshopper, Greater Omaha Packing, H&K Equipment Company, Harley-Davidson, Hinckley Yachts, Homer Laughlin China Company, Hytrol, Humana, Hyundai.
IBM, ILC Dover LP, Kimmie Candy, K Bar J Leather, Koloa Rum, Leupold and Stevens, Liberty Bottleworks, Lockheed-Martin, Marucci Sports, Milton Manufacturing, Narragansett Brewing Company, National Capital Flag Company, Nephron Pharmaceuticals, OceanFirst of New Jersey, Pierce Manufacturing Firetrucks, PING Golf, RMA Armament, PNC Financial Services of Pennsylvania, Sikorsky Helicopters, Simms Fishing, Sinclair Broadcasting, Sprint, Steinway Pianos, Stetson Hats, Sun Trust Banks, St. Pierre Manufacturing, Taylor Machine Works & Forklifts, Tervis, Trans-Lux, US Bank, Wal-Mart, Wells Fargo.