How the upcoming election turns out remains to be seen, but the Hollywood Left seems to think they might have a secret weapon to deploy the day before the vote:
Jane Fonda, Amy Schumer among stars to appear on U.S. voter telethon https://t.co/Vq5weSP5lk
— Reuters Politics (@ReutersPolitics) October 31, 2018
Hollywood celebrities including Jane Fonda, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Amy Schumer will take part in an online telethon on Monday to urge young people to pledge to vote in Tuesday’s congressional midterm elections.
The two-hour “Telethon for America,” created by comedian Ben Gleib, will be streamed live on Monday evening on YouTube, Facebook Live and Comedy Central’s website, organizers said in a statement.
Good luck with that, Dems!
Great GOP GOTV effort. https://t.co/jiSorxZW1q
— Democrat Strategist (@JammieWF) October 31, 2018
It sure could be.
These Trump in-kind contributions are lit https://t.co/IcsQ4jGGVg
— Boof on Creepy Porn Lawyer (@lamblock) October 31, 2018
??? Good God, who thought this was a good idea? Great for Republicans, though, so carry on….
— PatLynnFor ??? (@PatLynnFor) October 31, 2018
We can’t wait to not watch.
Scolds do wonders for voter turnout.. https://t.co/sCqq6GA83r
— Ted (@Tedgforce) October 31, 2018
The US Voter Telethon: Keeping unemployable actresses working since 1974.
— ThenAtlasSpoke (@ThenAtlasSpoke) October 31, 2018
Yeeeaaaaah, that's not going to help things.
— Charlie Tweeter ?? (@One_Grayman) October 31, 2018
Imagine being the type of person who is influenced – politically or otherwise – by Amy Schumer. https://t.co/Hv7E6WGiNV
— Timmy Marrinan (@TDMarrinan) October 31, 2018
oh that'll help pic.twitter.com/GID8ejsYvx
— Lauren (@LaurenDees1) October 31, 2018
Shh! Don’t tell ’em!