As Twitchy reported, Ashley Judd seems to think there are certain areas or events that should be free from politics. Mainly because she doesn’t want to deal with anyone who thinks differently than she does …
When confronted (by an egg with one follower) about it on Twitter, Judd had this to say:
— ashley judd (@AshleyJudd) March 16, 2017
Ok, so we’re not entirely sure what she’s trying to write here. Seriously, it’s like she’s running while writing her tweets BUT to us it sounds like she is saying there are more people who agree with her and so she should get to decide what is and isn’t a political safe space.
Here’s the egg she responded to:
— Red Ryder (@RedRedryder99) March 16, 2017
Remember the second rule of Twitter is you DON’T engage eggs. Especially if the egg has one follower. #TwitterRules
@AshleyJudd No, she didn't. Facts are a difficult thing.
Aside from that, the national popular vote is meaningless
— Chris McAllister (@themanfronUNCLE) March 16, 2017
Democrats love to make out like the popular vote wasn’t just in New York and California; that somehow the evil Electoral College silenced Americans across the country. In actuality the Electoral College worked better than ever.
@AshleyJudd NY & CA do not represent America. It's no surprise blue states like these carry a lot of votes. Thanks heaven for the electoral college!
— Dawn Rising (@DawnRising2) March 17, 2017
— DeplorableYalie (@CleanGOPHouse) March 17, 2017
Seriously, right? She is a decent actress but man, writing tweets doesn’t seem to be her strong point.
@AshleyJudd you must be confusing us with a country where the popular vote means something
— Sane Thoughts (@LibertAmerican) March 16, 2017
Clinging desperately to the idea that people believe as she does.
— randy magee (@ranmr) March 17, 2017
So much this. Once Judd picked up the microphone and involved herself politically she became fair game.
Sorry Ashley, you can’t have it both ways.