Among Pat Sajak’s many wonderful and endearing qualities is his ability to not take himself too seriously. It’s a trait that’s sorely lacking in so many other celebrities — and Sajak recognizes that.
Celebrities are self-important enough as it is, but when it comes to politics, it’s on another level. This morning, Sajak called them out on it:
One of the (many) odd conceits of celebrityhood is the notion that the ability to sing or tell jokes or portray other characters somehow qualifies one to tell others how to vote. Not sure electricians or truckers or sales associates feel that way about themselves.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) November 2, 2018
Pat coming with the TRUTH this morning!
— rocket (@Rachesheen) November 2, 2018
Agreed. A celebrity is allowed to have an opinion, but that doesn't automatically mean theirs has any more weight than any other person's.
— Punarm Dyne (@GunarmDyne) November 2, 2018
I bristle at anyone who thinks they get to tell me how to vote.
— C.J. ? (@next4exits) November 2, 2018
what a breath of fresh air…thanks for sharing your insight.
— Dale Adams (@Tone_Dr) November 2, 2018
Thank you for this
— Linda Kidwell (@LindaKidwell14) November 2, 2018
My gosh…it feels good to hear a celebrity say that!!
— Janeen Hawley (@HawleyJaneen) November 2, 2018
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