Kirstie Alley, James Woods and other trump card supporting personalities have recently pushed for the re-election of the president.


With madness less than 24 hours before the official election day, it makes sense that Monday’s social media feeds were full of famous Americans who made one last attempt to get their supporters to vote. These include many of Donald Trump’s most famous celebrity supporters.

While the voting seems to be the main message, many also preach their political views and start conversations between supporters and opponents in the commentaries.

Some celebrities like Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Eminem and Jennifer Aniston have supported former Vice President Joe Biden. There is also a list of celebrities who have loudly supported President Donald Trump and hope for his re-election.

The actress Kirstie Alley has been a strong supporter of Trump for some time. On Monday she continued to praise the incumbent president for his good deeds for America. “I cannot believe that @realDonaldTrump HE works harder for this country than any president I have EVER seen,” she wrote, “HE works harder to win this campaign than any president I have ever seen,” she wrote. What an amazing will! HIS tenacity is 99% compared to Biden’s 15%”

Alley followed with another tweet about what she thinks Trump can still do in case of re-election.

I cannot believe that @realDonaldTrump HE works harder for this country than any president I have EVER seen. HE works harder to win this campaign than any president I have ever seen. What an amazing will! HIS tenacity IS 99% compared to Bidenâs 15% ðªðªðºð¸ #Persistence

– Kirstie Alley (@kirstiealley) November 2, 2020

Your lover can give you valentine gifts. TRUMP will give you JOBS, a STRONG ECONOMY & reinforced RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. He will bring peace to countries that have not had it for centuries … he will preserve the 2nd amendment of the UR & implement the PLATINUM plan! He will make sure that we will remain a REPUBLIC.

– Kirstie Alley (@kirstiealley) November 2, 2020

Others struck with similar messages. Family Guy actor James Woods also spoke out on Monday, claiming that if Trump does not win, the protesters will not be able to find themselves in the favor of the American criminal justice system. Woods retweeted a series of images of arrested protesters in Portland, who all appear to be white women.

Hardworking business owners must board up their businesses because their fellow Americans will be exercising their right to vote tomorrow. The polls say a trump card victory is unlikely, so check your Second Amendment rights. You’re gonna be on your own for the next four years…

– James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 2, 2020

Throughout the week, actor Samaire Armstrong was also vocal against Biden and tweeted content claiming that the Democratic agenda was to make America a communist country. Armstrong is also vocal against the Black Lives Matter movement, which she also shared on Sunday.

Yes, by all means, honor a criminal with your voice. That would be a cute sight for @JoeBiden anyway.

– Samaire Armstrong (@samaire_samaire) November 2, 2020

You just have to start calling @blklivesmatter what it really is; emotionally underdeveloped and insane paid communists who are trying to destroy Western culture and America as we know it. I suspect BLM is catchierð¤-ð¼ââï¸

– Samaire Armstrong (@samaire_samaire) November 1, 2020

Earlier this week, others pledged to vote for Trump and asked fans to do the same. Football players Brett Farve and Jay Cutler told their supporters in social media why they were voting for Trump.

My vote is for what makes this country great: freedom of speech and religion, 2nd Amnd, hard-working, tax-paying citizens, police and military. In this election we have the freedom of choice that everyone should respect. For me and these principles my vote is for @RealDonaldTrump. #Vote âï¸ðºð¸

– Board Favre (@BrettFavre) October 30, 2020

Many other celebrities have also supported Trump. The musicians Lil Peep and Kid Rock as well as actors like Roseanne Barr loudly supported the president.


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