Liberal Hollywood Celebrities Cheer for Travesty of Justice – Celebrate Trump's Guilty Verdict | The Gateway expert

All the usual suspects in crazy, liberal Hollywood were celebrating today after the guilty verdict was handed down in New York City.

Their pathological hatred of Donald Trump is a thousand times greater than their love for the United States of America.

They think this is a victory for them. They think they've finally “got” Trump.

Breitbart News reports:

Hollywood Celebrities Rejoice over Trump Statement: 'Tears of Joy', 'F**k Trump and F**k Those Who Support Him'

It was Christmas in May for Hollywood celebrities after a jury in deep blue New York City voted to convict former President Donald Trump on all 34 charges in his business records case.

While an appeal is a certainty — “This is far from over,” Trump said after the verdict — the stars nonetheless rushed to celebrate the case, which was brought by Soros-funded Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg (D), who was present in the case. courtroom on Thursday.

“Tears of joy,” wrote an emotional Kathy Griffin.

“God bless New York City!!!” tweeted an ecstatic Ellen Barkin.

“We all cheer for justice and that no one is above the law!” declared John Leguizamo.

Barbra Streisand also weighed in, telling voters that they “cannot allow this criminal anywhere near the White House again.”

See tweets below.

Kathy Griffin:

Barbra Streisand:

Bette Midler:

Rob Reiner:

Stefan King:

Mark Hamill:

It will be nice to visit these people again in November.

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