Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak just dropped a brutal truth bomb on liberal Hollywood.
After hearing stars lecture average Americans for the last two years, Sajak said that America’s entertainment stars are obsessed with telling Americans how they should be living their lives — despite having little-to-no qualifications to do so.
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
While celebrities have always made appearances to support candidates, it used to just be that: support.
There is nothing wrong with a liberal or conservative adding a little star power to a campaign.
But what we are seeing today is completely over the top.
Rather than just support their candidate and introduce him or her at a rally, many celebs are actually making it a point to lecture Americans on how they should be living their lives.
The fact is: we are being overly saturated with liberal opinions — and only hearing one side of the argument.
For those of us that have followed politics for years, the words of celebrities mean very little, but for the younger generation, celebrities’ actions can cause significant problems.
Late Night Infestation
One of the most worrisome issues we are seeing in this political climate is something Sajak himself has pointed to: late night TV hosts are literally lecturing viewers every night of the week about the evil conservatives in this country.
People like Jimmy Kimmel, who has demeaned women and dressed up in blackface, are actually lecturing Americans on morals.
As Americans, we cannot allow these individuals to set the tone for our children.
The beauty of this country is that we all get to form our own opinions, but people need all of the information to form an educated opinion.
That is the complete opposite of what we are seeing today due to this “obsession” by stars to preach to followers about their own political agenda.
At least Sajak is willing to call his colleagues out.