Add another celebrity to the list of anti-Trump advocates.
None other than Oprah Winfrey will be out stumping for Democrat candidate Stacey Abrams this week, according to a report from Buzzfeed News.
Democrats are pulling out all of the stops for mid-term elections.
The mainstream media is ramping up the racist rhetoric against President Donald Trump and all Republicans in a desperate bid to help Democrats take back Congress.
Previous presidential candidates, such as Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, are joining in on the party to motivate Democrat voters to get out and vote.
Late night TV has become nothing more than one long political ad, as stars like Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert are parading Democrat candidates out on their stages every night.
Now, one of the biggest names in TV is hitting the campaign trail.
Oprah Winfrey, who doesn’t often get involved in political campaigns, is reportedly headed to Georgia to help Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams in the last days before the election.
Abrams is involved in one of the more contentious races, so Winfrey is hoping to provide a late boost that will ensure victory.
Trump, meanwhile, has given a hearty endorsement to Abrams’ opponent, Republican Brian Kemp.
Brian Kemp will be a GREAT Governor of Georgia. Stacey Abrams will destroy the State. Sooooo important, get out and VOTE for Brian!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 24, 2018
Prior to Trump running for president, he was actually considered a friend of many of these liberal stars.
In fact, people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton had celebrated him for his work to help minorities in the business world.
The moment he announced he was running as a Republican, though, all of that changed.
Oprah once had Trump on her show, actually hinting he should run for president.
The interview Trump did in 1988 is well-circulated at this point.
Anyone watching it can clearly see these two individuals genuinely like each other.
This has to be viewed as somewhat of a betrayal by Trump, and he is surely not happy about it.
To counter Oprah’s influence, Vice President Mike Pence is also headed to Georgia.
He will be joining Kemp at several events to help boost support for GOP candidate.