After Donald Trump threatened to stop votes from being counted in certain states (and falsely declared he won the election), stars like Chris Evans, Tamar Braxton & Gabrielle Union dragged him on Twitter.
Politically active celebrities like Gabrielle Union and Tamar Braxton are pushing back against Donald Trump‘s empty threat to throw away ballots in states across the nation — as well as his latest claims that he’s being “cheated.” The president, 74, not only had falsely claimed in an Election Night speech that he was winning the 2020 race, but threatened to demand the Supreme Court stop votes from being counted. Though he has absolutely no power to do so, and seemingly doesn’t understand how counting election ballots works, it hasn’t stopped the president from throwing around the threat all day on November 4.
Make this bs make sense! Pick a struggle https://t.co/5K7N332Z0R
— Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) November 4, 2020
Gabrielle, 48, and other like-minded celebrities had the same thought. “Make this bs make sense! Pick a struggle,” the Bring It On star tweeted in response to someone pointing out that Trump was already trying to get a recount after losing Wisconsin to Joe Biden. Tamar, 43, also took to social following the President’s remarks on Nov. 5 where he claiemd he was being “cheated” despite not having any evidence. This man has a very casual relationship with the truth…pumpkin you at a REAL 213….. smh #TrumpMeltdown,” the Braxton Family Values star posted.
This man has a very casual relationship with the truth…😖 pumpkin you at a REAL 213….. smh #TrumpMeltdown
— TAMAR under construction BRAXTON (@TamarBraxtonHer) November 5, 2020
Insecure star Jay Ellis, 38, also took to Twitter during the President’s speech. “If saying you’re winning when all the numbers haven’t been reported actually worked then everyone who played The Powerball would be rich AF,” the actor posted. Grammy winning songwriter Diane Warren posted strong words directed at Trump. “U lost bye…He’s like someone’s drunk uncle,” she wrote.
If saying you’re winning when all the numbers haven’t been reported actually worked then everyone who played The Powerball would be rich AF
— Jay Ellis (@JayREllis) November 5, 2020
U lost bye
— Diane Warren (@Diane_Warren) November 5, 2020
Community‘s Yvette Nicole Brown, 49, posted, “This twit thought that when the clock struck midnight on election night that counting would stop and that he and Biden would get to keep whatever votes they had in their hands?!” She added, “Elections aren’t supermarket sweep! He’s dumb as hell.” Donald’s niece Mary Trump, 55, and author of Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man added, “This is what it looks like when a loser loses.”
Wow. Hey Republicans, are you listening to this come-to-life toilet spew complete lies about the integrity of our democratic process?
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) November 6, 2020
This twit thought that when the clock struck midnight on election night that counting would stop and that he and Biden would get to keep whatever votes they had in their hands?!
Elections aren’t supermarket sweep!
He’s dumb as hell.
— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) November 5, 2020
The barbs kept coming from Hollywood, as Chris Evans, 39, wrote. “Wow. Hey Republicans, are you listening to this come-to-life toilet spew complete lies about the integrity of our democratic process?” Demi Lovato tweeted, “Our democracy and freedom are worth waiting for. We must #CountEveryVote,” reminding her fans to be patient — it may take a few days for the final votes to be tallied and the winner of the 2020 race named.
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) November 4, 2020
Josh Gad, 39, told his followers to keep soldiering on. Despite what Trump says, or how grim things may seem — it’s not over yet. “Democrats, stop feeling sorry for ourselves,” the Frozen II star tweeted. We got this. Roll up your sleeves and be confident. In 2004, I had a sick feeling when George W. Bush won again after 4 years of crazy. We are ABOUT to win the WH in a much more volatile and chaotic election. CONFIDENCE #CountEveryVote.” Alyssa Milano pointed out that Biden was ahead of Trump in the polls, in both popular and electoral votes. “Here are the facts… we’re going to win this! #CountEveryVote #EveryVoteCounts,” she tweeted.