Love him or hate him Gene Simmons is a smart, successful businessman and extremely intelligent with a Big Heart.
In the liberal universe of Hollywood, it’s uncommon to find an entertainer that is brave to risk their career by defending President Trump in any way.
KISS Co-Founder Gene Simmons, proud Trump supporter, explains why celebrities should keep their political opinions to themselves and how he plans to help create jobs.
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“I think celebrities should basically shut their pie holes and do what they do best — act, sing, tap dance, juggle balls, and all that kind of stuff,” Simmons said, according to Breitbart.
The rock star said those “uninformed” Americans protesting the election results should understand that the “electoral college has spoken.”
Simmons said if liberal activists want to replace the electoral college, that’s “fine,” but they should “go out there and force [their] legislatures to pass laws” instead of wasting time on protests.
“President-elect Trump is the president,” he added. “You can like it, you cannot like it. He’s the new president, that’s the end of the story.”
Simmons had praised Trump last year for his ability to ignore his critics and be politically incorrect.
“I think people are sick and tired of politicians who have words that are written by other people. And they are trying to cater and make everybody happy… He doesn’t care,” Simmons said of Trump.
He’s being blackballed in Hollywood… But he has OUR SUPPORT!
Thank you, Gene Simons.
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