(FreedomJournal)- An actress tweeted her support for President Donald Trump recently, and she’s receiving significant backlash from typical left-wing celebrities.
Kristy Swanson, who has appeared in films such as “Pretty in Pink” and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” said that if Trump was removed from the movie “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” then she’d like to be removed from some of her movies, too.
“If Cancel Culture is really going to have Donald J. Trump removed from the John Hughes movie “Home Alone,” then in support of MY PRESIDENT, I’d like to have myself officially removed from the John Hughes’ films, “Pretty in Pink” and “Ferris Buhler’s (sic) Day Off.”
Hughes was the iconic creator of a number of teen-oriented movies in the 1980s. He produced Home Alone 2, which featured a cameo appearance by Trump. At the time, Trump owned the Plaza Hotel. In the movie, Trump ran into Macaulay Culkin’s character Kevin McCallister in the lobby of the hotel.
Now, there are many people in the ultra-liberal Hollywood who are calling for Trump’s scene to be permanently cut from the movie — including Culkin himself. This has angered Swanson so much so that she took to Twitter to express her disgust with cancel culture.
Other members of Hollywood responded directly to her, trying to be funny in the process.
Actress Jane Lynch tweeted: “I’m sorry. Who are you?”
Rosanna Arquette responded: “So would we.”
Ken Olin wrote: “Retweet if you’re okay with @KristySwansonXO being removed from every movie she was ever in.”
And comedian Patton Oswalt tweeted: “This is weak, Kristy. I was removed from AS GOOD AS IT GETS and BAD SANTA years before Trump even THOUGHT of running for President. That’s how I support MY leader. Why do you hate America?”
It’s nice to see that some famous people aren’t afraid to step out and share their thoughts in a public forum — especially when so many self-righteous liberals are quick to attack conservative viewpoints.
Swanson has expressed her support for Trump in the past, too. Two years ago, she shared outrage after a person who teaches at her son’s school apparently wouldn’t stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
On June 10, 2019, Swanson responded to a tweet from Charlie Kirk that criticized schools. That tweet ended: “We can’t trust our schools to do the job anymore.”
“True. I just learned the other day from a friend of my son that there is a teacher at their school that will not stand for the pledge of allegiance every morning. He also said, she told the kids in that home room class, they don’t have to stand either if they don’t want too (sic).”
Swanson received death threats after she served as a panelist with another conservative, Dean Cain, for a stage show where the two read text messages that were sent between former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and former FBI agent Peter Strzok. Those messages were anti-Trump.