Celebrities Beg Electors, Don’t Vote Trump

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The Hollywood elite just don’t know when to quit. Now a group of celebrities have joined together in yet another attack on Donald Trump. This time they are targeting the Electors.

The celebrity ridden group, “Unite for America”, was put together to stop Trump from becoming president. They even created a video, which was published Wednesday, that features actors Martin Sheen, Debra Messing and Bob Odenkirk, to name a few.

The celebrities are trying a last ditch effort to get the present Electors not to vote for Trump next week.

“You have the position, the authority, and the opportunity to go down in the books as an American hero who changed the course of history,” the celebrities take turns saying on the video.

They are trying to argue that Trump is not fit to be president. The video doesn’t name Hillary as an alternative, they just don’t think Trump is competent enough to be President.

This group is but one of several recently formed groups attempting to sway the Electors votes away from Trump.

Thirty seven Electors would have to change their vote and, as of now, only one Republican one has made that decision.

The 538 electors will meet around the country on Monday to vote for the next president.

Trump has won with a total of  306 Electoral votes, making any chance of him not getting enough votes very unlikely.

H/T: The Hill

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