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People upset with Sen. Susan Collins’ support for now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh are calling for a boycott of Maine products and tourism.

“Dear Susan Collins – I really struggled with this but my tourist $ just voted against ever visiting Maine while you remain in office,” actor and comedian John Fugelsang tweeted out to his 413,000 followers – a megaphone in the shouts and murmurs of the Twitterverse.

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Since his tweet posted Friday, it’s been liked 22,000 times and retweeted another 5,000. Fugelsang, who had movie roles in “The Girl on the Train” and “Coyote Ugly,” hosts a daily call-in show on SiriusXM satellite radio called “Tell Me Everything.”

Hundreds of people said in the comments that they were behind the boycott, including one person who canceled a $2,200 reservation at Point Sebago resort and a Texas chef with multiple restaurants who vowed to boycott all Maine seafood. Others discussed shifting their travel plans to New Hampshire or Vermont.

One Maine lobster dealer says he has lost a few customers over the issue.

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  1. I will continue eating Maine lobster. If I had the money I would be taking a trip to Maine. I have no problem dealing with Maine.

  2. Everyone needs to step back and look at themselves, all of this action going on only shows how immature the people have become. Life is not just about one way it is about all coming together to make it stronger. Here is an old saying that is meant for families but works for much more. If you take a healthy tree and tie ropes to the larger branches and pull in different directions the tree becomes weak splits apart and dies. However, if you take the same tree and tie ropes around the branches to pull it together it will grow stronger over time. People, it doesn’t matter what political party you are on as long as in the end, you can pull together for the better of the country. So, stop all this BS and start working for the betterment of the future. don’t just look at today, this week, month or year look at decades to come from decisions that are made today. Remember history will repeat itself unless we learn from our mistakes it is easier to repeat than to move on to the uncharted future but it is what we must all do.

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