Anyone that is associated with Donald Trump is to be condemned by liberals, according to The Western Journal.
Sylvester Stallone, seemingly a long-time friend of Trump, recently bought a huge mansion very close to the Mar-a-Lago resort.
Stallone first paid a $200,000 upfront fee to join Trump’s club at The Mar-a-Lago Resort.
Then Stallone followed up by shelling out $35 million for a 13,241-square-foot mansion in Palm Beach, Florida.You Might Like
Stallone remarked that Trump is “gonna do great [as president]. Because I’ve worked with him and known him a long time. He’s a guy who is not programmed to fail.”
He’s “a nice guy. He really is. Very personable.”
Twitterers and liberals took to social media to express their disapproval.
Stallone has had a tough life and came from the very bottom. Once, he even had to sell his best friend, his dog.
Only to go back to the seller later on paying lots more money than he sold him for.
Stallone is a man of heart. A man that came from very hard times.
Now Stallone is on top of the world. Twitterers probably won’t bother him too much.
From The Western Journal:
The Washington Times conducted an interview with Frank just after Trump’s inauguration in 2017, during which the younger Stallone said that Trump was “gonna do great [as president]. Because I’ve worked with him and known him a long time. He’s a guy who is not programmed to fail.”
However, it appears that liberal Twitter users did not know as much about the Stallone family as they thought. The reaction to Sylvester’s entry into Mar-a-Lago was nearly instantaneous and extremely vicious.
It is amazing to me the extent to which the Twitterverse is incapable of handling political opinions that are contradictory to their own.
It’s easy to pick on a celebrity through the safety of a device’s screen, but can you imagine if they treated the tens of millions of Trump voters the same way in public?
I’m sure it’s happened on numerous occasions, but picking a fight with a celebrity with the pedigree of Sylvester Stallone on Twitter is much easier than shouting down your Trump-voting plumber as they fix your toilet or torturing your child’s third-grade teacher during a parent-teacher conference.
The bottom line is that Sylvester Stallone is 74 years old and unfathomably wealthy. Any movie he participates in at this point is because he feels like it. He does not require the support of the woke and is thus not vulnerable to their machinations.
Perhaps there is something we all can learn from the Stallone brothers. Even though I, and certainly most readers of this article, are not unfathomably wealthy, cancellation is only a serious concern if we allow it to be.
Maybe, with the right amount of self-confidence, we can begin to steer the country back toward normal.
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