As Election Day looms like a sack of spoiled food tied to a hobo's stick, the Dems are pulling out all the stops, and starlets, as well. As Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry -- don't know them -- visit campus dorms to rouse Millennials to vote for Hillary.
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KATY PERRY, POP STAR: Are you voting this year?
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes.
PERRY: Who are you voting for?
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Clinton.
Well, you know what the good thing about it, is that I can actually use my voice. It's great, because you can use all of that attention for good. Like we're doing here today. We can change the world.
MILEY CYRUS, POP STAR: I'm going door to door right now in support of Hillary.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes.
CYRUS: And are you registered to vote?
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I am.
CYRUS: All I want is a president we're happy to be sharing. It's all I want. Hillary, come on. I went dorm to dorm dressed like the Statue of Liberty. Come on. You have to be happy to be here.
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Behold the liberal nexus: celebs and dorm dwellers, who both share the same political beliefs: a naive view of pacifism, animal rights and shouty platitudes written in erasable ink on their faces. Makes sense: When you're young or famous, you never have to connect any dots between belief and behavior, between truth and consequences. You're either really, really rich or mom and dad are footing the bill.
For celebrities it's far worse. The arrested development that comes with early fame creates a loathing insecurity about their own intellectual death. Liberalism is the soothing ointment. For a student it's just easier to fit in mouthing all that crud.
But before we mock them, consider the Republican counterparts. The doom [SIC] -- the dorms, they get Miley and Katy. The conservatives get Chuck Norris and Ted Nugent. See, we have stars, too. They're just older. I guess it takes celebrities decades to see the error of their ways.
But what's really ironic is how these outspoken pop singers fail to see the stereotype they gladly fill. Their assimilation into cultish obedience to leftism is so swift. How rebellious is that? And what of our greatest rebel? Last week Madonna promised to have sex with you if you vote for Hillary, which could be why Hillary's lead just shrunk.
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