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Celebs Use Independence Day To Bash America



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Celebrities and athletes took to social media on our nation’s birthday to express their discontent for the United States.

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore received much attention for his post wishing America a “Happy Resistance Day!” He tweeted, “The revolt continues, some 242 years later. C’mon, people! Let’s Finish this!”

Moore’s tweet received over 1,000 responses, some not so nice.

San Antonio Spurs rookie Lonnie Walker IV received blowback for his tweet that said he “will never celebrate the 4th of July.”

Walker’s post was deleted from Twitter on Thursday morning.

Comedian Kathy Griffin continued her Trump bashing by calling for the Trump family to be imprisoned.

HBO’s Bill Maher, who said last month he is hoping for a recession as a way of getting rid of Trump, also used the Fourth to take a stab at the president.

Not all celebs were negative. Actor Will Smith posted a photo of himself and Jeff Goldbloom fromย Independence Day, a movie where the duo saved the planet from alien invasion.ย  The caption read, “You’re Welcome, America!”

Youโ€™re Welcome, America!

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E. Brian Rose is the founder of Top Conservative and host of The EBR Show, a live call-in program syndicated on various sites across the Internet. He is a combat Veteran of the Somalia and Bosnia conflicts, best selling author, and former Republican candidate for U.S Congress.