Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump join celebs backing Trump amid calls for recount

Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump join celebs backing Trump amid calls for recount
Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump join celebs backing Trump amid calls for recount

Over the past week, President Donald Trump has been doing everything he can and more to change the course of his future in the White House. Even after Joe Biden was declared the winner, Trump refused to admit his defeat because he continued to make unfounded claims about voter fraud, illegal votes, recounts, and whatnots.

In the midst of all this drama, some of his supporters, including Mitch McConnell, began to move away from Trump’s crazy actions, especially from voter allegations of fraud, without providing any evidence. But it seems that some Hollywood celebrities remain loyal to Trump. Stars like Kevin Sorbo, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump are demanding that Biden’s win is illegal and be recounted.

Sorbo took to Twitter, where he hit Democrats during the 2020 election week to request a recount. “Discard every illegal vote and count it again. It’s not really that hard,” he tweeted. Sorbo tweeted on Friday night, Friday evening, “Hey Dems, his saying ‘just accept the election results’ is rather ironic considering you have spent the last 4 years WITHOUT accepting the election results,” he wrote.

‘Happy Days’ star Scott Baio, who joined him, shared a statement Trump made on Saturday that the president declared “this election is not over.” “To continue ……….,” said Baio. “Liberals are cheating and they don’t even care how the” old white man “won. Republicans still know the Senate, the Supreme Court and the truth. Peace.” Baio had previously told Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo that she received a ton of criticism from Hollywood stars after she approved the president.

‘Cheers’ and ‘Veronica’s Closet’ star Kirstie Alley also had complaints about the election. He expressed great dissatisfaction with Twitter censoring the tweets of conservatives. “Okay wait a minute wait a minute. Is Twitter censoring everything they disagree at this point? And is it making news organizations these powers? Look at this! Is the GOP or LIB BU your America?” said. Attached to the tweet was a picture of a woman’s tweet claiming that Joe Biden was not president, with a warning saying “Official sources named this election differently.”

Just before Biden’s victory was announced, the player took to Twitter to say he was skeptical of the voting results. “Come on !! All the shaky states known before the election, the ones that had trouble and the ones that were not counted in a day ?! .. Doesn’t that ask anyone but Trump voters? Come on now. Come on. Come on. Cooooooooome oooooooooon,” he wrote.

20-year-old rapper Lil Pump also shows support for Trump. On Saturday, just before Biden’s win, he posted videos on Instagram rocking Trump 2020 products. Shortly after Election Day, Trump told his supporters to “keep calm” and said, “Our man will be reelected.”

Terence K Williams also refuses to accept Biden, who has been elected President, demanding that the Democrats “confess and surrender for Voter Fraud”.

“JOE IS NOT WINNER BIDEN, NOT ON SILLY RABBITS President @realDonaldTrump and his team have evidence of Voter Fraud!” Williams tweeted. “This Court will be reversed and there will be recounts and Audits! # Don’t celebrate Bidenharis2020 so quickly #PresidentElectJoe is fake news.”