Hollywood celebrities are vowing to pay the bail money of protesters arrested during nationwide riots. Meanwhile, American Citizens are fighting for their lives against an angry mob that wants blood.
As riots break out in major cities in the response to the police killing of George Floyd, American citizens who were not involved in that incident are seeing their livelihoods destroyed by angry rioters and some of them are being beaten within an inch of their lives…so Hollywood millionaires are donating money to bail out the ones who are committing these heinous acts.
Celebrities such as Seth Rogen, Steve Carrell, Don Cheadle, Olivia Wilde, Patton Oswalt, Nick Kroll, and Janelle Monáe have already donated to the Minnesota Freedom Fund who is raising money to bail out “protesters” in Minneapolis.
Model Chrissy Teigen shared on Twitter that she is donating $200,000 to the bailouts of protesters across the entire country.
“In celebration of whatever the f**k maga night is, I am committed to donating $100,000 to the bail outs of protestors across the country,” Teigen tweeted.
Then after a Twitter user pointed out that Teigen could be giving money to rioters, she donated another $100,000.
“Ooo they might need more money then. Make it $200,000,” she replied.
Well, let’s see who that money is going to, shall we?
As celebrities commit six figures to bail out people who have been arrested across the country, law-abiding citizens are fighting for their lives, quite literally.
Saturday saw some of the most violent footage to date of rioters targeting citizens and nearly beating them to death. In South Carolina, a man wearing a Make America Great Again hat was chased and beaten by up to 20 rioters in the area.
In Dallas, a man defending himself from looters was brutally beaten by over 10 rioters to the point he was knocked unconscious and critically injured.
In Chicago, Protesters attacked and dragged police officers in the streets, until bystanders intervened.
Small business owners are seeing their livelihoods destroyed by people justifying their actions through anger. Citizens are seeing their neighborhoods burn down and people who had nothing to do with the killing in Minnesota are seeing their lives put in immediate danger.
Not only are Hollywood celebrities rooting on the violence from social media but now they are helping the people causing the chaos to get out of jail likely to return protesting and rioting. No word yet if Hollywood is raising any money for the people who lost everything or the people who were savagely beaten to the point of hospitalization.