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Sarah Jessica Parker the Latest Non-Texan Celebrity to Support Beto O’Rourke

Sarah Jessica Parker the Latest Non-Texan Celebrity to Support Beto O’Rourke

If there’s any state where coastal elite meddling will cause voters to bristle, it’s the Lone Star State.

If you’re running for Senate in Texas, coastal celebrity support ain’t gonna do jack to get you over the finish line.

Nevertheless, Sarah Jessica Parker is the latest celebrity to publicly show support for Rep. Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic candidate running against incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz.

Parker was photographed wearing a Beto campaign button at a film festival in New York City, according to the The El Paso Times.

The actress, famous for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex and the City,” was photographed sporting an O’Rourke campaign button at a film festival in New York.

…O’Rourke’s campaign button was a feature in Parker’s ensemble at the Tribeca Film Festival last month, a look Harper’s Bazaar dubbed “her most relatable fashion moment ever.”

The long-time actress and New Yorker isn’t the only celebrity to throw some love at O’Rourke.

Rosie O’Donnell donated as much as legally possible to Rep. O’Rourke last year. O’Donnell has been in headlines the last week or so for allegedly over-donating to Democrat campaigns.

Other celebrities who’ve either publicly supported or donated to O’Rourke include (according to the Houston Chronicle):

  • Actress Connie Britton, who has starred in Friday Night Lights and Nashville, the television series. She gave $5,400 to the campaign.
  • Actor Tate Donovan, who has starred in the O.C. and Damages. He gave $2,955.
  • Television writer Jonathan Groff, who is the writer and producer of Black-ish. He gave $500.
  • Writer/Producer Steve Hely, known for his work on shows like 30 Rock and The Office. He gave $1,000.
  • Music company owner Jason Flom of Lava Records, who helped launch artists like Katy Perry, Kid Rock and Lorde. He gave $5,400.
  • Actor Shea Whigham of Boardwalk Empire and True Detective. He gave $1,000.

Hollywood has been operating under their own fantastical DEFCON 1 since Trump was elected. But if there’s any state where coastal elite meddling will cause voters to bristle, it’s the Lone Star State.

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There are plenty of horses in Texas.

Some of them are smart. Some of them are dumb.

Here’s a dumb horse names Sarah – but she can talk.

Go figure.

    Tom Servo in reply to TheFineReport.com. | May 9, 2018 at 11:42 pm

    After the “Wendy!!!” debacle of 2014, I really thought that Texas Dems would at least not make all those same old mistakes all over again.

    And here we are, just 4 summers later, and it’s WendyMania all over again – all the same breathless predictions of electoral glory, spun by the same cast. Amazing.

    Aarradin in reply to TheFineReport.com. | May 10, 2018 at 5:27 am

    College freshman dorms, a guy two doors down was dating a girl with a long face.

    For a charity fundraiser, we swore out a “warrant” to have him “arrested” for: Riding a Horse without a Saddle.

    They came and knocked on his door, caught him in the act, and read out the warrant while she was hiding under the covers!

We shall see… I don’t believe the left coast crowd will make much impact of a positive nature there, but that could just be me. I don’t understand why some people are swayed by celebrities championing anything. While some actors are smart people, many are not all that bright, yet they get invited to talk to Congress about issues that they are certainly not experts in.

The Obamas were always star struck with celebrities, in part because it made them seem more like stars themselves.

It’s been a while since I checked in on Sarah’s equine progress.
https://sarahjessicaparkerlookslikeahorse.com/

    MarkSmith in reply to Demonized. | May 10, 2018 at 12:05 am

    That is too cruel. I actually feel the same way about Barbara Streisand. When I was a kid, we got hold of a Playboy with Streisand in it. I have a disdain tube sox now.

    Barry in reply to Demonized. | May 10, 2018 at 12:52 am

    All the horses are pictured from the wrong end…

Cruz messed up by not endorsing Trump early enough but he’s been ok since then and be should have no trouble against a left coast endorsed liberal.

There’s no blue wave. Stormy Daniels lawyer is stupid and dirty and Kim returned three Americans. I don’t see the democrats doing anything but stepping on their own junk with the path they are on.

    Shane in reply to forksdad. | May 9, 2018 at 11:25 pm

    Cruz is well liked here, with or without Trump. And Beto the Irishman doesn’t really stand a chance in hell even with his naming sleight of hand.

      Milhouse in reply to Shane. | May 10, 2018 at 3:20 am

      Well, it’s no more sleight of hand than John Kerry’s. He’s no more Mexican than Kerry is Irish, but he didn’t take the name for political advantage; he’s been called Beto since he was a kid, and it just so happens to work out for him in politics. Kerry’s grandfather is the one who changed his name, and he surely had no idea his grandson would enter politics in the most Irish state in the union, but a John Forbes Cohen wouldn’t have made it where Kerry did.

      herm2416 in reply to Shane. | May 10, 2018 at 12:45 pm

      Money to marbles she doesn’t know Robert is his real name.

    Aarradin in reply to forksdad. | May 10, 2018 at 5:31 am

    Cruz has principles, and Trump’s baseless slanders really pissed him off.

    Worse, Trump went after his family.

    I’d have been very surprised if Cruz had then quickly endorsed Trump after losing the primary.

    I was NOT surprised Cruz didn’t do as RINO’s do and back the Democrat in the race.

      Shane in reply to Aarradin. | May 10, 2018 at 9:37 am

      Cruz is as principled as lawyers come. I like him and backed him in the primaries (hell I even met him in a Home Depot and stopped to thank him). Trump’s attacks of him in my estimation weren’t fair, but as I look back, Trump’s way brash, brazen winner takes all, is really what is necessary in today’s climate. It is hard to watch Trump (so I don’t) dust up with the disgusting libs, but he does it well and he wins. You can not argue with Trumps record, and I am VERY thankful for the things that Trump has accomplished thus far. I am not sure that Cruz could have gotten done what Trump has so far in hind sight.

Who is she?

I actually saw a Beto sign today!

… while driving not too many miles from his home office….

    RobM in reply to Foxfier. | May 10, 2018 at 12:24 am

    There’s 3 of ’em in my neighborhood. The new Wendy Davis… all over again.

    SDN in reply to Foxfier. | May 10, 2018 at 8:45 pm

    Oh, I’ve got one two doors down from my house…. along with a Rainbow flag, an “=” flag, and a “Hate has no home here” sign. I get to see the moonbat up close and personal.

    They haven’t swiped my Cruz sign yet…. maybe because I’ve got a security camera under the eaves pointed right at it.

I live in a town next to Austin, it’s conservative but O have seen Beto signs
He’s an idiot and he is not going to win

Republicans don’t put signs up here, they just vote, but I have a left wing neighbor across the street so I put up everything I can .

Gremlin1974 | May 9, 2018 at 10:40 pm

Wait I thought this was Sarah Jessica somebody….so who is the dude in the picture?

I’ve seen several signs for “Beto” (normally known as “Rob”, except when he’s trying to win Hispanic votes), usually paired with Lizzie Pannill Fletcher signs- West U. and River Oaks, primarily. (Does anyone know that Lizzie is from a large family of real estate developers and a highly paid lawyer? Or that she’s a product of only private schools in Houston? Just another limousine liberal.)

    Edward in reply to AmandaFitz. | May 9, 2018 at 11:06 pm

    Thank you, the man’s name is Robert Francis O’Rourke, but the “Beto” is designed to sucker the Hispanic voters. There are real Hispanic people from Latin America with Irish family names, Robert Francis isn’t one.

      Tom Servo in reply to Edward. | May 9, 2018 at 11:45 pm

      I’ve discovered that the “Beto” signs in nice neighborhoods are a good way to learn who’s working for a University, or community college.

      Although if you’ve been there a few years, you will probably notice it’s mostly all the same houses that had Wendy!! signs 4 years ago.

      Milhouse in reply to Edward. | May 10, 2018 at 3:23 am

      No, it wasn’t designed for that purpose. He came by it honestly; he’s been called that since childhood. But it does help, and if he were running in Massachusetts he might not have used it in public, just as he didn’t when he was in college there.

        Shane in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2018 at 9:46 am

        I am not sure about that he came by it honestly, we might need a time machine to settle that argument, but I don’t think that he is using it honestly now, or ever.

        El Paso is a strange place in Texas and Beto was his dishonest way to fit in there. That he uses Beto as the only name on the campaign signs is REALLY bad form. I can imagine how many hispanic voters will go to the booths and miss the name, or be shocked to know that he isn’t even remotely hispanic. It was a bad nickname and in his adult life it is even worse still, and that he still uses it says everything about him.

          Milhouse in reply to Shane. | May 11, 2018 at 1:46 am

          No time machine is needed. It’s an undisputed fact, well-supported by plenty of photographic evidence, that he’s been called Beto since he was in diapers.

          Ted Cruz, meanwhile, was known as Felito until he was a teenager, and made a deliberate decision that a more Anglo-sounding nickname would help him fit in better at school.

    Chuckin Houston in reply to AmandaFitz. | May 10, 2018 at 8:35 am

    The only good thing about Lizzie P Fletcher is that she doesn’t suck as badly as her runoff opponent, Laura Moser.

Hopefully liberal dollars will flood my state. Let’s see a real tsunami. A ‘blue wave’ if you will. Much better the money be wasted on Beta instead of a liberal in a purple state who stands a chance of winning.

My guess is Beeto will lose more votes than he’ll get with this.

Parker was photographed wearing a Beto campaign button at a film festival in New York City

Campaigning in NY. For a Texas election.

Well, that will really take somebody by surprise. How terribly Sun Tzu.

Or maybe it’s one of those things like a Che Guevara t-shirt, only a bit more chic. Edgy, in a Borg Collective sort of way, even if nobody quite remembers who he is.

    Milhouse in reply to tom_swift. | May 10, 2018 at 3:25 am

    Or maybe it’s one of those things like a Che Guevara t-shirt, only a bit more chic. Edgy, in a Borg Collective sort of way, even if nobody quite remembers who he is.

    Yes, that’s probably it. She might not even actually know who “Beto” is.

Never could stand her.

If it weren’t for Kim Cattrall I’d have never watched more than a millisecond of that show she “starred” on.

Cruz should sue and make O’Rourke use his real name on the ballot.

    Milhouse in reply to Aarradin. | May 10, 2018 at 5:49 am

    “Beto” is just as much his real name as “Ted” is Cruz’s.

      floridaman in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2018 at 7:14 am

      So he can sign in to vote as “Beto?” If that’s not the name on the voter rolls than that’s not his name.

        Milhouse in reply to floridaman. | May 11, 2018 at 1:48 am

        As I said, it’s exactly as much his name as “Ted” is Cruz’s. They both appear on the ballot with their nicknames, not their legal full names.

      Shane in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2018 at 9:48 am

      Beto is a nickname, so unless he makes it legally his name, no it isn’t his name.

        Milhouse in reply to Shane. | May 11, 2018 at 1:57 am

        Texas Election Code &sec; 52.031:

        (b) In combination with the surname, a candidate may use one or more of the following:

        (1) a given name;

        (2) a contraction or familiar form of a given name by which the candidate is known; or

        (3) an initial of a given name.

        Both Beto and Ted are contractions or familiar forms of the candidates’ respective given names, and that is how they will appear on the ballot. You will look in vain for either Robert Francis or Rafael Edward.

Parker does not give a rats ass about O’Rourke. She is just using him as a prop so she can be accepted as a progressive insider by her friends. She wants to be in the “useful idiot” club. These empty leftists only care about how they appear.

The dangerous leftists are Soros, Obama, etc. who actively work to destroy the USA. They are in the enemy club. They cause damage.

I am in the DFW area and have only seen a few Beto signs in the uber-liberal parts of Dallas and Fort Worth. Beto has no chance here. He is Wendy Davis 2.0 and will suffer the same fate. We like Cruz!

I live in the DFW area as well and I haven’t seen a single sign. I’ve seen bumper stickers, but no signs. I’ve also gotten texts from his local campaign HQ asking me to vote for him. I responded with a cease and desist and never contact me again text.

Beta O’Male seems destined to lose bigly.

Now, if Michael Moore were to tell me how to vote………

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