Celebrities are always using their notoriety to pass their opinions off as something more than just that, an opinion.
That is exactly what happened on Thursday after the House passed the American Health Care Act.
If it clears past Senate, which President Donald Trump is very confident that it will, it will be one of the greatest victories of Republican Party so far this year.
While Republican leaders celebrating with President Donald Trump at the White House, things in Hollywood were taking a different route.
Liberal celebrities like Katy Perry, Amy Schumer, John Legend, George Takei and Mark Ruffalo all ran to Twitter to whine about how the bill is on its way to being repealed.
Many insults were tossed around like “souless pimps” from Patton Oswalt and “fuck all y’all” from Andy Richter.
But the reaction was substantially different in Hollywood, as celebrities took to social media Thursday afternoon to voice their displeasure with the new bill and to urge fellow liberals to donate to Democratic politicians ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. Politically outspoken celebrities including Katy Perry, Amy Schumer, John Legend, George Takei, and Mark Ruffalo all tweeted about the bill, while TV personality Andy Richter called House Republicans “soulless pimps” and comedian Patton Oswalt vowed to make the 2018 midterm election a “dawn-to-dusk nightmare for the GOP.” “The American people are coming for all of you,” tweeted Beauty and the Beast star Josh Gad. Below, see Hollywood’s reaction to the House passage of the American Health Care Act.