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Hollywood Conservatives Show Their Support for Brett Kavanaugh

While leftists attacked the Supreme Court nominee, plenty of right-leaning thinkers favored fairness and decency

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Liberals in Hollywood may be louder and more aggressive than ever before, but the entertainment industry still harbors its share of right-leaning thinkers.

Some of them are even outspoken about their views in an attempt to balance the scale of thought in Tinseltown.

This was displayed during the Thursday hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Conservative entertainers jumped onto social media to provide a perspective different from the blind support by leftists for Christine Blasey Ford and their wish to deny the nominee a chance to defend himself.

“The Democrats will do anything in their power to win no matter what. This time you’ve lost and will keep losing. The American people are a lot smarter than you are, we can see the truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God,” actor and congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. (pictured above on the right) tweeted, adding the hashtag #ConfirmJudgeKavanaughNow.

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Former Superman actor Dean Cain took to social media to celebrate Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who had several fiery viral moments on which he defied both the media and Democrats for their treatment of Kavanaugh.

Cain said Graham “blew up the whole narrative and called out the BS. Most powerful moment of the hearing so far.”

“Justified” star Nick Searcy, who directed Cain in the upcoming “Gosnell” movie, meanwhile battled liberal trolls almost nonstop while the hearings took place.

He also celebrated Graham several times on social media.

“This damn thing is the best new thing ever,” Searcy tweeted with a video showing Sen. Graham unloading on the Democrats who aired accusations against Kavanaugh publicly.

“Clueless” actress Stacey Dash (pictured above left) also took to Twitter to express support.

“Kavanaugh We The People are praying for you. We believe you. It breaks my heart to see what they are doing to him and his family. You are the monsters. You will fall,” the actress tweeted.

She had plenty more to say on the matter, too:

Musician Joy Villa also publicly supported Kavanaugh.

“Why the 9-year-old baby doll voice and vocal fry? Aren’t you a college professor who’s used to dealing with groups of rambunctious teens? Seems to have some top coaching on this one,” she tweeted about Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony.

Villa also tweeted, “I do believe #ChristineBlaseyFord could have been sexually assaulted. She looks and acts traumatized. But was it #Kavanaugh? No. I don’t believe that for a second. No witnesses, no evidence, no details of her telling any friends about him, all the years he was a judge? NO!”

There were plenty of other conservative entertainers, too, who pushed back against the leftist attacks on Kavanaugh:

(photo credit, homepage and article images: Stacey Dash, CC BY-SA 2.0, Cropped, by Gage Skidmore)

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