Replies to Carell’s tweet alone demonstrated the political divisions between those supporting the protesters and those who believe the demonstrations are just excuses for rioting.
Binge-watched relentlessly on NetFlix, mega-hit show ‘The Office’ is one of the most-popular and most-beloved television shows of all time. The main character Michael Scott, played effortlessly by Steve Carell, is adored by millions. But now that Steve Carell is donating over $100,000 dollars to get ultra-violent ANTIFA and BLM domestic terrorists bailed out of jail, will his popularity take the same type of hit that small business owners have taken from ANTIFA and BLM?
In the video below, you will see scenes so violent and so senseless that you may not be able to watch all the way through, that’s how bad it is. These are the people that Steve Carell is bailing out. Why are we showing it to you? To wake you up to what’s really happening, and to show you who the real enemy is. Joe Biden’s campaign also started bailing out the terrorists as well.
Rich elites like Steve Carell and Joe Biden help Minneapolis violent ANTIFA and BLM rioters make bail
FROM THE HILL: As the death of George Floyd brings national attention to Minneapolis, protests have progressed from demonstrations to a police precinct being set aflame and damage to private properties and businesses, resulting in multiple arrests.
Now, people are rallying to help arrested protesters make bail, including some high profile donors.
The Minnesota Freedom Fund, a nonprofit organization that facilitates cash bail donations, has launched a resource page to fundraise bail for the Minneapolis protesters who have been arrested. The page has been widely circulated on social media since Thursday, and has garnered dozens of donations around the $50 mark. The chain linking Twitter users to the fund gained even more traction when it was retweeted by the Safdie brothers, two notable independent directors whose recent filmography includes the critically acclaimed 2019 movie Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler and Idina Menzel.
— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) May 28, 2020
After this tweet, other Hollywood heavyweights took notice. Since Thursday, Seth Rogen, Ben Schwartz and Steve Carell have all commented that they matched donations to help protesters make bail.
— Kevun Bixensatin-Gill (@SnowflakeTakes) June 1, 2020
As of Friday morning, other celebrities, including actor and singer Janelle Monáe, television presenter and activist Jameela Jamil, actor Patton Oswalt, and actor and former New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon have donated and tweeted out their support for Minnesota protesters.
Celebrities have a history in being involved in social activism, whether physically participating or financially supporting. In 2015, musical power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly donated “tens of thousands of dollars” to bail out protesters arrested in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray, another black man who died while in police custody. READ MORE
This Is What Rich Elites Like Steve Carell And Joe Biden Want To Put Back On The Streets
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