Happy Days star refuses to do reunion fundraiser to help Biden, says they ‘encourage and foment rioting and looting’

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The man behind the role that was the beloved Chachi from Happy Days, Scott Baio, isn’t not too happy about the former cast members from the show putting together a reunion fundraiser that would behoove the Wisconsin Democrats.

In fact, Baio said that he’s “not on board” with the endeavor and has zero plans to participate in it.

The actor, who was also the star of such shows as Joanie Loves Chachi and Charles in Charge, coined the idea of fundraiser to essentially help the Biden campaign as “bizarre” by way of evoking the sentiments one would recall to the show Happy Days:

“To take a show like Happy Days that represented traditional American values, good morals, a slice of Americana and to use that show and those ideals to promote two people in Joe Biden and Kamala Harris that condone, encourage and foment rioting and looting is a little bizarre to me.”

Apparently, whether by maliciousness or to simply poke fun in being cognizant of Baio’s political leanings, Full House actor John Stamos responded to Ron Howard’s announcement of the effort asking if he could “play Chachi.”

Baio snapped back at that with a quick retort writing “Shouldn’t you be taking care of Aunt Becky?”

That appears to be a reference to actress Lori Laughlin, who played Aunt Becky on Full House, and her recent legal troubles that has resulted in her getting sent to prison.  

When speaking about the exchange with Stamos, Baio said:

“I think Stamos always wanted to be Chachi instead of playing second fiddle to a 3-year-old.”

Once again, another obvious callback to Stamos’ time on Full House, when the show wound up resulting in super stardom (at the time) for twin actresses Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Obviously, time has been more kind to the third Olsen sister Elizabeth who attained world-wide fame due to her role in numerous blockbuster Marvel films.

But when commenting more on the reasons why Baio wasn’t down for this Happy Days reunion effort, he simply couldn’t bring himself to raise funds for ideals that he personally doesn’t align with:

“I’m not on board, obviously, because I don’t believe in socialism and Marxists. And it’s good to know that Stamos is part of the Hollywood elite Marxist crowd.”

While Baio has been a pretty outspoken supporter of President Trump, there’s been a fairly healthy amount of other celebrities saying their going to be voting for a second term for the sitting president.

James Lewis from Law Enforcement Today shared some of the personalities that have come out in support of President Trump recently in this editorial from October 22nd. 

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NASHVILLE, TN – Conservatives are leading very unusual lives during this election season.  A stunning 68 percent of conservatives polled recently explained that they don’t discuss politics at work or make their political standing known in public for fear of retribution.

Conservatives are being doxed, harassed online and in person and their homes, cars and other property are being vandalized and destroyed.    

We’ve all seen the rantings and wailings of many liberal Hollywood stars and pro athletes complaining about President Trump.  Their Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is real and they claim they’re going to move to somewhere like Greece, Australia or Canada if Trump is re-elected.

I can’t recall anyone actually doing it, though. Perhaps because America IS the greatest country on Earth and deep down they realize that, too. But their unhinged and irrational hate blinds them, so they continue to rant and wail.

A surprising number of celebrities and athletes, though, have spoken out in support of the president. But their support comes with a price: They are blacklisted and find work opportunities dry up and they are berated by their colleagues and former friends.

It is amazing and downright scary to watch celebrities on the left vilify and degrade these people and deny them work in their industry. Several celebrities have explained publicly the toll it has taken on them personally and with their careers just for having the nerve to support a conservative.

Kirstie Alley, famous for her role on “Cheers” and for her stint on “Dancing with the Stars,” recently stated that she voted for Trump in 2016 and will vote for him again this year. She declared:

“He’s NOT a politician . . . He gets things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly.”

Rapper 50 Cent has been excoriated by the left with their typical hateful messages after announcing support for Trump. He explained that he understood math and that Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden’s tax plan would cost him 62 percent of his income.

He explained to his critics that he didn’t let anyone down – they let themselves down by not understanding math. The rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was blunt when he told his 26 million Instagram followers that he will not be voting for the Democratic ticket:

“WHAT THE FUCK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, FUCK NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway . . . ” 

Jon Voight has openly explained how his career has been sidelined after “coming out” as a conservative in Hollywood many years ago.

Roles he’d regularly be picked for are lost to him, thanks to the liberal censorship from Hollywood elites. He hasn’t played a mainstream role in a Hollywood production in almost two decades.  Not because he’s older or untalented – but because he’s a conservative.

James Woods is one of the conservative world’s most outspoken spokesmen.  His direct, abrupt, and funny tweets are a highlight of many conservatives’ days and he has many followers.  He cuts through the red tape and spin and tells it like it is.

He has obviously paid a price in his acting career, but with his Twitter fame, he has a refreshed livelihood with public-speaking engagements.

Ice Cube, a revered, old-school rapper and co-founder of gangsta rap group N.W.A., has an unlikely alliance with President Trump. Cube, also known by his birth name O’Shea Jackson, has first-hand experience with the Democrats’ true feelings for black Americans and he was not impressed.

The actor, rapper and filmmaker presented his “Platinum Plan” — aimed directly at bolstering and supporting black-owned businesses and the black community in general — to Democrats and they blew him off.  They were not interested and they did not listen.

So instead, he aligned himself with Trump, who listened and agreed to support the plan and make it happen. He, like 50 Cent, has seen a massive backlash from the black community and white liberals for daring to think for himself and reach out past the Democratic plantation that holds captive the minds and bodies of too many black Americans.

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