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Two US Senate seats are up for grabs in January, and Democrats are eying picking up both.
Their weapon of choice?
Actors and actresses have taken to playing the roles of Trump supporters to convince Georgia Republicans to sit the race out in protest or to write in Donald Trump on the ballot.
Jake Rossman, a Producer for Netflix and a hard left progressive tweeted this:
— Jake Rossman (@ptownjake)
November 22, 2020
David Newman, an actor for the series, the Walking Dead, also tweeted this:
All my REPUBLICANs!! We have 2 Options to Save #America!! 1. STAND WITH TRUMP & #WriteInTrump NAME for the GEORGIA SENATE #RUNOFFS!! 3. Or, #Boycott #Runoff Elections all together to stand United! Biden Cheated! #MAGA #NobodyLikesKelly pic.twitter.com/X4V7lOfp3T — DanielNewmaη (@DanielNewman) December 3, 2020
Stacey Abrams, the former Georgia Candidate for Governor, is spearheading what activists are calling, “Hollywood of the South” and the “The South Movement” to bring out celebrities to help Democratic causes.
She holds weekly conferences to see how best to organize.