The publicity firm Sunshine Sachs, represents Hillary Clinton supporters Natalie Portman and Leonardo DiCaprio and donates party budget to charities like ACLU and Human Rights Campaign.
They have decided to cancel holiday celebrations because Donald Trump won the election. Is this the same as taking your kickball and walking home because you lost the game?
— Paul ouellette (@Paulouellette17) December 7, 2016
From The Wrap.com:
Hollywood publicity firm Sunshine Sachs has canceled its annual, bicoastal holiday celebrations as a gesture of support for immigrants, women, LGBT people and the environment.
The decision was a gesture to “defend the values we hold dear,” according to an email sent Tuesday.
“We’ve been talking a lot about how to protect the things we care about, post-election,” CEO Shawn Sachs told TheWrap. The firm’s clients include companies like Facebook and stars like Natalie Portman, Ben Affleck and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Sixteen different organizations — including the ACLU, Human Rights Campaign, and the Immigrant Defense Fund — will receive donations from a budget usually reserved for lavish parties in New York City and Los Angeles.
“However I felt the morning after was nothing compared to how I felt taking to people in this office, those who felt their citizenship — in a matter of moments — was gone or had been lessened,” Sachs said of November’s presidential election, which saw Republican Donald Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. “Being the diverse workplace we are, many of us felt under assault.”
What babies they are. It’s almost sickening to watch these adult babies without pampers, pee their pants because they didn’t win an election.
My final thoughts about this, who cares about their tissue paper feelings. Trump won, get over it or continue to crap yourselves. Hopefully, a brand new generation of talented actors rises to overtake these worthless hacks.
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