Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump join celebs backing Trump amid calls for recount: 'Our man will be reelected'

'This will be overturned in court and there will be recounts and audits,' said Terence K Williams


                            Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump join celebs backing Trump amid calls for recount: 'Our man will be reelected'
Scott Baio, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump (Getty Images)

Over the course of the last week, President Donald Trump is doing everything he can and more to change the course of his future at the White House. Even after Joe Biden was declared the winner, Trump did not accept his defeat as he continued making baseless claims about voter fraud, illegal votes, recounts and whatnots. 

Amidst all this drama, several of his supporters have begun distancing themselves from Trump's frantic actions especially the voter fraud claims without providing any proof, including Mitch McConnell. But it looks like some Hollywood celebrities continue to remain loyal to Trump. Stars like Kevin Sorbo, Kirstie Alley and Lil Pump are arguing that Biden's win is not legal and are demanding a recount.

Sorbo took to Twitter, where he was slamming Democrats during the week of the 2020 election, to demand a recount. "Throw out every illegal vote and do a recount. Really not that difficult," he tweeted. On Friday night, he had tweeted, "Hey dems, saying 'just accept the election results' is pretty ironic considering you spent the last 4 years NOT accepting the election results," Sorbo wrote Friday night."



 



 

Joining him is 'Happy Days' star is Scott Baio, who shared a statement Trump delivered on Saturday, in which the president declared "this election is far from over." "To be cont..........," Baio said. "Liberals cheat and don't even care how the "old white man" won. Republicans still have the Senate, the Supreme Court and know the truth. Peace". Baio had earlier told Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo that he received a ton of criticism from stars in Hollywood after he endorsed the president.



 

'Cheers' and 'Veronica's Closet' star Kirstie Alley also had grievances to share about the election. She aired immense displeasure in the way that Twitter censored tweets from conservatives. "OK wait a minute wait just a minute. Is twitter actually censoring everything at this point that they disagree with? And making news outlets the powers that be?? Look at this! GOP or LIB is THIS your America?" she said. Attached to the tweet was a picture of a woman's tweet claiming that Joe Biden is not the president with a warning that said, "Official sources called this election differently."



 

Just before Biden's victory was announced, the actress took to Twitter to say she was sceptical of voting results. "C'mon!! All the known, before the election, swing states are the ones having trouble and not able to count in one day?! .. That doesn't raise questions with anyone other than Trump voters? Come on now.. C'mon. Cooooooooome oooooooooon," she wrote.



 

20-year-old rapper Lil Pump is also out showing support to Trump. On Saturday, just ahead of Biden's win, he shared videos to his Instagram in which he was rocking Trump 2020 merch. Shortly after Election Day, he told Trump supporters to "remain calm" and declared, "Our man will be re-elected."

Terence K Williams is also refusing to accept President-elect Biden, who had demanded that the Democrats "confess and turn themselves in for Voter Fraud."

"JOE BIDEN IS NOT THE WINNER ITS NOT OVER SILLY RABBITS President @realDonaldTrump and his team have evidence of Voter Fraud!" Williams tweeted. "This will be overturned in Court and there will be recounts and Audits! Don’t celebrate #bidenharis2020 so quickly #PresidentElectJoe is a fake news."



 

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