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Celebrities like model Chrissy Teigen and actors Steve Carell and Seth Rogan are actively donating money to bail out criminal rioters across the nation.

On Friday night, Teigen promised $100,000 as bail money for criminal rioters in reaction to a so-called “MAGA night,” a reference to a tweet from President Donald Trump.

“In celebration of whatever the f*** maga night is, I am committed to donating $100,000 to the bail outs of protestors across the country,” she wrote.

Teigen went further, upping her promised donation to $200,000 and telling rioters to “f*** Trump and keep going.”

“You’re mad because your time is f***ing up,” Teigen responded to criticism. “People are tired of your racist a**es and people are mad as s***. I’d be scared too.”

“I know your type,” she continued. “Maybe you don’t cross the street when a black man walks past but you want to. You say the n word among friends. you think this stuff wouldn’t happen if people simply complied. you’re full of s*** and people see you now more than ever. can’t hide anymore.”

“Anyhow f*** trump and keep going. be safe, stay hydrated, wear your mask and again, f*** Donald Trump,” Teigen added.

Other celebrities, like Carell, Rogan, and fellow actors Janelle Monae, Ben Schwartz, and Don Cheadle, also chipped in $1,000 each for criminal rioters in Minneapolis by donating to the “Minnesota Freedom Fund.”

“Celebrity accounts that follow me please match and pass it on,” Monae wrote, captioning her $1,000 donation.

“Matched,” Rogan posted Thursday.

Carell similarly posted, “Matched,” captioning Schwartz’s donation.

Protests started to pop-up across the nation on Tuesday over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a police officer had his knee on the 46-year-old’s neck during an arrest, according to a viral video.

However, things quickly turned ugly; arson, looting, and violence spiked in places like Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York City, Rochester, and other cities.

Earlier this week, a video of Floyd’s arrest went viral, sparking outrage. “An eight-minute clip filmed by a person on the street shows Floyd telling police he can’t breathe and begging the cop on top of him to stop before he falls unconscious,” The Daily Wire reported Tuesday. “Officer Derek Chauvin was identified as the officer who knelt on Floyd’s neck outside Cup Foods on Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street.”

Since the incident, all four officers involved in the arrest have been fired, investigations from the FBI and state law enforcement have been opened, President Donald Trump has condemned the incident, and, on Friday, the officer at the center of the arrest was taken into custody.

The Hollywood elites dumping money to condone and encourage such violence in often low-income neighborhoods were called out by some online.

“You are bailing out domestic terrorists who are burning down buildings and minority-owned businesses,” commentator Lisa Boothe responded to Teigen. “Do celebrities even think about what they tweet or the actions they take? Sheep people.”

“Protesting is legal. Protesters don’t need bail. You just committed $100,000 to rioters, looters, and violent thugs,” Raheem Kassam blasted the supermodel. “Congrats on being an accessory to crime.”

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28 Comments
  • Cindy says:

    Poor Chrissy. Such a pea-brained, idiotic skank who wouldn’t know the REAL world if it bit you on the ass!!!!! Talk to your people when you want to whine. Don’t waste the time or effort of the people in the U.S. who actually know HOW to make a real difference. All you and your fellow hwood twits are doing is making it easier and cheaper for Georgie Porgie Soros to keep Antifa going and, the idiots who belong, to stay in their parents basements, pay for their drugs and, NEVER GET A REAL JOB!!!
    Kinda like YOU!!!!!

  • Rod Larson says:

    Hollywood Satanic pedophile-pedovores hate our President. They’re scared to death over going to prison and execution. They’ll do anything to get him out of the White House.
    “Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents–fast trial, death penalty.” – Donald Trump 2012

  • Sam says:

    I wonder if she’d bail out rioters if they were looting on Rodeo drive and in Beverly Hills & her neighborhood. That’s where the looters should go. Rodeo drive, Wiltshire blvd, museum row, Peterson’s car museum. Up above Sunset in the posh areas. Bet she’d not be so ‘generous’ then. What a true scummy as person.

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