Patrick Gallagher, former star of the American musical television series ‘Glee,’ ripped a pair of Trump supporters as the laughingstock of America.
The Canadian actor posted a video of two women wearing “Make America Great Again” hats and singing a song about the President’s leadership, adding the caption, “This is why people laugh at America.”
Send Him Back
Kristy Swanson, star of the cult classic movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer, wasn’t a big fan of Gallagher’s criticism and offered to send him back to Canada.
Swanson, a Hollywood conservative, pointed out that somebody making their fortune in America probably shouldn’t be mocking patriots who are proud of their President.
“You are a Canadian making a living as an ‘actor’ in The United States Of America,” she responded on Twitter. “If you’re so embarrassed by our Country that is putting food on your table, I’d be more than happy to purchase your 1 Way ticket back to America’s Hat.”
You are a Canadian making a living as an “actor” in The United States Of America. If you’re so embarrassed by our Country that is putting food on your table, I’d be more than happy to purchase your 1 Way ticket back to America’s Hat 🇨🇦 https://t.co/EmYWtQrW77
— Kristy Swanson (@KristySwansonXO) July 30, 2019
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Gallagher responded by noting he’s currently an American citizen and that Swanson possesses “typical Trumpster class and thin skin.”
He then pivoted to attacking her professionally as the pair worked on a made-for-television movie called, Bad to the Bone.
You were a diva and rude when I worked with you… Looks like you haven’t changed gotten any more class
— Patrick Gallagher (@PatrickGman) July 30, 2019
“A film that was shot in Canada, in Toronto. You were a local Canadian hire & worked under a Canadian contract. The movie was called ‘Bad To The Bone’ you played (trucker),” she shot back. “Sorry to hear you thought I was a diva & rude in that scene.”
Gallagher responded by blocking her, to which Swanson responded, “I’m good with this.”
Don’t Like America, Leave
The exchange is reminiscent of President Trump and Senator Rand Paul’s criticism of Rep. Ilhan Omar, in which the former suggested she ‘go back’ to her district to fix things and the latter suggested purchasing her airfare to go visit Somalia.
“While I’m not saying we forcibly send her anywhere, I’m willing to contribute to buy her a ticket to go visit Somalia,” Paul stated. “And then maybe after she visited Somalia for a while, she might come back and appreciate America more.”
Again, libs, if you don’t like America, you’re always free to leave it.