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Celebrities do another repetitious video to try to stop Trump from assuming office

Hollywood celebrities are often known to use their star power to push political agendas of one form or another. When they unite, they usually stand in the middle of a solid background, and give you an emotional plea of some kind that involves usually requires them to repeat the same phrase over and over again.

They did it to pledge allegiance to Barack Obama, they did it for gun control, and now they're doing it to try to convince the electoral college to cast their vote for anyone but President-elect Donald Trump.

The celebrities include the likes of Martin Sheen, Debra Messing, James Cromwell, BD Wong, Noah Wyle, and more as they speak — not to the people this time — but to the Republican members of electoral college.

"Republican members of the electoral college, this message is for you," begins Martin Sheen. "As you know, our founding fathers built the electoral college to safeguard the American people from the dangers of a demagogue, and to ensure that the presidency only goes to someone who is to an eminent degree, endowed with the requisite qualifications."

Celebrities went on to assure the electoral college members that they're "not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton"...repeatedly, but that Trump lacks the qualifications to be president. The celebs says that these electors have the opportunity to be American heroes who changed the course of history, and that they have their respect...

...their respect...

...their respect...

..for the elector's patriotism, and service to the American people.

Naturally, they have disabled comments for this video on the YouTube page, but as of this writing it has nearly 700 dislikes to over 300 likes. Watch below, and let us know what you think of videos like these on our own comments section.

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