The snowflakes in 2020 are even more delicate than they were last year.
Last night, as the Louisiana State Football team was busy winning the national championship, Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn and President Donald Trump were the audience. Not surprisingly, the two A-list celebrities briefly spoke to eachother while enjoying the game.
It was a seemingly innocent conversation. As far as most reasonable people are concerned, that's where this news story should start and end, right?
Wrong - liberals are *FURIOUS* because a comedic actor dared to make small talk with President OrangeManBad!
Liberals are now calling for Vince Vaughn to be fired from whatever movie he's currently working on.
The social media reaction was swift and called for him to be "canceled." It is not the first time a celebrity faced social-media odium for their decision to interact with a Republican politician. Ellen DeGeneres faced backlash when video emerged of her sitting with ex-President George W. Bush during a Cowboys game.
"Jan 13, 2020: the day Vince Vaughn has been canceled," one user said, while another wrote, "Ladies & Gentlemen, I regret to inform you Vince Vaughn is CANCELLED."
"Ellen thought she had it rough...Keep Vince Vaughn in your prayers tonight," user Alex Salvi said.
"Sad. Vince Vaughn is one of my favorites," another user wrote. "I always knew he was Republican but this, so gross. I don't need a Wedding Crashers sequel anymore."
Others spoke out on how the outrage was a bit over the top and reactionary
"So do Swingers and Wedding Crashers get taken off the air for all of eternity now after Vince Vaughn had a civilized conversation with the president at the Superdome tonight?" Joe Concha, a columnist with The Hill, wrote.
"It's an amazing time to be alive when shaking the hand of the president is enough to get you canceled," user Jason Howerton said.