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Hollywood’s Chuck Woolery calls peers ‘sheep’ for anti-Trump ad: They’ll read anything on a teleprompter

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Actor and longtime game show host Chuck Woolery appeared on “Fox & Friends Weekend” to respond to a recent pro-Hillary Clinton ad put out by his younger Hollywood brethren.

The ad, however, spent the bulk of its time denigrating her rival for the White House, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, than it did tout the former secretary of state.

Clip via Fox News Channel

“Friends” co-host Tucker Carlson remarked that the video’s over-the-top rhetoric would probably hurt Clinton more than help, by driving independents to Trump’s corner.

The Hollywood veteran wasn’t ready to say that the ad would have a “counters-productive effect.”

“However, when the cultured Hollywood Marxists get together in their sheep pen … it’s like they all follow each other because they’re afraid to do anything else,” Woolery explained to the “Fox & Friends” hosts.

Although he admitted that he probably didn’t know any of the actors portrayed in the ad, he said he knew the culture that drove them to make it.

“You [go to Hollywood] for one reason—you want to work. It’s not important to know anything as long as someone has a teleprompter in front of you to give you the lines to say,” he continued.

“There has to be kind of a backlash against this [political correctness], and it’s really what Trump’s candidacy is all about,” Woolery, long known for his conservative views said.

He traced political correctness to pre-WWII Frankfurt, Germany, before making its way to Columbia University.

“You will find a Frankfurt School on Columbia University’s property,” Woolery said.

As a conservative Texas native, Woolery sid he’d supported Sen. Ted Cruz during the primary battle, and wasn’t surprised when he announced his support for Trump.

Although he too supports the Republican presidential nominee, he’s not sold on Trump’s idea of tariffs on foreign goods.

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