Actress Sarah Jessica Parker is living in fear of a Donald Trump presidency.
The Hollywood liberal is “terrified” that even if the Republican presidential nominee is not elected, his supporters will attack her and her husband, Matthew Broderick, and her friends.
“But even if, please God, he is not elected, I am afraid there is now a climate that has said in silence it is okay to hurt anybody that you not so secretly disagree with,” the 51 year-old actress told Time Out New York. “Whether it’s how they look or the lifestyle you think they’re leading or the color of their skin, or they’ve come here to, you know, take advantage of this country.”
“I feel like someone is just going to hit us,” the former “Sex And The City” star said. “They’re just going to reach out and smack us or beat the shit out of us, or I don’t know, shoot us, shoot my friends. I’m not being dramatic when I think about this. I’m shocked.”
Parker, whose new HBO series, “Divorce,” begins this Sunday, said she will “fight to the bitter end for you to go and vote for Mr. Trump.”
“But you don’t have to hurt me to do it. And you don’t have to hate me to do it. I don’t hate you, I wish I understood you,” she said.
Parker did not mention Trump had once made an appearance on “Sex and the City” years ago.
Throwback to when Trump was on Sex and the City. pic.twitter.com/d72FFLvx8w
— Billo Rani (@prabhjotkp) September 27, 2016
“I’m terrified of Donald Trump, I’m like literally terrified to say something bad about him,” Parker said, adding that she was once afraid of Mitt Romney as well.
” I can’t believe I was so scared of Mitt Romney” she said. “It was so scary to me. I’m scared again.”
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