On October 14, President Trump tweeted his support for his former press secretary, Sean Spicer, who’s a contestant on the popular “Dancing With The Stars” show. In his tweet, President Trump told his followers, “Vote for the good guy @SeanSpicer tonight,” adding, “He has always been there for us!”
Spicer thanked President Trump and his fans for their support and votes.
Thank you @POTUS @realDonaldTrump Appreciate all the votes on @DancingABC tonight. Only votes between 8-10pm ET count. Everyone has 20 votes. Text SEAN 10 times to 21523 and vote 10 more at https://t.co/in3iBKszaD #teamsweetnspicey #DWTS #dwts28 https://t.co/DbbuRFTkJd
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) October 14, 2019
After Spicer made it through to the next round, President Trump again, tweeted his support for him, telling his followers, “Vote for Sean Spicer on Dancing with the Stars. He is a great and very loyal guy who is working very hard! #MAGA”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2019
The far-left media went nuts…
CNN’s whiny host, Brian Stelter, who many believe is a dead ringer for the George Costanza character on “Seinfeld,” tweeted that the other contestants on DWTS, “looked shocked,” that Spice was voted through another round by fans of the show.
Sean Spicer just made it through to another week of "Dancing" — the other contestants looked shocked https://t.co/HSyUiUrqEH
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 5, 2019
The formerly respected New York Times, in a hard-hitting journalism piece, shared their critic’s opinion, “Sean Spicer’s dancing has consistently been the worst on the “Dancing with the Stars,” lamenting, “Yet he’s still on.”
Sean Spicer's dancing has consistently been the worst on "Dancing With the Stars," our critic says. Yet he's still on. https://t.co/ray0AgpvfF
— New York Times Arts (@nytimesarts) November 5, 2019
When former DWTS contestant, and Queer Eye star, Karamo Brown dared to speak out and defend his fellow co-host, Sean Spicer, his son received death threats from the intolerant left.
Here’s a tweet by Evan Ross Katz, criticizing Brown’s interview where he admits to having good, constructive discussions with Spicer, and for calling Spicer a “good guy; a really sweet guy.” In his tweet, Katz suggests that Brown shouldn’t speak to Spicer because of his opposing political views, that he refers to as “morality” issues?
Here’s Karamo Brown calling Sean Spicer “a good guy; a really sweet guy” cause what’s morality, really? pic.twitter.com/WQVgfVVkFc
— Ξvan Ross Katz (@evanrosskatz) August 21, 2019
Before Brown deleted his Twitter account, he tweeted:
First, I have no say who is on the cast and didn’t find out till this morning that he is on! But I’ll tell you this… I’m excited to sit down w/ him and engage in a respectful conversation. Only way things get better is if we try to educate those who have different POV than us.
— Karamo Brown (@Karamo) August 21, 2019
The Hill spoke with Brown about the death threats his family received from the left for supporting someone with political views that were in opposition to his, and why he was forced to deactivate his Twitter account.
“We’re in a place where people are really feeling on edge, and if you feel encouraged enough to speak to someone and reach out to them, who has different political views, you should do so because I felt it. And I will never feel bad for doing what I know is right in my heart,” he told BuzzFeed.
On a Tuesday night appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” Brown said the death threats were toward his son and prompted the Netflix personality to deactivate his Twitter account.
Brown said the threatening messages came because “I was nice to Sean Spicer — there was no friendship. I was just saying that if we’re going to be on the same show, I’m going to have a respectful conversation with someone who’s different from me.”
“The minute my son started getting death threats, was the worst moment for me,” adding that the threats were “coming from my own side,” Karamo said. He compared the attacks he received from “my own side,” to the horrible backlash Ellen Degeneres received for daring to sit next to President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game.
“I will never feel bad for doing what I know was right in my heart,” Brown said, as he encouraged people to speak to others with opposing political views.
"I just never thought in my heart that people would look at me, as a black, gay man living in America, that I was somehow part of the enemy." – Karamo on the backlash to his Sean Spicer comments pic.twitter.com/VCjKEmYhqV
— AM2DM by BuzzFeed News (@AM2DM) November 6, 2019
Why does the left repeatedly try to label conservatives as “intolerant” people? It’s pretty clear to see who’s intolerant. It’s also pretty clear how quickly the left resorts to threatening the lives of people or in the case of Brown, people’s young children if they don’t go along with them.
Tell us what you think about Brown defending Spicer and then having his son’s life threatened by his “own side,” in the comment section below.