30 Celebrities We Bet You Didn’t Know Are Republican

30 Celebrities We Bet You Didn’t Know Are Republican March 31, 2023Leave a comment

Reality TV star Tila Tequila was very supportive of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.

She even posted a five-minute video discussing her reasons for being a Trump supporter, despite first thinking his nomination was “a joke.”.

Dennis Rodman has been very vocal about his conservative views over the years and voiced his support for Trump back in July 2015.

According to Rodman, Trump was a great friend and he believed the country needed a businessman in office. How’s that worked out for you, Rodman?

Wrestler and former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson has been very vocal about being a Republican and even voiced his support for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.

He even said he believed that Trump would be a “good president.” We wonder what he thinks of him now?

Adam Sandler is best known for his comedy, but you may not know that he’s a Republican.

While he tends to keep his politics close to his chest, his conservative views have come out every so often.

You have to wonder how awkward it must have been for Arnold being the governor of such a liberal state like California.

A very vocal conservative, Schwarzenegger has been very vocal about his dislike for President Trump.

Professional wrestler and actor Hulk Hogan hasn’t been very vocal in terms of politics, but he did endorse Mitt Romney for president back in 2012.

It seems a lot of professional wrestlers identify as Republican.

It should come as no surprise that controversial Lindsay Lohan is a Republican.

This was revealed when she supported Mitt Romney for president back in 2012. It seems Romney is quite popular with the Hollywood crowd.

The star of “Little House on the Prairie” supported the 2008 presidential campaign of Rudy Giuliani and hasn’t been shy about being conservative.

She remained quiet in the 2016 election…probably for the best.

Known for her breakout role in Clueless, Stacey Dash made waves in 2012 when she supported Mitt Romney.

Since then, she’s been very outspoken regarding her conservative views, creating quite a few enemies in the African American community.

Supermodel and spokeswoman, Cindy Crawford may have supported Obama in 2008, but she switched to Mitt Romney in 2012.

She even appeared in a video for Romney’s fundraising campaign.

98 Degrees singer Nick Lachey hasn’t shied away from being conservative. Just like his ex-wife, he too came from a conservative home.

It’s interesting how he doesn’t have a career anymore. Another victim of the liberal Hollywood elite?

Patricial Heaton is best known for her hilarious role as Frankie Heck in the hit sitcom, “The Middle” and she’s also an outspoken conservative.

Heaton has been very vocal with her pro-life activism on Twitter.

One of the hottest actresses in the 70’s and 80’s, Bo Derek campaigned for both George W.

Bush and his father in their respective presidential elections. She did vote for Obama in 2008, but has leaned conservative through most of her personal political beliefs.

Kid Rock has been very outspoken about his conservative politics and was on stage with Mitt Romney during his 2012 presidential campaign.

Recently, Kid Rock has spoken about running for a Republican Senate seat.

Scott Baio is best known for starring in his hit sitcom, “Charles in Charge” and is a very outspoken Republican.

He was highly supportive of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and even spoke at the Republican National Convention.

Heather Locklear of “Melrose Place” fame has kept her conservative views to herself; however, she did speak at a campaign event for GOP congressional candidate Randy Hoffman.

No wonder her Hollywood career is pretty much over.

Jon Voight has been very vocal about his dislike for the left, even calling Barack Obama a false prophet back in 2009.

You can often find him at Republican fundraisers when he’s not acting.

Jessica Simpson has never been shy about her conservative background and has been a Republican supporter for her entire life.

She endorsed President George W. Bush in 2004, although she has kept her politics quiet in recent years.

Did you know that Lara Flynn Boyle was once named “Republican Babe of the Week?” We have to assume this is why her Hollywood career tanked and she basically has been stuck in direct-to-dvd hell.

Soap opera star Susan Lucci has mentioned her conservative beliefs over the years.

She tends to keep her politics personal, though.

It may come as a surprise but Sylvester Stallone is a conservative and an out and proud Republican.

He was very supportive of John McCain during is 2008 presidential campaign.

Tom Selleck has been very outspoken about being a Republican. In fact, he made a cash donation to John McCain’s presidential campaign back in 2008.

And where is he now. We think Hollywood got its revenge with his career.

Singer Kelly Clarkson stopped short of endorsing Texas congressman Ron Paul during the 2012 Republican primaries but did express her admiration for him.

She has hinted at being conservative over the years but tends to not talk about politics.

Wayne Newton is a self-proclaimed conservative.

During the 2012 presidential election he endorsed Michele Bachmann, which turned some heads to say the least.

Bruce Willis was a big supporter of President George H.W.

Bush during his re-election campaign against Bill Clinton. He hasn’t been vocal recently about his politics, but it seems most Republican celebrities kept quiet during the 2016 presidential election due to Trump’s harsh rhetoric.

Actor Vince Vaughn holds a lot of admiration for Republican Ron Paul and even endorsed him for president during the 2012 presidential election.

Who would have thought?

While his career has tanked over the past few years, Busey has never been shy about being a Republican.

He endorsed Donald Trump for president and even supported Newt Gingrich during the 2012 election.

Clint Eastwood turned some heads in Hollywood back in 2012 when he endorsed Mitt Romney for president.

However, being such a beloved icon in the industry didn’t receive too much liberal backlash. He did support Trump in 2016 election, but wasn’t very vocal about it.

Known for playing Superman on TV, Dean Cain has fallen off the radar in recent years, but when it comes to politics he is quite vocal.

Cain supported John McCain during the 2008 presidential election and then went on to campaign for Rick Perry in 2012.

A devout Christian and professional football player, Tim Tebow is very outspoken about his conservative beliefs.

He works with Focus on the Family on a regular basis, and has been very supportive of Republican campaigns in the past.

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