Dolly’s Blasted For Not Joining #MeToo Protests, She Scorches Trump-Hating Females

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Dolly Parton rejects the Hollywood crowd hijacking the #MeToo movement or the Women’s March and turning it into a political movement. The 73-year-old country icon just wants to entertain Americans, not take to the streets like Jane Fonda or tell people who to vote for like Oprah Winfrey. So when she was blasted for nor joining the rabid feminists, Dolly scorched the Trump-hating females. You’ll love this.

Jane Fonda (left), Dolly Parton (middle), Oprah Winfrey (right) (Photo Credit: BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images, David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images, Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Americans are fed up with the Hollywood crowd lecturing us and demonizing us if we support conservative causes. God forbid if we support President Donald Trump. That’s considered a crime to the leftist media and their Hollywood cohorts.

But Dolly Parton is different. The 73-year-old country singer is an unabashed patriotic American who loves her country. She was under fire by leftists over her Dollywood Stampede theater show which celebrated America. It is filled with patriotic songs, a ton of American flags waving, and everything the rabid leftists in this country now hate.

Yet, Parton refuses to delve into politics like other celebrities. She claims it’s not her place to tell Americans who to vote for, but now her own sister is blasting the country legend for refusing to join the rabid feminists by protesting with the leftist #MeToo movement or Women’s March.

“I’m ashamed of my sister for keeping her mouth shut,” said Stella Parton, 69, who grew up with Dolly as one of 12 siblings to illiterate parents in Sevier County, Tennessee. “She can run it when it is about something else, but speak up about injustice, Dolly Parton. Speak up. And speak out. Defend women, and don’t just do it in a little song. Speak up.”

Stella, an advocate of the #MeToo movement, has spoken out against sexual harassment in the country music industry in the past, saying it’s nothing but “a bunch of Southern Baptist hypocrites” who “hide behind their religion,” Fox News reported.

Well, Dolly made sure she sent a message to her sister and those Hollywood Trump-hating females who marched while wearing those ridiculous “pussy-hats.” Like anything Dolly does, she kills you with kindness, but she does get her point across.

When a leftist reporter asked Dolly if she is a “feminist” and supports the Women’s March, the reporter was aghast when Parton “wrinkled her nose” in disgust. “I don’t think … I mean, I must be if being a feminist means I’m all for women, yes. But I don’t feel I have to march, hold up a sign or label myself,” Parton said. “I think the way I have conducted my life and my business and myself speaks for itself. I don’t think of it as being feminist. It’s not a label I have to put on myself. I’m just all for gals.”

Don’t you just love how she says, “But I don’t feel I have to march, hold up a sign or label myself?” Of course, Dolly is referring to those Trump-haters in the Women’s March like Jane Fonda, Madonna, and Ashley Judd. She’s Dolly Parton, and she isn’t going to “label” herself a rabid feminist to make Oprah Winfrey or anyone in the Hollywood crowd happy.

Parton also recently recalled how uncomfortable she felt when her 9 to 5 costars blasted President Trump at the 2017 Emmys. “Well, I don’t like being part of … I don’t like to be known by the company I keep, so to speak. I want to be my own individual self. If I’ve got something to say, I’ll say it, but I don’t want to be dragged into it,” she said.

So was she surprised by what Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin said about Trump? “It was a little …” she began, then stopped herself. “Well, it was not a surprise, knowing Lily and Jane. I just did not want everybody to think that whatever they think is what I think.” 

Dolly Parton is a rare thing in America today. A professional singer and actress who refuses to kowtow to all the Trump-haters. Instead, she just wants to do her job and entertain the American people she loves. Dolly loves America and refuses to take part in anything that tears down and divides our country. We need more celebrities like Dolly Parton. She is a true American patriot who rejects all the anti-American sentiments coming from all those suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.