Barbra Streisand says she ‘can’t live in this country’ if this happens

Following her icy rendition of “Don’t Lie to Me” for former president Trump, Barbra Streisand once again attacks the “tyrant,” threatening to leave the country if the Republican front-runner for 2024 is re-elected.

“I can’t live in this country if he becomes president,” the singer and actor recently told Stephen Colbert of the four-times-indicted Trump, describing him as “so stupid” and “ill-informed.”There have been other celebrities who have broken their promises to flee to Canada, Europe, or even Jupiter after Trump’s 2016 victory, so this isn’t the first time she’s made that threat.When the 81-year-old legendary singer Barbra Streisand declared, “Yes, Mr. Trump, let’s make America great again,” she was not aiming to play the role of a Funny Girl. But hear me out: America was fantastic prior to your election.An outspoken critic of the former president, the Democratic fundraiser and supporter has referred to him as “the Liar in Chief, the Groper in Chief.”“Walls,” the 36th album by the EGOT (who has an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony) was inspired by the reality show star turned US president and was published in 2018.

Barbra Streisand, a Grammy-nominated artist, expressed her heartbreak and disbelief at Trump’s assault on democracy and institutions. She wrote a song, “Don’t Lie to Me,” inspired by the news and the craziness of Trump’s lies. Streisand’s memoir, “My Name is Barbra,” discusses the friction between politicians and artists, highlighting her political involvement.Artists often provoke anger due to their role as a country’s conscience and voice for the voiceless. However, their powerful voice has been criticized for being the enemy of tyrants and dictators. Prince of Tides star, despite her powerful voice, did not sway the voting population.

Celebrities Cher, Jon Stewart, and Cher have expressed concerns about the upcoming elections, with Trump as the clear Republican frontrunner. Cher criticizes Trump’s actions and believes he has evaded accountability. Streisand aims for a truthful America, while Republicans call for a border wall.


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