As the release of the Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report summary led to many celebrities, politicians and ordinary folk vocally express their opinion on the matter on social media, famous actress and activist Pamela Anderson made her voice heard as well.
In her recent series of tweets, Pamela claimed that while "the soap opera of American politics" does not interest her, people in the United States will continue living in an "SNL skit" as long as Trump remains president, further insisting that it is "important to vote in the next election".
The soap opera of American politics doesn’t interest me.— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) March 24, 2019
As long as Mr. Trump is President —Americans are living
in a SNL skit.
I want to engage..
You can only support NGO’s you trust —
It’s important to vote in the next election!!!
She also used this opportunity to express her dissatisfaction with reality TV shows, describing them as an "epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitive — for the artist".
"You are usually bullied into doing TV like this by agents fighting over commissions — you’re left without any great amount of joy or money — you feel used, dirty, and with no feeling of accomplishment", the Baywatch star complained.
You are usually bullied into doing TV like this— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) March 24, 2019
fighting over commissions —
left without any
great amount of joy
you feel used, dirty,
and with no feeling
Pamela’s statements evoked a somewhat mixed reaction online as many netizens did not seem keen to agree with her opinion about Trump,
it's the exact opposite. We HAVE already been living for decades if not centuries in the Truman show. MR TRUMP is the one who has been helping to wake people up despite being attacked non stop for 2.5 years. Complete trash in the media! Traitors— Chris (@WarmindX) March 25, 2019
I'm proud of the President @realDonaldTrump America is respected again & it's obvious to anyone not following the #FakeNews MSM. My only critique would be that the wheels of justice move too slowly, but I have a feeling that that's all about to change. #SethRich #FreeAssange— Garvin Foote (@StudioGarvin) March 24, 2019
Its hilarious that a reality TV star can run America better than professional politicians, so yes, SNL— fUEL8U (@Marcusbay5) March 24, 2019
Sad you don't even know what you're talking about. I do agree it's important to vote in the next election though. #trump2020— MyDawgsBite (@dawgs_my) March 25, 2019
Though some apparently did share her point of view.
100% true! Most people in Europe here feel the same way.— NotJustAnotherCryptoGuy (@guy_meuris) March 24, 2019
Marriage of Kellyann and George Conway is the perfect example on how divided USA is getting under Trump… 'polarisation' is never the answer. The world needs more 'inclusion'! UR always welcome in Belgium… 👍😉👍
Her take on reality TV, however, evoked a much more uniform response.
I agree with you, I am sick of the media being full of images of reality stars, I miss the days when you had to have a talent to be famous. I find it astonishing that alot of people follow and worship reality tv people.— ☘️ (@ILuvGaryBarlow_) March 24, 2019
Thank you so much for speaking out about reality shows. It seems like that's the only thing tv stations air. I say it's enough.— Deborah Saucier (@DeborahSaucier) March 25, 2019
I could not agree more. Reality TV is the worst of the worst of bad & unhealthy habits for many people, and a bad habit that I never started, nor do I ever intend do. Ugliness at it's core.— Sherlee (@stanfis0520) March 25, 2019
A summary of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, released on Sunday, said that no proof of US President Donald Trump coordinating with Russia ahead of the 2016 presidential election had been found.