Drea de Matteo says there are 'a lot' of quiet Trump voters in Hollywood

"I think there are a lot of them," de Matteo said.

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Emmy-winning star of The Sopranos Drea de Matteo appeared on Jesse Watters Primetime on Monday, saying that there are a lot of Trump voters in Hollywood, but they just keep quiet about it. This comes after Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and other high-profile Dems partied at a fundraiser with Hollywood glitterati in LA to raise money for the octogenarian's campaign.

"That was a hard intro to watch," de Matteo told Watters after watching clips from the gala event. "It's the Italian, man. We're talking about Fauci, we're talking about De Niro. I am mortified right now by my people. I don't understand what we're doing here."

Actor Robert De Niro joined Biden campaign spokespersons outside Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's criminal trial against Donald Trump in June to blast the former president and GOP frontrunner. Jane Fonda said "I'll do anything to get Joe Biden re-elected," and Jack Black, complete with old man beard and red-white-and-blue overalls shorts, claimed "when democracy is at stake, Jack Black answers the call."



"Is there a quiet Trump voter out there in Hollywood?" Watters asked.

"I think there are a lot of them," de Matteo said. She also said "there are a lot of Kennedy supporters" before saying "I wonder how much these actors got paid to endorse Biden at this point. I'm curious. I wonder if De Niro got paid a locations fee because he had to travel to the courtroom."

De Matteo said that she was never part of the Hollywood insiders' crowd even when The Sopranos was at the height of its success. "We were the outcasts even though we were the critically acclaimed we were outcasts. I'm still an outcast. They're going to take me out into the woods and shoot me for not supporting Biden," she joked.

She told Watters that she's never "cared about politics until this very moment in time, because it's not about politics anymore, this is about freedom and humanity and human beings and we the people."

The two then admitted to each other that they had never watched each others' shows. 
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