Sheriff to Anti-Trump Celebrities Who Want to Leave, ‘I’ll Even Help Them Pack’

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Sheriff to Anti-Trump Celebrities Who Want to Leave, ‘I’ll Even Help Them Pack’
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Celebrities threatening to leave the country if President Trump gets re-elected heard a message from an Ohio sheriff.

Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones said he would help celebrities planning to leave if Joe Biden loses in the election.

“Hell, I’ll even help them pack,” Sheriff Jones exclaimed in a viral video after saying he would donate for the celebrities’ airfare tickets.

The sheriff believes the Anti-Trump celebrities are mostly people who do not support the police force and first responders.

“I hope you do leave,” Sheriff Jones says, adding maybe they could make a better life outside the country.

Butler County Sheriff’s Office released a statement preceding the Sheriff’s video. It said celebrities always threaten to leave the country every election. Some expressed the same intention last 2016, yet, not a single celebrity was believed to have left the country.




One of the celebrities who aired threats recently is musician Bruce Springsteen.

“If Trump is re-elected — which he will not be; I’m predicting right now he’s gonna lose — if by some happenstance he should be, I’ll see you on the next plane,” said the New Jersey artist.

Another Facebook post of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office went viral in September when it wrote, “If you think about coming to Butler County to abuse police, think again.”

Sheriff Jones claimed he has seen the violence rampaging the country since summer. Lawlessness was directed towards the police force with bricks and frozen water bottles thrown at them in Oregon, and water dumped on police officers in New York. Also, police were targeted and shot in Chicago and most states.




“I won’t tolerate it, period. You shoot at the police expect us to shoot back,” said the furious Sheriff, adding he would not allow his men to take the same abuse.

If you come to this County expecting a free pass to harm one of my men or women in uniform, keep in mind, nothing in life is free,” Sheriff Jones warned.