The telethon is reported to have over 50 celebrities who will all participate to try to drive voter enthusiasm leading up to the election.
Noted fan of the VietCong, Jane Fonda, and dedicated leftist "comedian" Amy Schumer, will headline an "online telethon" next Monday night to encourage young people to "to pledge to vote in Tuesday's congressional midterm elections," Yahoo News reports.
In a demonstration certain to be just as effective as their protests against Kavanaugh — which saw Schumer "arrested" by choice, and "handcuffed" with zip ties before being led off to a "holding facility" — Fonda and Schumer plan to outline reasons Millennials should forgot their phobia of actually visiting a post office, and cast their ballots in the midterm elections.
The telethon, titled, of course, "Telethon for America," will be will be "streamed live starting at 9 p.m. ET on Monday on YouTube, Facebook Live and Comedy Central's website, organizers said in a statement," according to Yahoo.
But Schumer and Fonda won't be the only social media leftists to star in the torturous online display. Director Judd Apatow, who regularly tweets hysterical conspiracy theories about President Donald Trump, will join the pair of aging activists, as will noted political expert Chelsea Handler, as will someone named Olga Kay, who is touted as a "celebrity activist, but has a suspiciously limited IMDB profile that includes credits for playing a circus juggler on "CSI:NY."