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Actor Ted Danson Coming To West Chester Today

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — An 80s sitcom star will be in our area today to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

People can sign up to have lunch with actor and environmental activist, Ted Danson in West Chester at 2 p.m.

Danson, famous for playing Sam Malone on “Cheers” and his role on “CSI: Cyber” attended the Democratic National Convention back in July, along with his wife, Mary Steenburgen.

Last Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama was in Philadelphia campaigning for Clinton at LaSalle University.

Organizers say Monday’s event is a chance for voters to learn more about Ted’s activism and his views on the election.

Celebrities who have endorsed Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump include another sitcom star, Scott Baio famous for his role as Chachi on Happy Days, as well as Mike Tyson, Kid Rock and singer Azealia Banks.


One Comment

  1. Jesse Peterson says:

    James Lovelock, inventor of Gaia Theory and godfather of the modern environmental movement, has finally renounced the green religion.

    Climate alarmism, he says, is not “remotely scientific”; one volcano could make more difference to global warming than humans ever could; the computer models are “unreliable”; greens have behaved “deplorably”; and anyone who tries to “predict more than five to ten years is a bit of an idiot.”

    Though this is not the first time Lovelock has rowed back on his earlier climate catastrophism – in 2012 he was already admitting “I made a mistake” – it’s his most emphatic rejection yet of the green litany.

    Lovelock, 97, ascribes the dramatic change in his once fervently alarmist beliefs to the fact that he has “grown up.”

    Only ten years ago – when the inventor, scientist and environmentalist was a mere spring chicken of 87 – Lovelock argued in his book The Revenge of Gaia that mankind was doomed.

    Because of global warming, he predicted, “billions will die” and the few survivors would have to retreat to the Arctic which would be one of the few habitable places left on earth.

  2. Jesse Peterson says:

    Ted, you have bad taste in woman…and your new sitcom s ucks too.

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