Obviously, in the election for U.S. president, rich stars, ranging from Lady Gaga to Robert De Niro, did not have power to get their liberal candidate - Hillary Clinton - elected. Their fall from influence is covered in the Daily Mail by Piers Morgan.
Now, Hollywood stars will have to retreat to just being entertainers. Some are labeling this shift as a "Black Swan." Financial thought leader Nassim Taleb defined that as an unexpected development which produces an unexpected irreversible big bang.
Until the Trump Phenomenon the usual example given for a Black Swan was the Internet. Now it's the unique conservative mindset of what might go down in history as the Trump Revolution.
The early losers in that gigantic shoot-out for power include the celebrities who used to be the influencers in American institutions. Now, no one cares what their political points of view are. The message is: Do your performance art and exit stage right. On the way out, keep your mouths shut.
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