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James Woods is one example of an anti-SJW celebrity

A lot of celebrities today are becoming more and more SJW, overly preachy, annoying or bash Donald Trump so much that even some Trump haters are getting annoyed by it.  However in some cases, there are still some celebrities with common sense, intelligence, and know their job is to entertain, not preach.  Down below are some examples. 


  1. James Woods (Hades from Disney's Hercules, Mike Toreno from Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasAGW): Has criticized transgender surgery on children.
  2. Octavia Spencer: Has said that it's okay for a white person to direct a black film as well as people directing films involving people outside of their own background in general claiming it to be a Catch-22.
  3. Steve Martin: Along with Martin Short, Martin has said that he won’t joke about Donald Trump. Not only that, but he wants to offer comedy without politics.
  4. Martin Short: See above.
  5. Cassie Jaye: Stated that she no longer identifies as being a feminist due to how they are no longer becoming the original idea it once was and she now identifies more on the lines of egalatarian.
  6. Eva Green (actress): Is apolitical, stating that she is "not really involved with politics… I’m living in my cocoon with my classical music around".
  7. Gemma Atkinson (actress/model): Dislikes talking about politics and religion, stating that "It’s all about politics and religion and money but I think it would be so much better if everyone was at peace with each other."
  8. Giada De Laurentiis (celebrity chef): Although she supported Hillary Clinton, she prefers to stay apolitical as stated in these two quotes: "Food is one thing we can all enjoy together," and "Let's keep the donkeys and elephants out of the kitchen, OK?"
  9. John Cena (WWE star): Has done numerous charity work and granted more than 600 Make A Wish Foundation wishes.
  10. David Boreanz (Kingdom Hearts): He has been very critical of the mainstream media, especially CNN, stating that CNN will destroy you emotionally and mentally.
  11. Rami Malek (actor): Aside from being openly against capitalism, he is mostly apolitical. Supports multiple charities that help fight severe health conditions such as HIV/AIDS.
  12. Ann Readon ("How to Cook That" YouTube channel): Uses her cooking skills to debunk fake cooking hack videos from channels like So Yummy and 5 Minute Crafts. Has criticized these channels for being content farms and abusing YouTube's algorithm and worse, produce videos that have actually discouraged potential cooks from cooking.
  13. Jim Carrey: Despite having bashed Trump so many times in the past on his Twitter account, he has recently announced he would stop being political to further his career.
  14. Daniel Tosh (host of Tosh.0): Has a way of being politically incorrect without being offensive by stating that he’s not a racist or misogynist and he just finds the jokes funny.
  15. George Orwell† (author of Animal Farm and 1984): His works are anti-totalitarian; Animal Farm is an allegory of Stalinism and 1984 is a look into a dystopic totalitarian future and the consequences of it.
  16. Andrew Lloyd Webber (creator of Jesus Christ SuperstarEvita and Cats): Has bemoaned the rise of political correctness in the arts, stating that some of his greatest musicals would never be written today for fear of offending minorities.
  17. Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed): Has heavily criticized the mainstream media for their selfish nature.
  18. Lord Ezec/Danny Diablo (Skarhead): Has stated multiple times on twitter how much he hates politics and his music has often gone against political correctness.
  19. Jonathan Davis (Korn): After finding out that a school banned Korn shirts due to it being politically incorrect, Davis and his band handed out free shirts right outside of the school.
  20. Gilbert Gottfried (Iago from Aladdin (1992)): Some of his work goes against political correctness.
  21. Johnathan Thurston (NRL player): Believes that he didn't deserve the Clive Churchill Medal as Man of the Match when winning the 2015 NRL Grand Final for the North Queensland Cowboys feeling that he performed below expectations and felt that it should've been awarded to Jake Granville who helped set up the first two tries for the Cowboys.
  22. Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park/Black Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Ichigo Kurosaki from Bleach, Lelouch Vi Britannia from Code Geass, and Jonathan Joestar from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure): After being cast as the new voice of Broly as of a Dragon Ball FighterZupdate, he admitted that he was still very good friends with Vic Mignogna. In addition, he debunked a false sexual misconduct allegation placed against him.
  23. Bryce Papenbrook and David Vincent (voice actors and developers of the Unlocked app): Despite receiving tremendous pressure from #KickVic, neither of them have banned Vic Mignogna from the app's social network.
  24. Cameron Boyce† (Luke Ross from Jessie and Carlos De Vil from Descendants): Did much help, service and charity work through his organization, The Cameron Boyce Foundation.
  25. Arseino Hall: During a taping of his show, he went off on people who asked him if he booked any gay guests and he told them that it was none of their business what their sexuality is.
  26. Drew Binsky (vlogger): Most of his videos are about travelling, experiences, inspiring stories, and cultures. Made this video explaining why he hates politics.
  27. Ned Luke (Michael De Santa from Grand Theft Auto VAGW): Has called out notorious clickbaiter MrBossFTW, stating thaat "if Rockstar announces it, they're right".
  28. Common (rapper): Is open to any political view, as he made a post on Facebook stating that "Politics is politics and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, I respect that."
  29. Danica Patrick (former professional racing driver): When asked about her thoughts on politics and religion, she stated that she prefers not to talk about either, and doesn't mind people who do talk about those topics.
  30. Daniel Craig (one of the actors of James Bond): Although he stated that he liked the way George Clooney approaches political topics, he is mostly apolitical as he stated his strong disliking towards all politicians. Stated that those who don't have a 100% understanding on politics should leave the topic alone.
  31. Daniel Radcliffe (actor of Harry Potter): Stated that he prefers not to preach about his religious views. Criticized Hollywood for its hypocritical views on progression by pointing out that racism exists within their community.
  32. Charles White (penguinz0/Cr1TiKaL): Most of his humor goes against political correctness. Acknowledged that the term "woke" has lost its meaning due to obsessive anti-SJWs abusing the term.
  33. Ellie Goulding (singer/songwriter): Her songs are known for having very little to no political or religious messages in them.
  34. Sia (singer/songwriter): She has advocated for animal rights and donates to various charities. She also supports Johnny Depp due to revelations in 2020 concerning Amber Heard's abusive treatment of him.
  35. Tim Curry (Pennywise from Stephen King’s IT (1990), Dr. Frank N. Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Anatoly Cherdenko from Red Alert 3): There were moments in his acting career where he’s been politically incorrect.
  36. Kate McKinnon (Jillian from Ghostbusters (2016)): Has mocked and made skits about both Republicans and Democrats on SNL numerous times.
  37. Harrison Ford (actor of Han Solo and Indiana Jones): Although he admitted to being a Democrat and being against Trump, he stated that he prefers to keep quiet about his political views and prefers to not judge people based on their political views.
  38. Youngbloodfantasy91 (YouTuber): In the second part of his rant on DeviantArt on his original account of Youngbloodfantasy92, he addresses the First Amendment in resposne to users upset over criticism from him based on his experiences as a user on the site himself. Also defended Mariotehplumber as he believed he is merely a troll in his rant on the Commentary Community.
  39. Kobe Bryant† (former NBA player): Donated to several charities and helped many people with personal issues. Also remained mostly apolitical throughout his career despite being close friends with Barack Obama.
  40. Jason Alexander (George Costanza from Seinfeld): His entire take on comedy goes everything against political correctness.
  41. Bradley Cooper (Chris Kyle from American Sniper and Rocket Raccoon from the Marvel movies): Has denied that American Sniper was a political movie, preferring it to be “about a man - a character study.”
  42. -Stephen Colbert (host of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and former host of The Colbert Report): Has satirically talked about "PC Police" which is him criticizing political correctness.
  43. Danny DeVito: His brand of humor is highly politically incorrect.
  44. Joey Fatone (member of NSYNC): Despite having worked with Wade Robson at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, Fatone expressed skepticism over the Leaving Neverland documentary, stating: "[At the time] it seemed like nothing was going on, that's the whole thing. To come out later on and have these repercussions, it's kind of weird and interesting because you never know what's true."
  45. Pocari Roo (YouTuber): Made a video meant to raise awareness on the 2019-2020 wildfire season that hit her country of Australia.
  46. Peter Jackson (director of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Bad TasteMeet the Feebles, the Hobbit trilogy, King Kong (2005) and Braindead): The humor in his films (especially his early ones) is known for being extremely macabre and twisted, and as such, it makes fun of political correctness.
  47. Forest Whitaker (Idi Amin from The Last King of Scotland, Zuri from Black Panther, Saw Guerrera from Star Wars and Colonel G. T. Weber from Arrival): Works with UNESCO as a Goodwill Ambassador to support and develop initiatives that empower youths and keep them from entering or remaining in cycles of violence. Founded the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative (WPDI), a non-governmental organization in 2012, with the intention of implementing peace-building programs in conflict-affected communities in the different regions of the world, including Africa, Latin America and the United States.
  48. Dennis Quaid (Tuck Pendleton from Innerspace): Is politically independent, has voted for both Democrats and Republicans and is open to different points of view.
  49. Deana Martin (Dean Martin’s daughter): Criticized John Legend’s version of “Baby, it’s Cold Outside,” calling it absurd and said her father would never approve of the altered lyrics.
  50. Bruno Mars (singer): Donated and helped multiple charities that helped victims of disasters such as the Flint water crisis, Hurricane Maria, or a 7.1 earthquake in Mexico. Chooses to remain almost completely apolitical.
  51. Caitlyn Jenner (former Olympic athlete): Although she voted for Trump, she did not want to support neither him nor Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election, believing that Clinton is a liar and that Trump's behavior would hurt his presidency.
  52. Ang Lee (director of Brokeback MountainGemini ManHulk (2003)Life of Pi and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon): Said China’s boycott of Taiwan awards show a loss no matter the red carpet or the films and politics are an aspect we don’t want to see, but we have to face it because we live in this world.
  53. Nux Taku (anime Youtuber): Pointed out why a celebrity's political opinion matters less than someone who actually has a degree in political subjects during his Interspecies Reviewers FAR SURPASSES My Hero Academia video.
  54. John Carpenter (director of the original Halloween film and The Thing): Openly denounced Neo-Nazis who misinterpret his film They Live as sympathetic to their ideologies of ethno-centrism and anti-Semitism, as the blue aliens in it were meant to reflect his pessimistic views on the consumerist nature and Trickle Down component of Reagonomics and nothing more than that. Also stressed that the film was not meant to spread fear and paranoia over literal aliens from space invading and subjugating human race
  55. TheLonelyGoomba (Youtuber): A lot of his humour goes against political correctness.
  56. Chris Ulmer (Special Books by Special Kids): His entire channel is dedicated to interviewing people with different disabilities so the world can get a better understanding on disabilities and what life is like for people with one. Has criticized YouTube for disabling comments on videos marked for kids.
  57. Nuseir Yassin (Nas Daily Offcial): Made a video pointing out that no religion is perfect and that it is ok to poke fun at a religion as long as you aren’t being extreme with it. Has also called out people who exploit women for views.
  58. Jarvis Johnson (Youtuber): Called out channels like Actually Happened that use emotional manipulation for views.
  59. Billschannel (Youtuber): In his video on the allegations that an asteroid will hit earth on December 2019, he called out Mr Scientific for leaving out the low probability of the asteroid striking earth in his video of the allegations and pointed out that science should be used to inform people and shouldn’t be used to unnecessarily scare people.
  60. Michael Crichton (author of Jurassic Park): Has stated that politicized science is dangerous because of eugenics that killed millions of innocent people.
  61. Anthony Bourdain† (celebrity chef): Criticized people who belittle others for having different political views, stating that "when we deny them their basic humanity and legitimacy of their views, however different they may be than ours, when we mock them at every turn, and treat them with contempt, we do no one any good."
  62. Bobby Moynihan (former cast member on Saturday Night Live): Criticized Saturday Night Live for how political it has become, stating “It was very politics heavy, very Trump heavy and that’s not necessarily my favorite.”
  63. Gary Sinise (Lieutenant Dan from Forrest Gump and Shaw from Open Season): Is a supporter of various veterans' organizations, helped with many soldiers, and with his Lt. Dan Band, has visited American troops down range on USO tours with his foundation, The Gary Sinise Foundation.
  64. Jimmy Donaldson (MrBeast): He donated $1 million for filling the food bank due to COVID-19 and gives money to homeless people.
  65. Heath Ledger† (The Joker from The Dark Knight and Ennis Del Mar from Brokeback Mountain): Said that he didn’t do Brokeback Mountain for political reasons.
  66. Tom Holland (director of Child’s Play, not to be confused with the Spider-Man actor): Defended Child’s Play by stating that viewers of horror movies could only be influenced by their content if they were "unbalanced to begin with.”
  67. Gmanlives (Youtuber): Some of his comments are critical of political correctness and ham-fisted politics in entertainment.
  68. Ice Cube (rapper/actor): Acknowledged that every region has something to offer and that they are all flawed in some way.
  69. Hal Holbrook (award-winning actor): Though he can get political, he opposes the politicization of religion.
  70. Denis Leary (Diego from Ice Age): In part of his comedy act, No Cure for Cancer, he takes a shot at political correctness.
  71. Tyler, the Creator (rapper): His shtick of music is highly politically incorrect, and mocks PC culture a lot.
  72. Dave Brockie† (singer) His band GWAR has took shots at political correctness and celebrity worship. They also never pander to anybody; they criticize all groups of people, politics and religion.
  73. Fabri Fibra (Italian rapper): Started a clothing brand called Coranavirus to help fight against COVID-19.
  74. Fabio Rizzo (Marracash): Has contributed to charity work such as helping earthquake and COVID-19 victims trough charity themed songs.
  75. David Burd (Lil Dicky): Altough his song Earth was highly panned by music critics, Lil Dicky still released the proceedings the song made to charity. The song also states that everyone should get along despite our differences. Further the humour in his music is highly politically incorrect.
  76. Daniel Day-Lewis (award-winning British actor): Being so protective about his personal lifehis political views are not known despite observing them.
  77. Billy Bob Thornton (director, writer and actor for Sling Blade): He doesn’t want to share his political opinions.
  78. Pat Sajak (host of Wheel of Fortune): Believes that every political person should have self-moderation, stating that it's not worth ruining relationships because of politics.
  79. Keegan Michael-Key (Key and Peele): Said that the only hobby he does is comedy and that you should do what you love.
  80. Greta Thunberg (Activist): Is apolitical, as she said on her Twitter that she doesn’t support any political party and doesn’t like being called “political”. Made fun of those who criticize her in an interview at Time magazine by saying: "It's quite hilarious when the only thing people can do is mock you, or talk about your appearance or personality, as it means they have no argument or nothing else to say".
  81. Kendrick Lamar (rapper): Although he showed support to Obama, he chooses to remain apolitical since he believes his vote doesn't matter.
  82. Arnold Schwarzenegger (the Terminator from the Terminator franchise): Stated that climate change should be dealt with immediately instead of politicizing the topic. Has no problem with people supporting candidates of the opposite party, stating that it is "not only acceptable to choose your country over your party – it is your duty.
  83. Cynical Reviews (Youtuber): In his Holmes and Watson review, he admits that though he disliked Donald Trump, he made a reason why he stopped joking about him: it was because the jokes will date the film horribly.
  84. Zachary Quinto (Spock from Star Trek): Just like George Takei, he criticized Kevin Spacey for the timing of his coming out in the wake of the sexual assault allegations coming from the actor.
  85. Chris Hansen (host of To Catch a Predator): Has a long track record of hunting down pedophiles.
  86. Shepard Smith (former Fox News host): He refuses to push any agenda at all while delevring news, only putting facts.
  87. Anton Yelchin† (Star Trek actor): The reason why he never talked about politics his whole life was probably because of the political oppression he and his family had in Leningrad.
  88. davidvinc (RPG YouTuber): In his 15 Best Short, MODERN RPGs video, he stated that Undertale proves you don't need the best graphics or big budget to make a great game.
  89. Ken Levine (creator of Bioshock and designer of System Shock 2): His story-making philosophy is about “not buying into a single point of view.” Has also made a video showing how to write diverse characters the right way.
  90. Mads Mikkelsen (Le Chiffre from Casino Royale and Cliff Unger from Death Stranding): Stated that he will never be a fan of any kind of political correctness.
  91. Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson from Titanic (1997), Hugh Glass from The Revenant, Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby (2013), Howard Hughes from The Aviator): Got rid of his private jet, donated $3 million to Australia during the 2019 Australian Wildfires and saved a young man from drowning in the Caribbean. Established the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998, a non-profit organization devoted to promoting environmental awareness. Donated $1 million to relief efforts in Haiti after the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
  92. Connie Willis: Her science-fiction novella Uncharted Territory, which follows three humans sent to explore an alien world and are accompanied by a native guide, satirizes political correctness.
  93. Ryan Reynolds: Along with his wife Blake Lively, he donated $1 million to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada to help provide meals to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mocked celebrities trying to stay relevant during the pandemic by saying that doctors and grocery store employees are bigger heroes than most celebrities.
  94. Blake Lively (actress/model): Also donated $1 million to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada to help provide meals to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  95. Phil McGraw (host of Dr. Phil): Said in a episode of Dr. Phil that video games causing violence is not true and that there is no evidence to back up that claim. Also criticized a mother for buying games for her son that she claims are making him dysfunctional.
  96. James Hatfield (Singer of Metallica): He refuses to talk about politics and has criticized celebrities for using their platform as a soapbox for politics.
  97. Leah Remini (Former Scientologist): Is a staunch critic of Scientology, making a documentary series exposing the cult.
  98. Greg Lukianoff (lawyer): He, along with Jonathan Haidt made a book called The Coddling of the American Mind, which takes shot at overprotection, trigger warnings and safe spaces for doing more harm than good.
  99. Britney Spears: Defended Michael Jackson from Diane Sawyer, and said she believes he's innocent and that the accusations towards him are untrue.
  100. Madonna: Defended Michael Jackson from the Leaving Neverland documentary and has said "I don’t have a lynch-mob mentality, so in my mind, people are innocent until proven guilty. So my attitude when people tell me things about people is, ‘Can you prove it?".
  101. That Creepy Reading (YouTuber): When discussing the game Devotion in his video 14 Abandoned Video Games YOU CAN'T PLAY ANYMORE, he criticized the Chinese president Xi Jinping as "so insecure about being compared to Winnie the Pooh, a Disney character, he got upset over a placeholder asset so personally that it was removed a few hours after its discovery" for getting upset over a placeholder asset mocking him that was meant to be replaced with something else on a later date which didn't end well for the game's developer Red Candle Studios.
  102. Kyle Kulinski: Has made videos on SJWs on college campuses creating concepts like microaggressions, trigger warnings, and safe spaces and how it's more authoritarian than liberal. Criticized Bill Maher for wanting a recession to keep out Trump.
  103. Tyler Perry (Madea actor): Has stated that his show The Oval is not about politics, but rather about “following the maids and butlers home”.
  104. Aziz Ansari: Joked about SJWs, Cultural Appropriation and Political Correctness on his special Aziz Ansari: Right Now.
  105. Bernard Fanning (lead vocalist of Powderfinger): Has said that although there are political messages in his Powderfinger songs, it’s not his central focus when writing songs. He has stated that he has no interest in doing a Peter Garrett, referring to a musician who entered politics later in his life.
  106. Ansel Elgort (Augustus Waters from The Fault In Our Stars and Baby from Baby Driver): Has admitted that the left overexaggerates political issues and the right feeling on that overexaggeration leading the latter to shun whatever scientific proof there is.
  107. Jaden Smith (Dre Parker from the remake of The Karate Kid and Christopher from The Pursuit of Happyness): Made a foundation to help Flint, Michigan have clean water and even donated donated water filters to Flint.
  108. Dr. Shaym (YouTuber): Criticizes SJWs and feminists in his videos.
  109. Martin Scorsese (Director of The IrishmanThe Wolf of Wall StreetGoodfellasTaxi DriverShutter IslandThe AviatorThe DepartedThe King of ComedyGangs of New YorkHugoSilenceBoxing BerthaMean Streets and Casino): Many of his films are known for mocking political correctness, as evidenced by their politically incorrect themes such as modern crime, gang conflict and machismo, as well as their dark humor and their constant use of violence and profanity. Additionally, in response to him being slammed by MCU fans for criticizing the superhero genre, he has pointed out the flaws of the films of said genre, especifically their repititiveness and lack of originality. Has also said he is taking a step forward to criticize the standardization of the film offer to the detriment of diversity, further proving that he's against political correctness.
  110. James A. Janisse (Dead Meat): stated in his Halloween II kill count video that the only reasons why he didn’t like the nude scenes in rob zombie’s Halloween movies was because he thought they were gratuitous, knew it sucked for the actresses, and required him to go trough extra editing in his videos. Praised Jorden Peele’s Get Out and agreed with its message that liberals can be just as bigoted as conservatives. Called out a tweet for saying that horror movies could be the cause of mass shootings and said that neither video games or movies should be to blame for those.
  111. Jay Perez (Kubz Scouts): when Yandere Dev got a massive amount of blacklash just for suggesting the idea of killing a kitten and burying it in a hole to throw off the scent of police dogs, Jay defended him and said as a animal lover that “it’s just a game and people shouldn’t get offended so easily.” Stated in his South Park: The Stick Of Truth lets plays that he enjoys South Park’s anti-PC humour.
  112. Nathaniel Bandy: Has mocked safe spaces in his "TRIGGERED" videos. Mocked political correctness in a Super Mario 64 ROM Hack video.
  113. Jason Derulo (singer): When asked if politics is affecting music, he states that his standpoint is not to bash anyone.
  114. Akon: Defended Michael Jackson and called Leaving Neverland a propaganda.
  115. Sanna Stellan (Finnish actress, author and TV host): Is one of the feminists who have not gotten angry at Ivan Puopolo over his views on things like patriarchy and biology, as in her opinion he never acts in a chauvinistic manner but rather willingly questions things.
  116. Alicia Keys (singer): Despite saying that she was disappointed that Trump won presidency, when she was asked about being makeup-free in a 2016 interview, she says "I just wanna be honest with myself" and said that it's sad to see girls are still fighting to be themselves.
  117. Adam Driver (Kylo Ren from Star Wars): Has helped a man named Léos Carax by finding his lost dog.
  118. Agnes Moorehead† (Endora from Bewitched): Aside from her support for Franklin Roosevelt and being friends with Ronald Reagan, she rarely expressed her political beliefs.
  119. Benthelooney (YouTuber): Has made a Ben Rants video on politics back in 2012 only in response to people criticizing him for focusing exclusively on pop culture and nostalgia as well as being curious as to what his political beliefs are with him realizing that he should do something different for a change. In the video he explains his beliefs that are reasonable and doesn't shove it down people's throats compared to his usual fare and has criticized both Republicans (where he refers to them as the Repulsicans) and Democrats (where he refers to them as the Dumbocrats), instead identifying as an Independent despite past rumors that he is the latter due to being seemingly liberal.
  120. Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G from Da Ali G Show, Borat Sagdiyev from Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, Brüno Gehard from Brüno and General-Admiral Haffaz Aladeen from The Dictator): His satirical work is known for mocking political correctness.
  121. Rucka Rucka Ali (YouTuber): His music is highly politically incorrect which is the whole point as it is meant to be satirical and an attack on political correctness. Furthermore, he is heavily influenced by South Park which is also known for its attack on PC culture.
  122. Clay Aiken (singer): Made it clear that he is aware that not everyone shares his religious beliefs and he doesn’t intend to put his beliefs onto others. He has a stance that religious decisions should be made at home.
  123. Todd Phillips (director of Joker and The Hangover): He blames the "Woke" Culture for comedies not working anymore. Additionally, he has defended the film Joker from its controversy at an IGN interview alongside Joaquin Phoenix, and a lot of his work makes fun of political correctness. He has also pointed out about how many people complained about the violence in Joker, when they've seen far more violent films like John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum and yet they don't complain about it, exposing the hypocrisy of those people.
  124. Jason Gryniewicz (Daily Dose Of Internet): Although he often talks about politics on his Twitter account, he chooses not to include any political topics in his videos, stating that his videos aim to make people's days a little better. When video games were blamed for gun violence in mid-2019, he pointed out that the two best-selling games in the world "don’t even have a drop of blood" in them.
  125. Kazutaka Kodaka: (Director of Danganronpa) Has stated that video games should not be politically correct.
  126. Christina Scabbia (Singer of Lacuna Coil) Has criticized social media for blurring the lines between reality and fiction calling the next generation "fucked".Stating that they have no idea what real life is really like. She also stated that never once she has ever felt disrespected in the metal music industry because of her gender.
  127. Donny Osmond (country singer): Though he opposes same sex marriage, he doesn’t condemn homosexuality and believed gays can be allowed in Mormon churches as long as they remain celibate.
  128. Roger Ebert† (film critic): Criticized political correctness in the 1990s stating "political correctness is the fascism of the 90's, it is this rigid feeling that you have to keep your ideas and your way of looking at things within very narrow boundaries or else you'll offend someone".
  129. Gene Siskel† (film critic): He has called out political correctness with Roger Ebert on "Siskel and Ebert at the Movies", stating political correctness "is death to a critic".
  130. T.I.: Twice saved someone from committing suicide. The first in 2006 where he saved Scott Stapp by attempting to take his own life by jumping off the balcony of his hotel room in Miami. The second in 2010 where he saved a man contemplating suicide by jumping off the 400 Colony Square Building in Atlanta. He's also critcized cancel culture by pointing out the hypocrisy on white liberals wearing Gucci but wanting to end Kanye West's career for supporting Trump and not allinging himself with any poltical party.
  131. Mister Metokur: Has constantly bashed SJWs during his days under his current account and supports Gamergate.
  132. Philochko: Made a video about controversy surrounding Snoop Dogg posing for a photo with a fan dressed as him complete with blackface while on tour in South Korea as many were outraged that he didn't seem to have a problem with it. Philochko has stated that he himself didn't have a problem about it as he claimed that while he does feel that blackface is offensive within the United States due to history, he feels it isn't offensive in the rest of the world because they don't have the same history and would therefore not be familiar with the United States' own history with it that lead to values dissonance.
  133. Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones and Eitri from Avengers: Infinity War): Has said that he doesn’t care for and dislikes political correctness.
  134. Shigeru Miyamoto (creator of Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda and co-representative director of Nintendo): Is firmly against many anti-gamer practices such as rushing a game and additionally, he doesn't rely on focus groups and instead decides if a game is fun himself. Considering his track record, he has extremely good taste.
  135. Neil Degrasse Tyson (American astrophysicist, author and science communicator): Tweeted how more people died from the flu, car accidents, homicides, suicides, and medical errors than in a mass shooting, and saying our emotions respond more to spectacle than to data. Says he wants the truth to shape people's politics rather than politics shaping people's truth. Criticizes Flat Earthers and Climate Change Deniers a lot.
  136. Kraut and Tea : Makes videos criticizing SJWs, Radical Islam, and White Nationalists on his channel.
  137. Beige Frequency (YouTuber): Criticizes Cancel Culture and makes videos on hypocritical celebrities like Amy Schumer and Jim Jefferies.
  138. Knowing Better (YouTuber): Criticizes SJWs for wanting diversity and multiculturalism yet create concepts like cultural appropriation, which is him pointing out their double standards. Also, he has said that that not all Trump supporters are racists or bigots.
  139. Cody Deaner (Impact Wrestling star): His charity organization, Giv’er For Charity, donates 100% of its proceedings to numerous special causes such as Special Olympics, a wheelchair bicycle fund for a local nursing home, a program for kids with autism, a camp for child burn victims, a community living program for people with special needs, and a summer deaf camp for children. He also acts as a motivational speaker and encourages children that in order to follow their dreams they have to work hard.
  140. Billy Connolly (King Fergus from Brave): Has said that politically correct is the language of cowardice.
  141. Kurt Vonnegut (author of Slaughterhouse-Five): Has said that the two real political parties in the United States are “the Winners and the Losers” and people don’t acknowledge this. He also does not sympathize with liberals and conservatives.
  142. Jeff Dunham: Once mocked SJWs in his standup act.
  143. Kurt Cobain† (deceased guitarist and frontman of Nirvana): When Geffen Records prepared an alternate cover for Nirvana's second studio album Nevermind by removing the penis of then-infant Spencer Elden fearing that it would offend people, Cobain felt it would be made clear that the only compromise he would accept was a sticker covering the penis that would say, "If you're offended by this, you must be a closet pedophile.", which Geffen relented. Was a staunch gay rights supporter and feminist during his career. Also denounced racists who claimed to be fans of him.
  144. Joaquin Phoenix (Commodus from Gladiator, Johnny Cash from Walk the Line and Arthur Fleck/Joker from Joker): At an IGN interview accompanied by Todd Phillips, Phoenix has defended the film Joker from people accusing it of promoting violence, especially the families of Aurora shooting victims, by saying, “Well, I think that, for most of us, you’re able to tell the difference between right and wrong”. Has also stated that people suffering from “emotional disturbance” can find “fuel” anywhere that makes them act violent, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be asking important questions or discussing topics that might provoke, as well saying that “The truth is you don’t know what is going to be the fuel for somebody” and stating, “And it might very well be your question. It might be this moment, right? But you can’t function in life saying, ‘Well, I can’t ask that question for the small chance that somebody might be affected by [it].’ I wouldn’t ask you to do that”. In that same interview, he pointed out that “It’s uncomfortable. It’s uncomfortable for all of us” and that “I think we all are aware of these issues and we’re concerned, and I think that’s why we talk about it. I don’t think that we can be afraid to talk about it".
  145. R. Lee Ermey† (Sarge from Toy Story franchise, Gunnery Sergeant Hartman from Full Metal Jacket): Has said in a 2015 interview that he’s not going to say or tell anyone who he’s voting for.
  146. Nick Park: Didn't like DreamWorks' executives trying to Americanize Wallace and Gromit, and that it would tarnish some of the duo's charm after test screenings. Park successfully dissuaded DreamWorks from doing so.
  147. Ruth Duccini † and Jerry Maren † (last surviving Munchkins from The Wizard of Oz (1939)): Criticized people who would use the song “Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” to celebrate the death of Margaret Thatcher, insisting the song was never to be used in such a way.
  148. Kerry King (guitarist and co-founder of Slayer): Despite him stating in 2017 that he was "embarrassed about Trump's presidency," which he described as "divisive and polarizing.", he has mostly stayed clear out of politics. Additionally, the lyrics and album art of his band are known for being highly poticially incorrect, covering topics such as murder, serial killers, torture, genocide, human experimentation, Satanism, hate crimes, terrorism, religion, anti-religion, Nazism, war and prison.
  149. Tom Araya (lead vocalist and bassist of Slayer): Has commented about the misconception of the band labeled as Satan worshippers, "Yeah, yeah I think that's one of the biggest misconceptions towards the band, but next to that just the fact that we're normal." If guitarist King writes a good song, Araya puts his beliefs aside, "I'm not one that's going to go, 'This sucks because it's contrary to my beliefs.' To me it's more like 'This is really good stuff. You're going to piss people off with this.'". Has also further explained in 2016 that the main reason Slayer uses satanic imagery is to scare people, in particular, the "Hollywood people.", not only showing off that the band only uses these controversial themes to really stand out among other heavy metal bands, but is also him poking fun at the politically correct climate that's currently surrounding Hollywood.
  150. John Krasinski (Jim Halpert from The Office (U.S. version) and Lee Abbott from A Quiet Place): Has believed Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz should not use 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi for political points and that the purpose of the film is to acknowledge the soldiers who were lost in the Benghazi attacks as heroes. He also wants to play red-state heroes without getting political.
  151. Ed Helms (Captain Underpants from Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie and Stuart Price from The Hangover): Has made a tweet complaining about "dumb celebrities who think we care about our political opinions", believing that they should shut up about politics and entertain us.
  152. Hideo Kojima (director of the Metal Gear Solid games, P.T. and Death Stranding): Criticized the games of the Battle Royale genre, especially Fortnite: Battle Royale at the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 for their repetitiveness by stating, "The easiest way to make money is to make a game where everyone is on an island trying to shoot each other. I don't want to make that.". Has also stated that "Creativity is the only thing that allows civilizations to evolve and You know, we live in an age where algorithms dictate creativity and the latter begins to lose its meaning: it is important to counteract this.", which is him pointing out that video game developers should use their creativity to make their own original titles.
  153. Doja Cat (rapper): Dissed PETA in her song "Tia Tamera".
  154. Aaliyah†: Denied rumors that she and R. Kelly were married in a 1997 interview.
  155. Terry Gilliam: Compared the #MeToo movement to mob rule. Also, the group that launched his career Monty Python was known for being politically incorrect most notably in Life of Brian where it mocked religion.
  156. Adam Sandler (actor and comedian): Although the humor in his films has been criticized, some of it goes against political correctness. One example includes one of his film's casting call asking actresses to show cleavage.
  157. Todd Solondz: Has said that his movies are not for everyone, especially people who like them.
  158. Garth Ennis (creator of CrossedPreacher and The Boys): His works are known for being highly politically incorrect, since they mock PC culture a lot with their taboo themes.
  159. Rob Zombie: Has refused to discuss about politics and personal beliefs in interviews besides mentioning that he does not believe in the afterlife or anything supernatural.
  160. Tom Hardy (Charles Bronson from Bronson, Bane from The Dark Knight Rises, Max Rockatansky from Mad Max: Fury Road and Eddie Brock/Venom from Venom): Will do anything he can to avoid talking politics.
  161. Dolph Lundgren (Ivan Drago from Rocky IV): When asked if he could run for political office just like Arnold Schwarzenegger, he simply turned it down.
  162. Bruce Willis (John McClane from Die Hard, John Hartigan from Sin City): Has said in a 2006 interview that he’s tired of being asked what his political views are and his opinion on the government.
  163. Neil McCoy (Country Singer): Has made a patriotic song called Take a Knee, My Ass, criticizing football players for protesting the American National Anthem.
  164. Sylvester Stallone (Rocky and Rambo actor): Stated that the Rocky and Rambo movies were never meant to be political statements.
  165. Blake Shelton (country singer): Stated that he doesn’t do politics after social media reacts to a picture of Paul Ryan at an Oklahoma restaurant.
  166. Troy Baker and Nolan North (voice actors, hosts of YouTube channel RETRO REPLAY): Aside from a few jokes about it, both of them never talk about politics.
  167. Mike Myers (actor of Shrek and Austin Powers): The humor in his films, particularly the Austin Powers trilogy, goes against political correctness. Still wants to make a fourth Austin Powers film despite PC culture being far more present nowadays than it was back when the first three films were made.
  168. Jimmy Smits (NYPD Blue star): Has made a vow to keep his politics under wraps.
  169. Daniel Whitney (Larry the Cable Guy, Mater from Cars): Bemoaned the current political climate that sees Trump supporters as racist and advised those calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment to consider history.
  170. Masahiro Sakurai (creator of Kirby and Super Smash Bros. franchise): Called out people who spread fake leaks/rumors of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate over the games he plays and stated that he feels like he can publicly reveal the games he likes to play without causing speculation that a character from said game will be playable in Smash Bros.
  171. María Conchita Alonso: Could not vote for either Clinton or Trump, seeing them both as unacceptable. She is also a critic of both Castro’s communist regime in Cuba and Chavez’s Bolivarian Venezuelan state, calling the latter a dictator-like Hitler.
  172. Václav Čtvrtek† and Radek Pilař† (the writer and illustrator of Rumcajs respectively): Neither of them were politically active, as they focused on entertainment instead.
  173. Zbigniew Rychlicki† and Czeslaw Lanczarski† (creators of Miś Uszatek): Were politically inactive as well, having not talked about politics in public by the time of their respective deaths.
  174. Bruce Campbell (Ash Williams from Evil Dead Franchise, Mayor Shelbourne from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Coach Boomer from Sky High): His quote "I don’t do a lot of personal stuff. I don’t do politics, I don’t do religion. I’ll do when I’m going for a hike or lollygagging photographs of people shooting their photograph in front of a beautiful vista or whatever."
  175. Albert Aretz (Roblox YouTuber; Flamingo): He criticized ImJayStation in the wake of ImJayStation's lies about his Girlfriend Alexia's death for views and money
  176. James McAvoy (Kevin Wendell in Split and Bill Denbrough in IT: Chapter Two): Said he is not publicly political and states that he’s not even American.
  177. Jim Henson† (creator of The Muppets and Fraggle Rock): Was a strong supporter of the civil rights movement whose works had nothing to do with politics.
  178. Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory, adult Sheldon Cooper from Young Sheldon): Is mostly apolitical despite being a Hillary Clinton supporter.
  179. Zuby (rapper): Is a critic of identity politics who called out white privilege as a racist concept in this video.
  180. Psy (Gangnam Style): When asked for his thoughts on Kim Jong-il's recent threats against South Korea and the United States in an interview with The Daily Beast, he replied: "Well, as an entertainer, I don't want to talk about politics. As a Korean citizen, I want peace. That's all I can say. I want permanent peace."
  181. Robbie Daymond (Tuxedo Mask from Sailor Moon and Mumen Rider from One-Punch Man): Has poked fun at Tumblr banning sexual content in a now-deleted tweet.
  182. John O’Hurley (Family Feud host from 2006-2010): Declared that politics should stay out of Hollywood.
  183. Patricia Heaton (Debra Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond and Frankie Heck in The Middle): Has a mixture of both liberal and conservative political views such as being pro-life and supporting gay rights. She finally gave up politics after the 2016 presidential election.
  184. Randy Newman (singer and film composer): As his music is very mordant, his songs are politically incorrect which help them to speak the truth. An example is "Sail Away" which is a satirical take on the American Slave Trade through the eyes of a slave trader who pitches to natives of Africa to come to the United States through conning them.
  185. Michael Jackson† (singer): Made the song "Leave Me Alone" as a diss track to his haters who falsely accuse him of pedophilia, and helped numerous children by saving their lives, giving their childhood memories a best shot, donating to charities and he even wanted to build a children's hospital.
  186. Brad Jones (Cinema Snob): In his video The Dove Foundation reviews JESUS, BRO!, when asked if his movie JESUS, BRO! was anti-Christian, he responded that it was a parody of bad Christian movies, not Christianity.
  187. P!nk: Defended Jessica Simpson and her husband Carey Hart from Moral Guardians and told them to get their own kids.
  188. DaviDustin (GTA youtuber): Makes videos debunking fake GTA myths in GTA San Andreas, GTA IV, GTA V, and has even took a step further for Bully and even in real life as well and has called out other GTA youtubers such as Cfox360 for faking myths such as Big Smoke’s ghost in San Andreas.
  189. Katy Perry: Joined UNICEF to assist children in Madagascar with education and nutrition.
  190. Harry Belafonte (Calypso singer): Has sharply criticized Jay-Z and Beyoncé for turning their backs on social responsibility in a 2012 Hollywood Reporter interview.
  191. Michael Trapson (Michael Jackson impersonator): Made the song "F*ck Wade" as a diss track to Wade Robson and James Safechuck for accusing Michael Jackson of pedophilia and making the Leaving Neverland documentary.
  192. Joan Chen (Wanrong from The Last Emperor): Wrote an article for the Washington Post objecting to the politicization of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
  193. Denis Dyack (Creator of Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem): Supports Gamergate.
  194. Ethan van Sciver (Comic book writer): Is influential in leading Comicsgate, a consumer revolt objecting to the forced politicization of comics.
  195. Glen Campbell† (country singer): Has avoided political topics on his show The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour and has supported both Democrats and Republicans.
  196. Jimmy Wales (co-creator of Wikipedia): In response to Conservapedia creator Andrew Schlafly’s claims of Wikipedia’s liberal bias, he denied any of said claims. He also criticized the website for not having a free license that allows anyone to redistribute and copy content.
  197. Marie Osmond (Country singer): Though she’s a Republican, she proclaimed that she is not a political person.
  198. Edmund McMillen (Designer of Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac): He, along with his wife, mentioned on Twitch that the Social Justice Warrior clique in the indie video gaming scene is pathetic.
  199. Reggie Brown (Obama impersonator): When asked if he was a Democrat or a Republican, he stated that he’s just an entertainer.
  200. Amy Grant (Christian singer): While her songs have religious themes, she sees no reason to convert her audience using her music because she’s a singer, not a preacher.
  201. Tiffany Haddish: Despite supporting the Black Lives Matter group, she criticized PETA and defended Michael Jackson.
  202. Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman from the DCEU): Said she and the other cast and crew members of Wonder Woman wanted her to be universal and liked by everyone without paying too much attention to the fact that she is a woman.
  203. Rosa Salazar (Alita from Alita: Battle Angel): Referred to Alita as a strong, independent female protagonist whom young boys can also relate to.
  204. Jeremy Renner (Clint Barton/Hawkeye from the MCU): Requested the character of Spider-Man to stay with the MCU as said exactly in this tweet: "Hey @sonypictures we want Spider-Man back to @therealstanlee and @marvel please, thank you #congrats #spidermanrocks #🏹#please".
  205. Rihanna: Said that she wouldn't want transgendered models to be used as marketing tools for Fenty Beauty.
  206. Diana Ross: Defended Michael Jackson from Leaving Neverland backlash and said she still has his back.
  207. oddheader (YouTuber): Criticized the Chinese president Xi Jinping as needing to "grow a pair" over the controversy regarding the game Devotion which resulted in the latest Winnie the Pooh film being banned in China and the character being censored in Chinese advertisements for Kingdom Hearts 3 when discussing the game in a video of his focusing on removed video game Easter eggs.
  208. Roger Corman (film director): Described to an interviewer regarding Death Race 2050 that features a businessman is now the Chairman of the United Corporations of America, “The president does have a hair style which could be approaching Trump’s hair style, but I don’t want to get too heavy into that, because Trump will come and go and the film will remain."
  209. Gemineye (YouTuber): Criticized Bill Nye Saves the World.
  210. Paul Walker† (Brian O’Connor from The Fast and the Furious): He made a few political jokes in his past, while at the same time is very non-political.
  211. Paul Tibbitt (cartoon animator): Criticized the idea of Kamp Koral, saying it’s some “greedy, lazy executiving” and that it’s a disgrace to Hillenburg’s legacy who didn’t even want any spin-offs for SpongeBob SquarePants.
  212. Nicolas Cage (Castor Troy from Face/Off and Peter Leow from Vampire’s Kiss): Has said he’s not a politically active actor.
  213. Hillary Swank (Maggie Fitzgerald from Million Dollary Baby): Doesn’t like speaking public about her political views, even saying the following quote “I don’t usually talk about my politics as a general rule.”.
  214. Rebecca Sugar (Creator of Steven Universe): Has made a message along with Ian Jones-Quartey about cooling down the hate and anger after a Tumblr artist attempted suicide due to some SJWs bullying and harassing her for a drawing.
  215. Danny Trejo (Machete Cortez from the Spy Kids and Machete franchises): Once saved a baby from a car accident.
  216. Justin Roiland (Co-creator and voice of Rick and Morty): Has stated that extremism is bad no matter what ideology you adopt in a now-deleted tweet.
  217. Johnny Carson† (former host of The Tonight Show): Rarely invited political figures into his show because he did not want it to become a political forum and influence the opinions of viewers. He also was to take on Billy Graham, but couldn’t because he was on his program 5 nights a week, and had nothing to gain and everything to lose if he does it.
  218. Larry David: His show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, is against and has mocked political correctness many times throughout the years.
  219. Dean Cain: Supports Donald Trump but is also pro-choice, showing you can support the president and be for women’s rights.
  220. Tina Fey (Ms. Norbury/Screenwriter of Mean Girls): Not only is some of her material against political correctness, she also defends it by stating that she chose to "opt out of the culture of demanding apologies."
  221. Neil Simon†: His plays and movies had very little to no politics involved, instead he preferred making stories about "humans as they are."
  222. Seán McLoughlin (Jacksepticeye): Told people to stop blaming video games for acts of violence in the wake of August 2019 shootings. Has criticized the changing algorithms and policies at YouTube, calling YouTube's decision to pull ads from "unsuitable content" a "sh--ty thing to do" and criticizing a surprise algorithm test from YouTube which changed the order of videos displayed in its subscription feed by saying that such things belong in the home page and recommendations.
  223. Peter Vesterbacka, Jaakko Iisalo, and Serdar Soganci (Rovio employees who created Angry Birds): Are apolitical, choosing to focus on game development instead.
  224. Seth Rogen (fictionalized version of himself from This Is the End, Ken Miller from Freaks and Geeks): Some of his material goes against political correctness.
  225. George Takei (Hikaru Sulu from Star Trek and Emperor Yoshiro from Red Alert 3): Takei, who is himself a member of the LGBT community, was among those who criticized Kevin Spacey for his response to the sexual assault allegations. Additionally, he has criticized the decision of the makers of Star Trek Beyond of making his character (played by John Cho) gay, suggesting that they should have made an entirely new LGBT character instead.
  226. Robert James Rallison (TheOdd1sOut): In addition to having his own page, he is apolitical.
  227. Billy Joel (singer-songwriter): Although he supported Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, he prefers celebrities to be apolitical because he believes that their fans don't want to hear about who they're voting for or be told who they should vote for.
  228. Jake Gyllenhaal (Quentin Beck/Mysterio from Spider-Man: Far From Home): Has expressed disapproval when actors talk about politics, stating that "it's a sad time when actors are politicians and politicians are actors".
  229. Todd Haberkorn: When he was falsely accused of rape, he shared screenshots of text messages between him and Jessie Pridemore, revealing them to be casual sex partners, and in the process, exposed Pridemore as a liar and proved his own innocence.
  230. Hailee Steinfeld: Says she has been very fortunate to avoid the dangers of the film and music industries, which at the time were highlighted by #MeToo and Harvey Weinstein's scandal.
  231. Reuben Langdon (Dante from Devil May Cry): Defended Vic Mignogna from sexual misconduct allegations and says movements like #MeToo and #KickVic "go too far" and cause harm.
  232. Matthew Mercer (Jotaro Kujo from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Levi from Attack on Titan): Despite discussing politics on Twitter, he does not disrespect others simply for their political views.
  233. Alton Brown: Made two episodes that encourage parents to cook with their kids and teach kids self-reliance, Sandwich Craft and Soups On! Whenever he gets a criticism over a recipe that aired on the show, he takes the time to look over the recipes and remakes it better, shown in his three books and Good Eats: Reloaded.
  234. Aaron Carter: Defended Michael Jackson against the Leaving Neverland documentary and allegations, threatened to punch Wade Robson and called him and James Safechuck as money hungry liars.
  235. Gwen Stefani: Has spoken out about the feud between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry and says everyone should get along.
  236. Charles Barkley (NBA basketball player): Stated if he ruled the world for one day, he would get rid of both Republicans and Democrats because 'they're both awful, adding: “They fight all of the time like little kids." He also criticized Black Lives Matter for calling out cops by saying that they are important and significant and that black people need to do a better job policing themselves.
  237. Vin Diesel (Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy, Dominic Toretto from The Fast and the Furious): Has garnered his support for the anti-Maduro protests in Venezuela and urged those to “move forward with faith” alongside Michelle Rodriguez.
  238. David Spade (Joe Dirt from Joe Dirt): Refused to crack a joke about Donald Trump because he stated that all the humor about him is becoming overused and piled on.
  239. Stacy Keach: Doesn’t have a “sensibility geared toward one political party or another,” and prefers to call himself an independent.
  240. Tom Selleck: Prefers to call himself an independent with libertarian leanings.
  241. Hugh Jackman (James Howlett/Logan/Wolverine from the X-Men franchise): Stated that he doesn’t talk politics with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner at his birthday party.
  242. Reggie Fils-Aime (Former NOA president): Retweeted a post about how powerful the gaming industry is today and says that video games should not be blamed for gun violence (in response to Trump's response regarding that recent shooting).
  243. Alison Brie (Annie Edison from Community and Unikitty from The LEGO Movie): Defended her brother-in-law James Franco from sexual misconduct allegations and said while victims have the right to speak up if they so wish, not everything reported about the situation was entirely accurate. When filming a sexual harassment scene in GLOW, she handled it maturely and even opened up about her feelings surrounding the scene in question and the #MeToo movement.
  244. Henry Cavill (Superman from the DCEU): Admitted he was afraid to get into a relationship after the #MeToo movement became popular because he did not want to be falsely accused of rape.
  245. Philip Seymour Hoffman†: Aside from his support for Ralph Nader for the 2000 election, he was discreet about his political beliefs. He liked to keep his personal life private.
  246. Satoshi Kon† (Director of Perfect Blue and Paprika): Gave an honest response on why he uses female protagonists in his movies, stating that he can't know the character the same way as a male character.
  247. Jamie Foxx (Django Freeman from Django: Unchained): Rescued a man from a burning truck in Ventura county, California.
  248. Mark Harmon: Pulled two teenage boys from a burning car that has crashed near his home.
  249. MathChief (Youtuber): Called out the video game industry’s obsession with beating gamers over the head with its “diversity” agenda.
  250. Cult of Dusty: Has called out Anti-SJW channels such as Geeks & Gamers for their hypocrisy and their bitching over Captain Marvel and Brie Larson.
  251. Amitabh Bachchan (Indian actor): Gave up on his brief political career, calling politics a cesspool.
  252. Jodie Foster (Clarice Starling in The Silence of the Lambs): Despite being an atheist, she's stated it's important for children to be taught about different religions, stating that "in my home, we ritualize all of them. We do Christmas. We do Shabbat on Fridays. We love Kwanzaa. I take pains to give my family a real religious basis, a knowledge, because it's being well educated. You need to know why all those wars were fought."
  253. Ranbir Kapoor (Indian actor): Chose to stay out of politics and hasn’t been interested in giving answers to political questions.
  254. Loretta Lynn (country singer): Has criticized upper-class feminism for ignoring the needs and concerns of working-class women.
  255. Robin Williams† (Genie from 1992 Disney film adaptation of Aladdin and Daniel Hillard/Euphegenia Doubtfire from Mrs. Doubtfire): Some of his stand-up material took shots at both Republicans and Democrats.
  256. Jukka Tapanimäki† (Finnish video game developer and designer best known for his games Netherworld and Moonfall): Remained apolitical throughout his lifetime, having not made a single political comment by the time of his death.
  257. Ethan Hawke: Prefers great arts over politics, due to his preference showing how little he cares about the latter.
  258. Luke Wilson (Emmett Richmond from Legally Blonde): Saved a woman from a car crash involving professional golfer Bill Haas.
  259. Eddie Murphy (Donkey from Shrek, Sherman Klump from The Nutty Professor): His whole stand-up comedy routine is everything that’s against political correctness.
  260. Eric Vale (Future Trunks from Dragon Ball and America from Hetalia): When Sean Schemmel blocked him on Twitter and a fan called out Schemmel for doing so while calling him a "d---", Vale replied that the fan was the only one who understood.
  261. Chuck Huber (Austria from Hetalia): Supports Vic Mignogna and #IStandWithVic.
  262. Ian Carter (Idubbbz): A lot of the humor in his videos is very anti-PC. Criticized Youtube for refusing to hire Caucasian or Asian men.
  263. Conan O'Brien: Although he pokes fun at politics often, he never expresses his true feelings towards the matter. Some skits and interviews on his show mock PC culture.
  264. Joe Gibbs (former Washington Redskins head coach, NASCAR team owner): Has said it would be wrong for the Redskins to change their name.
  265. Bob Saget (former host of America's Funniest Home Videos, David Tanner from Full House and Fuller House, host of Videos After Dark): Criticized outrage culture during his appearance in The Rubin Report. Also believes in open dialogue.
  266. Jukka Lindström (host of topical satire series Noin viikon uutiset): Admitted that his show and podcast were created so people could laugh at political satire. Is a critic of socialism, believing that the socialists' "greed has no boundaries".
  267. Elvis Presley† (singer): Has said the following quote, “I don't have any other aspirations in politics or anything of that nature.”
  268. Kate Winslet (Rose DeWitt Bukater from Titanic): Though there have been hints that she’s socially liberal in the past, she’s not open about her political views. Also, she has rescued Richard Branson’s mother from a burning Caribbean estate.
  269. Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther from the MCU): Said everyone is welcome to watch Black Panther and says it's perfectly okay if you didn't like the film.
  270. John Bain† (TotalBiscuit): Did not support GamerGate or SJWs back in 2015.
  271. Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock Holmes from Sherlock and Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange from the MCU): Is apolitical and against Harvey Weinstein; has saved a cyclist from muggers.
  272. Rosalía (Spanish singer): Despite making a tweet condemning a right wing nationalist party called VOX, when asked about her political views, she stated that politics are a delicate issue and it’s not the place to talk about it since it requires a lot of time due to delicacy.
  273. Chris Hemsworth (Thor Odinson from the MCU): Called out Brie Larson's arrogance of her claiming to do her own stunts when yet she exposed her stunt doubles during the MTV Movie Awards.
  274. Sami Koivisto (editor for Herbailua YouTube channel and Justimusfilms): Although he found casting a woman in the role of the 13th Doctor in Doctor Who an interesting choice, Koivisto admitted that a simple gender swap won't solve anything and indirectly called the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot "a worthless tribute that no one wanted". Also favors picking a character's gender only in script writing section after everything else has been decided.
  275. Turkey Tom (YouTuber): Criticized JelloApocalypse for his "Vote." video, defended Steven Crowder from accusations of homophobia and made three separate videos addressing problems with politicsreligion and expressing one's political opinions. Despite this, he has kept his political leanings to himself.
  276. Jaakko Saariluoma (former host of Putous and Kingi TV shows, André Wickström's fictional producer in W-tyyli): Even though he thinks that it's important to handle politics with humor as well, politics is not a carrying force behind his jokes and he doesn't actively follow politics.
  277. Keanu Reeves (Constantine from Constantine, Neo from the Matrix franchise, Duke Caboom from Toy Story 4 and John Wick from the John Wick franchise): Has his own page on Greatest Movies Wiki.GMW
  278. George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (lead vocalist of Cannibal Corpse): Said that Cannibal Corpse has never been about politics, specifically considering that Cannibal Corpse is known for its highly politically incorrect music. Also refuses to talk about politics especially because of the current political climate and additionally, he has defended the works of his band from its critics on a number of occasions, like for example in the following claims he has made:
    • He has claimed that death metal is best viewed as "art", and that far more violent art can be found at the palaces in Vatican City, which is him pointing out the double standards of the censorship on the artworks of his band, considering that the band's artwork gets censored in some places, while other nastier, more gruesome and more disturbingly violent artwork is left completely without any form of censorship of any kind whatsoever.
    • "We don't sing about politics. We don't sing about religion... All our songs are short stories that, if anyone would so choose they could convert it into a horror movie. Really, that's all it is. We like gruesome, scary movies, and we want the lyrics to be like that. Yeah, it's about killing people, but it's not promoting it at all. Basically these are fictional stories, and that's it. And anyone who gets upset about it is ridiculous.", which is him criticizing political correctness and pointing out the double standards of the band's critics.
    • "There’s nothing ever serious. We’re not thinking of anybody in particular that we’re trying to kill, or harm or anything.", further defending his and his band's own work from their critics.
  279. Alex Webster (bass guitarist of Cannibal Corpse): Argued that the fans of Cannibal Corpse enjoy the band simply because the themes depicted in the lyrics aren't real: "I think people probably aren’t that desensitized to it, you know including myself, like you know, we sing about all this stuff and you watch a movie where you know it’s not real and it’s no big deal, but if you really saw someone get their brains bashed in right in front of you, I think it would have a pretty dramatic impact on any human being you know what I mean? Or some terrible, gross act of violence or whatever done right in front of you, I mean you’d react to it, no matter how many movies you’ve watched or how much gore metal you’ve listened to or whatever, I’m sure it’s a completely different thing when it’s right in front of you. Even though we’ve got crazy entertainment now, our social realities are actually a bit more civilized than they were back then, I mean we’re not hanging people or whipping them in the street and I think that’s positive improvement for any society in my opinion." He also believes that such lyrics can have positive values: "It’s good to have anger music as a release.", which is him criticizing political correctness and defending freedom of speech, and also demonstrates that he and his band care for their own fans.
  280. Slavoj Žižek (Marxist philosopher): Despite being a far-left Marxist, he is a critic of political correctness, calling it a form of modern totalitarianism.
  281. Ismo Leikola: Is pretty much apolitical, focusing on using his outsider's point of view for finding humour in the most ordinary things.
  282. Michael Haneke (director of The White Ribbon): Criticized the controversial #Metoo movement for being a witch hunt and that people’s loves and careers are ruined because of it.
  283. Gabriel Iglesias (comedian, Tobias from Magic Mike XXL): Made a joke that he was concerned about working for Disney due to their use of censorship. His racist gift basket jokes show he is anti-PC as the whole point of them is to offend people.
  284. Brigitte Bardot (French Actor): Slammed the controversial #MeToo movement as hypocritical, ridiculous and uninteresting.
  285. George "Joji" Miller (Filthy Frank): Has his own page.
  286. Sarah Jessica Parker (Actress): Stated that she’s a humanist, not a feminist.
  287. Lana Del Rey (singer): Has criticized feminism for being an uninteresting concept and that she’s more interested in SpaceX and Tesla.
  288. YTA (YouTuber): Views stand-up comedian Iikka Kivi as a "clown" due to his history with politics. Criticizes left-wing politics in some of his videos.
  289. Nice Peter and EpicLloyd (creators of Epic Rap Battles of History): Said that the rivalry between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was "tough to spoof" because "it was a dark sick joke".
  290. Phelan Phelous: In one of his Dingo Pictures reviews, he makes a few jokes mocking SJWs and those that use the term “SJW” without even knowing what it means.
  291. Ray Bradbury† (author of Fahrenheit 451): When asked how his book was holding up, his response was "it works even better because we have political correctness. Political correctness is the real enemy these days. The black groups want to control our thinking and you can't say certain things. The homosexual groups don't want you to criticize them. It's thought control and freedom of speech control."
  292. Ali Wong (Comedian): In her act Baby Cobra, she criticizes feminists for playing dumb instead of having any real responsibility.
  293. Bill Black (founder and owner of AC Comics): Contended that his company's comics are not sexist in nature when faced with criticism of his company's portrayal of female characters which included articles in both Amazing Heroes and Comic Buyer's Guide contending that their female characters are hypersexualized. Many of AC Comics' artists are known to often make use of a style known as good girl art which combines attractive, clean linework with elements of cheesecake and humor and the comic book publishing company is responsible for creating one of the first all-female superhero teams comic book of which, that started in 1985, it still publishes to this day.
  294. EricMoranFilms (YouTuber): Criticized social media banning users based on their political views in a deleted tweet of his.
  295. Richard Pryor†: Some of his material was pretty much anti-PC and he wasn't afraid to talk about controversial subjects.
  296. Gene Wilder† (Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory): In 2007, the late entertainment veteran said "I'm quietly political. I don't like advertising. Giving money to someone or support, but not getting on a bandstand. I don't want to run for president in 2008. I will write another book instead."
  297. Brad Bird (Edna Mode from The Incredibles): Claimed that an animated kid's film being PG due to mild swearing is a false way to look at mediumism.
  298. Guillermo del Toro (Director of HellboyHellboy II: The Golden ArmyPan's Labyrinth and The Shape of Water): Like Brad Bird, he has stated that PG-rated kids films containing mild language is a false way to look at mediumism.
  299. James Allsup (YouTuber): Talks about current controversial topics while calling out political correctness.
  300. Seth Green and Matthew Senreich (creators of Robot Chicken): Have avoided pandering to the PC crowd throughout their careers.
  301. Ilkka Heilä (creator and cartoonist of B. Virtanen): While not 100% confirmed, it seems that the comic book artist lacks interest in discussing politics, with the publishing company Arktinen Banaani claiming that he is not a political cartoonist.
  302. Lauren Chen (a.k.a. Roaming Millennial): Criticizes regressive left politics in some of her videos. Is against people forcing their political agendas into others.
  303. Martin Lawrence (Creator and actor of Martin): despite his support for Barack Obama, he is mostly apolitical.
  304. Gordon Ramsay (renowned celebrity chef and host of Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares): Though he’s met several liberal and conservative politicians in the past, he remains completely quiet with what his political views might be, presumably apolitical.
  305. Ray Liotta (Henry Hill from Goodfellas, Tommy Vercetti from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City): Said that Hollywood sucks because it is not a meritocracy due to it’s belief of how well the movie does, not the cast of the film.
  306. Meryl Streep (Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada): She said that the term "toxic masculinity" is actually harmful to men, and said that women can be toxic.
  307. WahBanana: Made a skit that made fun of political correctness called "Politically Correct People".
  308. Saberspark: During his review of the Queen's Corgi, he stated he does not like to get political in his reviews. Although the movie he reviewed had Donald Trump in it, he stated his only reaction to it was that Donald was voiced by Kirk Thornton, who voiced Shadow. Despite not usually talking about politics, he made this Twitter thread condemning the current situation with Hong Kong, Liu Yifei's approach to the police brutality there and calling out anti-Hong Kong bots.
  309. Tomi Putaansuu (a.k.a. Mr. Lordi, the lead singer and founder of Lordi): Although there's a picture of him in a campaign advertisement of the Finns Party, he has gone on record to state that he and his band refuse to express political beliefs or to be "mannequins for politicians". Also regretted allowing his picture to be used in such a way, claiming that he hadn't understood the topic's wideness and said that he and his alter-ego are not the face of the Finns Party.
  310. Kevin Sorbo (Hercules from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys): Takes a stab at PC culture. Has also stated that Hollywood has celebrated negativity in life.
  311. Charles Schultz† (creator of Peanuts): Wanted to keep Franklin in his strips despite Southern outcry.
  312. Ryan Gosling (Noah Calhoun from The Notebook, Sebastian Wilder from La La Land, K from Blade Runner 2049 and The Driver from Driver): Broke up a street fight between a painter and a thief who had apparently ran away with one of his works while in New York City to promote the film Drive back in 2011.
  313. The Spookiest Ghost (YouTuber): Runs a show called Tumblr Toxicity, where she critisizes controversial subject matters, akin to SecondClancy.
  314. FilmMasterAdam (YouTuber): Gave a negative review to the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot during which he called out the mainstream media on generalizing the film's critics as sexist.
  315. Sampo Marjomaa (host and writer of America's Funniest Homevideos' Finnish counterpart Hauskat Kotivideot): In a 2017 interview, he said that humour is a really great way to approach things and that simple preaching or spouting in the name of a "pure cause" will only serve to alienate people.
  316. Ivan Reitman (directed the first two Ghostbusters films): In contrast to how some of the other cast members of the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot reacted to the film's criticism, Reitman said in an interview with Mashable that "I think there’s way too much talk about gender [when it comes to this film]" and that the backlash against the film stemmed from people's love of the original film, not misogyny.
  317. Humanity Forever (YouTuber): Speaks out against SJWs and pro-SocJus sites in some of his videos, including Eurogamer.
  318. Jaclyn Glenn (YouTuber): Calls out SJWs and pro-SocJus websites, such as Jezebel, in some of her videos on their actions.
  319. Weaponized Nerd Rage (YouTuber): Has a habit of criticizing SJWs in his videos. Is against people forcing their political agendas into their works.
  320. appabend (YouTuber): Also has a habit of criticizing SJWs in his videos, some of those he's criticized being Steve Shives and Anita Sarkeesian. Believes that everyone is entitled to have the right to free speech, especially if they got it legally, including Milo Yiannopoulos.
  321. Douglas Ernst: Supports ComicsGate.
  322. TomSka (Tom from Eddsworld): Made fun of political correctness and The Sun in this video.
  323. Doug TenNapel (creator of Earthworm Jim series): He criticized leftist/SJW politics according to the Geeks + Gamers podcast.
  324. James Finn Garner (writer and satirist): His books Politically Correct Bedtime Stories and Politically Correct Holiday Stories are satirical takes on political correctness and censorship of children's literature, with emphasis on humour and parody.
  325. Lisa Lampanelli: Is a critic of political correctness, with much of her material during her career in comedy and acting being racy and featuring ethnic humour.
  326. Bill Burr (host of Monday Morning Podcast, Patrick Kuby in Breaking Bad, creator and star of F Is For Family): Thinks that celebrity endorsements hurt political candidates, as seen in this clip.
  327. Derek Yu: Developed the freeware video game "I'm O.K. - A Murder Simulator" alongside his "three drunken friends" as a satirical response to a challenge by the now-disbarred attorney Jack Thompson. Said game can be downloaded on his own website while a mirror of it can be gotten here.
  328. Brad Pitt: Outright admits he knows nothing about politics and refuses to talk about it since he's an actor.
  329. Daisy Cousens (YouTuber): Criticizes feminism in some of her videos, such as these:
  330. Dave Rubin: Has criticized left-wing politics.
  331. Jonathan Jafari (JonTron): Claimed that political correctness will be "the death of comedy" in the wake of the 2018 controversy surrounding Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.
  332. Rosario Dawson: Could not vote for either Clinton or Trump as she felt like both candidates are for the elite.
  333. Howie Mandel: States that political correctness will kill comedy since he has funny answers for people that he cannot give to them anymore.
  334. Bryan Lee O'Malley: Said diversity should count for the experience of the character, rather than for the sake of diversity.
  335. Mike Judge: Despite his character Hank Hill being a conservative and The Goode Family being a satire on liberalism, he denies having political messages in his shows and prefers to avoid discussing his political leanings.
  336. Jordan Peele: His film Get Out is a satire on liberalism where it proves that liberals can just be as bigoted as conservatives.
  337. Jeff Probst (host of Survivor): Refuses to do a season of Survivor where tribes get split by political ideology considering the current climate of it.
  338. Dave Cullen (the host of Computing Forever and The Dave Cullen Show): Is highly against political correctness, even applauding Family Guy's approach to the PC crowd and criticizing the political correctness inserted into Doctor Who.
  339. Steve Hughes: Called out the absurdity of political correctness here.
  340. ayoutubechannel/Dead on Wednesdays (YouTuber): Made a video parodying Anita Sarkeesian. Made some criticisms against the #MeToo movement in two other videos of hers.
  341. Mr. Dapperton (YouTuber): Is a critic of left wing politics, even having made a video that was meant to debunk "white privilege".
  342. Just Some Guy (YouTuber): Is heavily anti-SJW, having some videos covering them on his channel.
  343. Chuck Palahniuk (author of Fight Club): Believed that the exaggeration of modern celebrity culture is created out of a need for drama and spectacle. In his book Haunted, he states the pattern of creating a celebrity as a god-like figure, and once this image is created, the desire to destroy it and shame the individual in the most extreme ways possible.
  344. Jay Leno (host of The Tonight Show with Jay LenoThe Jay Leno Show and Jay Leno's Garage): Criticized political correctness during his appearance on Late Night with Seth Myers.
  345. Vic Mignogna: Criticized outrage culture and told his supporters that the best way to support him is by staying positive.
  346. Ivan Puopolo (Finnish radio and TV host): Believes that discussion climate is badly biased, stating that men are scolded for almost everything and that biology is disparaged. Is also a critic of feminism, as he views feminists' concept of patriarchy as unscientific, believes that biology and genes often guide men to become engineers and women to become nurses, thinks that there is unscientific "malarkey" in women's studies and liked a text that criticized the concept of toxic masculinity on Twitter.
  347. J Lynn (YouTube storytime animator): Poked fun at feminists in these tweets.
  348. Nigahiga (YouTuber): Being anti-PC is part of his shtick. For example he created a video called "How to be Politically Correct!" which outright makes fun of the PC crowd.
  349. GullofDoom (YouTuber): Defended PewDiePie from accusations of racism in this video.
  350. James Lee (animator): Made fun of Michael Jackson's pedophilia accusers in this video. Mocked the modern political climate with a video called The Tweet Before Christmas.
  351. TheGamerFromMars (YouTuber): In the end of his "The Worst Reboot of All Time: Ghhostbuster 2016 - Tales from the Web" video, he concluded that the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot was a "big gamble", that it would have been a hit had those behind the box office bomb had a smaller budget and stayed closer to the original, that the film's crew had made boneheaded decisions, that it didn't make sense for the crew to feud with the fanbase and that the crew itself had alienated the fanbase.
  352. Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox (Smosh): Their video, ‘’What If Board Games Were Politically Correct’’ was a satire on political correctness and SJW culture.
  353. Post Malone: Despite his dislike of Donald Trump, he has stated that if asked to perform at his inauguration, he would not have been opposed. Expressed belief in a Rolling Stone interview that it was an "American" right to own and operate guns and revealed that he owned a myriad of guns.
  354. Just A Robot (YouTuber): Shows signs of being anti-SJW in some of his videos such as this one.
  355. CinemaSins (YouTubers): Made a video poking fun at the infamous 2016 Ghostbusters film. Although the video appears to have gotten deleted, it was reuploaded by another user.
  356. Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly from the Back To The Future series and Stuart from Stuart Little): Has founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation to help people with Parkinson’s disease and to find a cure for it.
  357. Till Lindmann (Rammstein): Despite the lyrics of the music he makes he and his band has remained apolitical and he has criticized moral puritans multiple times especially in the case when his band got blamed for mass shootings such as Columbine.
  358. Huey Lewis (singer): Stated that his songs never meant to have a political angle. Although he supported John Kerry, he believes celebrities openly revealing their political opinions is a bad idea.
  359. Jason Segel (actor): Stated that he is not interested in politics, and also believes everyone should have the right to express their opinions on the matter.
  360. Hart Bochner (Canadian actor, film director, screenwriter, and producer): His film PCU is a satire of political correctness.
  361. Richard Roeper (Chicago Sun Times): Heavily criticized the Ghostbusters reboot, going so far as to call it one of the worst films of 2016. When journalists lashed out at Roeper, he responded by saying that the accusations were condescension, not equal treatment.
  362. Andy Garcia (Vincent from The Godfather: Part III, Terry from Ocean’s Eleven): Is an outspoken critic of the Communist regime in Cuba and condemned Fidel Castro’s legacy after the dictator’s death.
  363. Bryant Moreland (EDP455): Made a video stating that he hates politics and that he feels like presidential candidates haven’t cared about the public since John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
  364. Rae Dawn Chong: Defended the film Soul Man (where she played Sarah Walker), pointing out the film's satirical intentions and attacked Spike Lee for jumping to conclusions claiming that he never actually watched it.
  365. C. Thomas Howell: Similarily defended Soul Man (where he played lead character Mark Watson) claiming he and the rest of the people involved in the making of the film wanted to make a comedy film that has a message about racism.
  366. Boots Riley: Stated that his film Sorry to Bother You is about a radical class analysis on capitalism and not a specific analysis of America under the presidency of Donald Trump having first wrote it under the presidency of Barack Obama and the target was never any specific elected official or movement, but "the puppetmasters behind the puppets." The final script remained the same as the initial draft, though changes were made to prevent making specific references to Trump including a line a character says "Worry Free is making America great again," which was written before Trump adopted the line in his 2016 presidential campaign.
  367. BLACKbusterCritic: While not outright comfirmed, it is implied that he is an anti-SJW due to targeting people of any creed and identity as well bashing those who oppose freedom of speech, most notably LifeInATent who got defeated in a debate with him over his exploitation of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami solely for financial gain and only being a YouTuber for the money as well as being a hypocrite, taking advantage of the site's faulty copyright system, and lying about everything in general.
  368. DigbyTheGoat (YouTuber): Has given negative reviews to SJW comics.
  369. Alien Queen of Darkness (YouTuber): Has occasionally criticized social justice warriors in her videos, an example of which is her calling out Anita Sarkeesian on her actions.
  370. Adam Baldwin: Started the #Gamergate movement.
  371. Pertti Jarla (creator of Fingerpori): Despite his comic strip containing some political satire, Jarla has gone on record to say that Fingerpori is not meant to be a political comic book and purely aims for entertaining the reader.
  372. Macaulay Culkin (Kevin McCallister from the first two Home Alone movies): Said in an interview that he won't talk about politics because he sees doing so as a certain way to alienate your audience and the US political system as ugly. Defended Michael Jackson and called him as his "best friend".
  373. Shoe0nHead (YouTuber): Is a GamerGate supporter who has taken a hard stance against SJWs.
  374. Armoured Skeptic: Has criticized feminism and social justice in his videos.
  375. Joe Rogan (host of The Joe Rogan Experience): Went on a rant criticizing the fat acceptance movement.
  376. BlackPanthaa (YouTuber): Defended PewDiePie from racism accusations in this video in the wake of Pewds saying the N word in a livestream.
  377. TJ Kirk (Amazing Atheist): His YouTube channel contains some anti-SJW videos. Examples: [
  378. Angry Foreigner (YouTuber): Is a critic of leftist politics in Sweden and Germany.
  379. Ice-T (rapper): Supports GamerGate.
  380. Amiri King: Shows signs of being anti-SJW in some of his videos, such as these:
  381. Catherine Deneuve (French actress and occasional singer): Took part in contributing to a text in La Monde newspaper alongside other known French women where they argued that the #MeToo movement has gone too far and that it has caused blaming of men.
  382. ClownFish TV (a group of YouTubers): Have criticized SJWs in some of their videos (i.e. calling out the 2018 Charlie Brown Thanksgiving as ridiculous).
  383. Blaire White (YouTuber): Has satirized extreme leftist views apart from criticizing Black Lives Matter and feminism in her videos.
  384. NateTalksToYou (YouTuber): Has sometimes criticized SJWs in separate instances (i.e. calling out Anita Sarkeesian on her wrongdoings, disapproving of VidCon whiteknighting Anita, etc.).
  385. Stephen Hillenburg† (creator of SpongeBob SquarePants): In a 2005 interview with People, when asked if SpongeBob was gay, Hillenburg replied that the character was asexual. Also said in that same interview that his agenda does not go beyond entertainment.
  386. Fred Rogers†: Refused to be a partisan hack for either Democrats or Republicans.
  387. Jim Davis (creator of Garfield): Although he originally intended for Garfield to contain political satire, Davis decided to drop the idea due to his lack of expertise in politics.
  388. Alteori (YouTuber): Has criticized political correctness in Doctor Who's later seasons in some of her videos. Here's a playlist of her Doctor Who videos:
  389. Phil Collins (drummer and singer of Genesis): Admitted in an interview that talking about politics to The Sun is one of his biggest regrets. Said that he's not proud of not voting for the Conservative Party when asked if he had voted Conservative.
  390. Savantics (YouTuber): Has criticized Tumblr users in some of her videos.
  391. Matthew Santoro (YouTuber): Concluded the segment focusing on Moolatte in his "Top 10 Fast Food Failures" video by taking a jab at SJWs, saying "and that was back in 2004, way before the explosion and takeover of SJWs! People would have rioted today". Said that "domestic violence knows no gender", having himself been abused by his ex-girlfriend. Has criticized YouTube's demonetization system.
  392. CrimsonStudios (YouTuber): Criticized political correctness in this video.
  393. Richard Attenborough (film director): When winning Best Picture for Gandhi at the 55th Academy Awards, he declared that E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial should've won stating "I was certain that not only would E.T. win, but that it should win. It was inventive, powerful, [and] wonderful. I make more mundane movies."
  394. Sean Evans (host of Hot Ones): Said in the 2019 edition of The Hot Ones Holiday Special that even though a 2020 presidential debate edition of Hot Ones interests him, he would only do it for fun and won’t be used to push out his political agenda onto people.
  395. Jimmy Fallon (host of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon): Even though he has made political jokes and invited politicians onto his show before, he still tries his best as possible not to shoehorn politics onto his show and only discusses them when he feels like he absolutely has to. Said in a interview that he isn’t too comfortable with the idea of using his talk show to bash Trump and prefers entertaining people with pop culture rather then political commentary.
  396. SugarTits: Has criticized SJWs and radical feminists a number of times on her YouTube channel.
  397. MangaKamen: Criticized Cracked in these videos: [1[2]
  398. Sophia Tomalla (German actress, reporter and model): Admitted that she views the #MeToo movement as harmful to actual victims of rape.
  399. Zeepsterd: Criticized Our Cartoon President and shoehorning politics into Oscar ceremonies in this video.
  400. Dave Chappelle: Suggested that Donald Trump is overall bad for comedy due to his belief that jokes about the controversial political figure would eventually get stale.
  401. Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad): Has criticized social justice and feminism.
  402. Bill Murray: Criticized identity politics of the left.
  403. Bryan Cranston (Walter White from Breaking Bad): Although he's one of many celebrities that threatened to leave the U.S. if Trump won, he has criticized Trump haters who want Trump to fail by saying that if Trump fails, so does the U.S.
  404. Alice Cooper: Called out musicians who tell people who to vote for an “abuse of power”.
  405. Reba McEntire: Stated that her audience wants her to entertain and thus will not talk about politics. Is fully aware that her job is to entertain, and the stage is not a platform to preach.
  406. Pirkko Saisio (Finnish author, director and actress): Slammed the #MeToo movement with numerous pointers which can be found on the Finnish Wikipedia article about the movement and this article by Verkkouutiset.
  407. DaftPina: Called out Quinton Reviews on some of his actions in this video.
  408. Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie): Defended Alex Jones' right to free speech.
  409. David Baddiel: Made comments expressing support for Count Dankula when the latter got in legal trouble because of what he did with his pug.
  410. Tabbes (YouTube storytime animator): Mocked those who accuse others of "misgendering" transgender people in this video.
  411. Judith Sheindlin: Destroyed feminists in this clip. Despite endorsing Michael Bloomberg in his 2020 presidential run, she prefers not to be labelled by political terms, and states that she is not registered with any political party.
  412. Stephen A. Smith: One of few sports journalists that want to talk about sports, not politics.
  413. Rusty Wallace (1989 NASCAR Winston Cup Series champion): Defended the Confederate flag with this statement: “I just know what I personally think, and I personally think these race fans that had them, they don’t come to the race track, ‘I’m a racist, I hate this, I’m going to carry this flag.’ They don’t even think of that at all."
  414. Chris Rock: Criticizes PC culture.
  415. Chelsea Clinton: Though she’s Hillary Clinton’s daughter, she defended Barron Trump and criticized those that ridiculed him on the way he dressed.
  416. Dan Aykroyd: Slammed Paul Feig and his take on the Ghostbusters remake.
  417. Tom Brady: Though there have been hints he supports Trump, he says he doesn’t want to talk about it and intends to keep quiet, focusing more on his career.
  418. George Carlin†: His whole shtick was mocking the politically correct as said inside a page of his own.
  419. Mark Fischbach (Markiplier): Has done numerous charity work throughout his YouTube career and made several videos criticizing the current state of YouTube.
  420. Tim Burton: Said that when he watched The Brady Bunch while growing up, it started to get all PC by including a Black child and and an Asian child and how he got more offended by that than just as well as growing up watching blaxploitation movies, in response to being asked how his movies have a lot of white people in it.
  421. Clay Travis: On his sports radio show, he stated the NFL should apologize to fans for being too politicized. He even showed that college football ratings were up 10% and the NFL viewing down 13% showing that cable cutting was a poor excuse.
  422. James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd): Made a video on why he wasn't going to go see the Ghostbusters remake. [3]
  423. Anime America (YouTuber): Has criticized feminists during their discussion of the Lobelia Girls from Ouran High School host Club in their top 10 most annoying characters in anime.
  424. Stan Lee† (co-founder of Marvel and co-creator of several characters): Told SJWs to make their own characters.
  425. Jerry Seinfeld: Says he won't perform at college campuses anymore due to the overly politically correct climate infesting them.
  426. Clint Eastwood: Called SJWs the pussy generation and said that political correctness was killing the country.
  427. Kevin Hart: Refused to bash Trump so he would not alienate his audience. He wants to spread positivity and make people laugh, rather than draw attention to a subject that already pisses people off.
  428. Whoopi Goldberg: Defended Michael Jackson amid his controversy and wanted Song of the South to be released.
  429. Mark Wahlberg: Said celebrities are living in a bubble out of touch with the common person and should quit preaching politics.
  430. Denzel Washington: Criticized the mainstream media for lying to the American people and that kids need father figures.
  431. Tim Allen: Admitted that Hollywood is incredibly biased against conservatives.
  432. Rob Schneider (Norm from Norm of the North): Told Democrats to stop blaming Russia for their loss.
  433. Joe Mantegna (Fat Tony from The Simpsons): Criticized the Apu controversy as "political correctness gone too far".
  434. Jessica Chastain: Said that Hollywood no longer has any moral authority after the sex abuse coverup was blown wide open.
  435. Ashton Kutcher: When he accepted an award at the 2013 Teen's Choice Awards, he criticized "entitlement culture" and said that the only thing below you is to not have a job.
  436. Rob Lowe: When Bella Thorne was complaining about traffic during the California mudslides, he stated that this was why people hate celebrities and Hollywood.
  437. Jeremy Clarkson (host of Top GearWho Wants to Be a Millionaire?, and The Grand Tour): Called the BBC obsessed with political correctness and called political correctness "tiresome". Used the term "PC world" in an episode where Hammond was trying not to offend a short person next to him. Makes loads of (funny) politically incorrect jokes, alongside his hosts. Here's a compilation: Also has his own page.
  438. Morgan Freeman (Actor in The Shawshank RedemptionMillion Dollar BabyBruce Almighty and The Dark Knight): Criticised Black History Month, saying Black History is American History, and noted that there is no White History Month. Says that the best way to get rid of racism is to stop talking about it, which is absolutely right. He said that race has nothing to do with wealth distribution and views himself as proof.
  439. Marcus "Notch" Persson (Creator of Minecraft): Called out mansplaining as a sexist term used to silence men via gender shaming. Said "it's okay to be white".
  440. Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn from ​The Lord of the Rings): Said that "Yes, there are black performers and Native Americans, and Asians, and Hispanics who are unfairly excluded from this awards circus, but many white performers are too", resulting in SJWs calling him a "privileged Hollywood white guy". Pointed out how "odd" it is that you can't swear or see a male or female body in media, but you can show massive shootings and the beheading of children, which is him criticising the double standards of censorship.
  441. James Earl Jones (Darth Vader from Star Wars​): Jones early “realized that people of every colour could be racist, could be victims of racism.” Labelled his grandmother's "double edged contempt for White folk" as "the best example of racism that I know". Ventures into right wing talk shows sometimes.
  442. Ian MacKellen (Gandalf from Lord of the Rings): Pointed out how some women who offered sex for acting jobs are playing the victim.
  443. Hayao Miyazaki (Creator of Spirited AwayPrincess Mononoke and My Neighbour Totoro): Despite preferring female protagonists, he has stated that he wishes that he could make another film with "an eight or nine year-old boy hero" and stated that the world is a "very hard, tough place for boys to live now".
  444. Gary Oldman (Sirius Black from Harry Potter, Norman Stanfield from Léon The Profesional, Count Dracula from Bram Stoker's Dracula and James Gordon from The Dark Knight): Has criticised what he saw as excessive political correctness. Said that "political correctness is crap. Take a f--ing joke. Get over it." Criticised those who label other people as racist if they didn't vote for 12 Years A Slave.
  445. Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man from the Marvel Cinematic Universe): Defended Mel Gibson during the controversy surrounding The Passion of the Christ, which was controversial for several reasons such as accusations of anti-Semitism.
  446. Elijah Wood (Frodo from Lord of the Rings​, Kevin from Sin City): Criticised the riots of Milo Yiannopolous haters, stating that we need to hear the opinions of people we don't agree with, instead of just shutting them down.
  447. Tyler Millard (Mumkey Jones): Frequently mocks far-left SJWs in his videos. Is against YouTube after his channel was terminated.
  448. John Cleese (Monty Python): Criticised political correctness, saying that in university campuses, it has been taken from a good idea to "the point where any kind of criticism of any individual or group is labelled cruel", and he said that the whole point about humour and comedy is being "critical" and if you go "we mustn't criticise or offend them" then humour's gone and he says "you're living in 1984 (which is about the Thought Police)". On an interview with Bill Maher, he points out he made many race jokes, and how people gasped. Said that political correctness started out as "a very good idea" but "then it got extended and absurdum" and he now thinks that it has become "pernicious". Example of him criticizing political correctness can be found in these two videos [4[5].
  449. Peter Davison (the Fifth Doctor from Doctor Who): Was concerned that the casting of the Thirteenth Doctor as a woman could mean "loss of a role model for boys".
  450. Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort from Harry Potter​, Amon Göth from Schindler's List, Ramses from The Prince of Egypt, Lord Victor Quatermaine from Wallace and Gromit): Has a disdain for political correctness, stating that "we are in this time where we are super sensitive to offence" and that he is "not sure this is always healthy for language".
  451. Matt Stone and Trey Parker (creators of South Park): South Park ​often criticises political correctness, especially through the character of PC Principal, introduced in the show's 19th season in 2015. Stone has stated "I hate conservatives, but I really f*cking hate liberals", while Parker called the far left and the far right the exact same person.
  452. Seth MacFarlane (creator of Family Guy): Criticized political correctness for when Justine Sacco lost her job because of a joke.
  453. Stephen Fry (host of QI, Melchett from Blackadder​, Gordon Deitrich from V for Vendetta​, Oscar Wilde from Wilde​, Inspector Thompson from Gosford Park): Called the phrase "I'm rather offended by that" to be "no more than a whine". Said some people are becoming too sensitive. Supported Count Dankula when the latter got in legal trouble for having his pug do a Nazi salute. Criticized safe spaces and trigger warnings as infantilizing students and possibly eroding free speech.
  454. Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker from Star Wars): Came to The Last Jedi actress Kelly Marie Tran (who played Rose Tico)'s defense in this video, essentially reminding her that "fans" like this are a vocal minority and not to take them seriously, because there are people out there who don't feel that way about her, even though they may not speak up about it.
  455. Rowan Atkinson (Edmund Blackadder from Blackadder, Mr. Bean from Mr. Bean): Said that the right to express yourself freely (freedom of expression) is the second most important thing in life (behind food). Attacked the "creeping culture of censoriousness" which has resulted in the arrest of a student making a joke. Believed that we should be allowed to insult each other, stating that "The clear problem of the outlawing of insult is that too many things can be interpreted as such. Criticism, ridicule, sarcasm, merely stating an alternative point of view to the orthodoxy, can be interpreted as insult." and that we should have "the right to insult or offend". He states a lot more than stated here in this speech.
  456. Aaron Eckhart (Harvey Dent/Two-Face from The Dark Knight, Nick Naylor from Thank You For Smoking​): Found it very 'refreshing' that director Neil LaBute is not someone who panders to political correctness.
  457. Mel Gibson (Director of BraveheartPassion of the Christ and Hacksaw Ridge): Called political correctness "intellectual terrorism". Aditionally, he has defended the film Passion of the Christ from its controversy by pointing out the double standards of those who criticized his film for its violence by saying in an interview that the actual Crucifixion is far more violent than what's depicted on his film.
  458. Jonathan Nolan (Screenwriter of The Dark Knight and director of Westworld): About the Trump election, he claimed that "everybody basically created their own echo chamber composed of people who are like-minded". He also pointed out how "everyone across all sides of the political spectrum tried to draw inferences and ideas out of The Dark Knight" such as saying "it was an apologia for George Bush", and called it "all nonsense".
  459. Marilyn Manson (Lead vocalist of the homonymous band): Criticized the Left’s political correctness [6]. This, and many comments that he's made, led people to think he's a conservative, but he isn't since he hates all political groups equally. [7]
  460. David Attenbrough: Has said that he is a humanist instead of a feminist and that he is "neither one side nor the other".
  461. Rachel Weisz: Has rejected the idea for a female James Bond and stated women should get their own stories.
  462. Christopher Nolan (director of The Dark Night trilogy and Memento): (whilst talking about The Dark Knight and its politics) he said that what he wants is for the audience to relate to Batman "whether they are Republican or Democrat".
  463. Terry Crews: Has described Hollywood as a very violent place that silences others. Defended fathers by calling kids with single-gender parents “malnourished”. Stated that defeating white supremacy without the help of white people will create black supremacy, and stated that equality is "the truth".
  464. Mahesh Babu (Indian actor): Admitted to having no knowledge in politics and stating his interest and passion only lies in cinema. While promoting his movie Spyder, he joked that he doesn't even know how to spell the word "politics".
  465. PhantomStrider (YouTuber): Has discussed the controversy over the new Ghostbusters film and has said that you're not a misogynist for not liking the movie and can simply think the movie is horrible.  Has pointed out the high suicide rate for transgenders in his top 10 worst South Park episodes.
  466. MrRepzion (YouTube vlogger): Has frequently debunked Anita Sarkeesian's claims. Pointed out that Count Dankula being arrested for having his pug do a Nazi salute is a violation of free speech. Criticised Linehan and his own grandmother for stepping into the anti-Dankula bandwagon. Called out Kathy Griffin on her gag involving a prop looking like Trump's bloody head and trying to make herself look like a victim. Criticized BullyHunters for their behaviour and Laci Green for trying to convince people that male privilege exists. Pointed out that fictional women not having ponytails is not sexism. Criticized the concept of cultural appropriation.
  467. Troy Leavitt: Made two YouTube videos criticising SJWs: [8[9] Has pointed out that a gamer is simply someone who enjoys playing games instead of a white, heterosexual man. Has called out American mainstream media on spreading false information about gamers. Criticized Zoe Quinn over her book Crash Override and has praised the GamerGate movement. Defended Bushnell when Brianna Wu accused him of not so pleasant behaviour around women during the early days of Atari.
  468. Peter Steele† (Deceased lead vocalist of Type O Negative): Refused to talk about politics during his life as it would be like having a size 15 foot in his mouth.
  469. Johnny Rotten (Lead vocalist of the Sex Pistols): Stated that he can say whatever he wants to say and if you don't like it, then you can f-off.
  470. David Draiman (Lead vocalist of Disturbed): Supports GamerGate and has called out the media for being too politically correct for their own damn good.
  471. Kate Upton: Criticized NFL players for protesting against the national anthem. Says kneeling down or sitting during the national anthem is a disgrace to people who served and still serve in this country.
  472. Matt Groening: When Apu Nahasapeemapetilon was accused of being a racist stereotype, Groening responded with an animated clip in which Lisa pointed out that Apu's portrayal should be inoffensive and by saying that people pretend to be offended.
  473. Rob Dyke: He has joked about SJWs and both of the main 2016 US presidential candidates in some episodes of his series "Why Would You Put That On The Internet?". Has criticised people accusing him of racism due to a MiC-related video, people who wanted Casey Affleck arrested over now-settled sex offence charges, self-diagnosis, MiC, Tumblr and Otherkin.
  474. Vailskibum94 (YouTuber): He made a video praising The Amazing World of Gumball's approach to Tumblr:
  475. Philip DeFranco: He defended Ethan Klein after the latter made a transgender joke and criticized Annaliese Nielsen for shaming a man over a bobble-head doll.
  476. SecondClancy: He hosts a show titled "Straight Outta Tumblr" where he criticizes Tumblr users.
  477. Ricky Gervais: He has pointed out that Count Dankula's legal trouble violated free speech. While hosting the 2020 Golden Globe Awards, he told the award winning celebrities to not make political speeches, stating that they have no business lecturing audiences about anything.
  478. Sam Harris (atheist): Has made a video on why you should avoid identity politics.
  479. James Damore (Google engineer): Has made Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber, which takes shots at political correctness and ham-fisted diversity.
  480. Nicole Kidman (Tom Cruise’s former wife): Stated she doesn’t want to raise her children as Scientologists due to its shady acts and Tom Cruise’s involvement and has been reluctant to talk about it ever since the divorce.
  481. Selena Quintanilla-Perez†: Hosted charities and fundraisers as well as headlines several festivals to helped raise money to help needy kids and AIDS patients. She was also a spokesperson for women in abusive relationships and helped out at many homeless shelters. Once paid $300 to help save a rabbit she accidentally ran over with her car.
  482. Adam DeVine (co-creator/actor of Workaholics): Is apolitical, and supports Children's Miracle Network Hospitals by attending their charity events.
  483. Alden Ehrenreich (Han Solo from Solo: A Star Wars Story): Has not mentioned anything about his political views.
  484. Steven Adams (NBA player): Saved a fellow basketball player from falling over and injuring himself during a basketball match.
  485. Alex Trebek (host of Jeopardy!): Is against political correctness, stating that we now have to "pity" anyone who makes a joke because they'll be "savaged" for it.
  486. Amy Adams (actress): Although she participated in a video from 2008 that featured celebrities asking people to vote, she is mostly apolitical.
  487. MC Underdog (lead vocalist of Hed PE): Has an extreme hatred of politcal correctness as displayed in his music.
  488. Patrick Buchanan: He wrote in The Death of the West that "political correctness is cultural Marxism" and that "its trademark is intolerance".
  489. Sean Connery: He has frequently criticized feminism, and has no problem saying that "to hit a woman is in no way worse than to hit a man; I would do it if they deserve it". He also said that political correctness is one of the reasons he quit acting.
  490. Roger Moore†: He was against a black James Bond and claimed that instead of changing established characters, "minorities" should create their own characters.
  491. Liam Neeson (Bryan Mills from the Taken franchise): He has criticized the #MeToo movement, saying that it's a witch hunt where everyone likes to point a middle finger at everyone. He has defended Dustin Hoffman from his specious accusers.
  492. Raven-Symone: Said that Black Lives Matter should be called All Lives Matter.
  493. Avery Brooks (American actor): Criticized SJWs in thisvideo.
  494. Sam Houser (CEO of Rockstar Games): Has sided with gamers over "moral guardians" on numerous occasions, such as when GTA V was wrongfully pulled from Target and K-Mart in Australia, in which he simply said that "if you don't like our games, then don't buy them!" Has also criticised parents who blame his company for their children becoming violent by questioning why said parents are buying GTA (a Mature/18 rated series) for their kids in the first place.
  495. ItsAGundum (Youtuber): Has a deep-seated hatred for forced representation in entertainment. He has criticised Twitch's double standards when it comes to certain users of the platform breaking terms of services countless times without consequence, and also for catering to certain female streamers (in particular, twitch T.H.O.T's).
  496. Gillian Anderson (X-Files): Refuses to pitch in on conversations about Trump or Brexit since she feels she doesn't know enough about politics in general. Also believes her opinions aren't any more valid than anyone else's just because she's actor.
  497. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Luke Hobbs from the Fast & Furious franchise, Maui from Moana and Mathayus the Scorpion King from The Mummy Returns and The Scorpion King): Despite being pressed for political questions for frequently nowadays, he still never gives specific comments or views about the subject. He understands that his platform shouldn't be exploited to preach politics to his audience.
  498. Freddie Prinze Jr.: Made a speech criticizing obnoxious know-it-all Star Wars fans and told them to go f*ck themselves.
  499. Avril Lavigne: When she was asked about being named as the "Anti-Britney", she says she doesn't really hate Britney Spears and has more of an mixed opinion towards her and said it's very rude and mean. Adressed the conspiracy theory saying she died in 2003 and got replaced by a clone.
  500. Mariah Carey (singer): When asked about the US Presidential Campaign of 2016, she skirted the question about who she supported so as not to offend anyone. Although she (reluctantly) favoured Hilary Clinton, she accepts that she is a celebrity, not a political analyst.
  501. Miranda Lambert: Is completely against using her platform for anything other than music, being a country singer. Views political preaching as a "lose-lose" situation, since she'd make one side happy, but at the same time, piss off the other. She also said she wouldn't go to a show to hear someone preach about their opinions.
  502. Josh Duhamel: Believes that celebrities who think people care about their political views are misinformed. This is the main reason he never discusses politics, that no one cares what he thinks.
  503. Carrie Underwood: Simply prefers to stay away from politics. Has outright stated that she loses all respect for any celebrity who backs any candidate.
  504. I Hate Everything: In his "I HATE THE EMOJI MOVIE" video, he criticizes the movie's agenda about women being stronger and superior to men.
  505. Lindsay Lohan (Cady Heron from Mean Girls): Criticized the MeToo movement, saying that MeToo accusers are weak women.
  506. Pyrocynical: Has criticized a video in which a feminist claims a man telling a joke was harassment, stating that the woman shouldn't have jumped to conclusions.
  507. Chris Pratt (Owen Grady from Jurassic World, Emmet Brickwoski from The Lego Movie, Rex Dangervest from The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and Peter Jason Quill/Star-Lord from the MCU): Has criticized political correctness and politically correct people.
  508. Mel Brooks: Has stated "Our stupidly politically correct society is the death of comedy".
  509. Kid Rock (rapper): Has criticized political correctness. Said he has friends who are both Democrats and Republicans saying he’s not gonna let politics get in the way of friendships.
  510. John Schneider (Bo Duke from The Dukes of Hazzard): Has called out people who label the Confederate Flag as racist stating that it isn't and anyone who owns it is free to fly it.
  511. Ben Jones (Cooter Davenport from The Dukes of Hazzard): Has also called out people for labeling the Confederate Flag as racist, stating that taking it down violates freedom of speech.
  512. Jonathan Rozanski (TheMysteriousMrEnter): Has criticized political correctness in a couple of his videos.
  513. Arvind Swamy (another Indian actor): During the strike of the Tamil film industry in 2018 following the Kaveri water sharing protests happening in Tamil Nadu the same year, he said he is tired of the strike and wants to continue working.
  514. Tex Hammond (Lincoln Loud’s fourth voice actor and Grey Griffin’s son): Said the whole Lincoln x Lori pairing is awful incest in his recent livestream: "This is so messed up. Why do people take good shows like The Loud House and make it incest, ya know? Don't gotta be incest"
  515. Mark Lester (Oliver Twist from Oliver!): A close friend of Michael Jackson, Lester is defensive of the late singer against pedophilia accusations, even participating in the documentary film Michael Jackson: Chase the Truth which defends Jackson from claims presented in the infamous Leaving Neverland documentary.
  516. Iikka Forss (Markku Rautio from Helsingin herra, electrician Juhnu from Korkeajännitystä - eli sähköä kotiin kuljetettuna): Is a supporter of the Save the Children charity who happens to be otherwise apolitical.
  517. Shappi Khorsandi: Was among those who were against Count Dankula being persecuted over having his pug do a Nazi salute.
  518. Joe Pesci (Tommy DeVito from Goodfellas, Nicky Santoro from Casino and Harry Lyme from the Home Alone franchise): Is known for portraying tough, volatile characters in a variety of genres, and as such, his career makes fun of political correctness.
  519. Cara Buono (actress): Prefers to stay away from all political topics as she admitted to hating politics.
  520. Colleen Ballinger (Youtuber): Aside from supporting LGBT rights, she is mostly apolitical. Criticized people who use religion as an excuse for bad behavior in this video.
  521. Marshall Matters (Eminem): His song Without Me mocks political correctness and censorship.
  522. Dolly Parton: Has criticized the #MeToo movement in her song and movie 9 to 5. Created a program called Imagination Library which aims to donate books to kids that need help with learning how to read.
  523. Grandayy (Youtuber): Even thought he has joked about certain politicians (such as Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, and Barack Obama) he still doesn’t give serious answers as to what his political views are and instead gives joke answers (such as “I am a gamer”) showing he knows better then to preach politics to his fans.
  524. Dolan Dark (Youtuber): Made a video criticizing the BBC for labeling black reaction GIFs as cultural appropriation.
  525. Brian De Palma (director of CarrieScarface, and Carlito's Way): When asked if he and his movies are sexist, he downplayed those claims by saying that he's making suspense movies.
  526. Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree): Despite being a vegetarian and an atheist, he proclaims that he doesn't want to put his views on his audience but to express them through stories and characters.
  527. Erica Mendez (Ryuko from Kill la Kill): Stated she does not wish to get involved in real world politics.
  528. Glenn Danzig (founder of Danzig): He has voiced his dissatisfaction with the United States' two-party political system, stating "the bottom line is that both parties are in agreement about one thing: They don't want a third, a fourth, or a fifth party in there. They want it Democratic and Republican. Both sides are corrupt."
  529. Jerry Lewis†: Kept a low political profile, heeding president John F. Kennedy's warning to not get into anything political, aside from the former's endorsement of the latter. He also believed that political speeches should not be in the Oscars.
  530. Henning Mankell† (author of the Kurt Wallander novels): Was among the people who advocated against the apartheid regime in South Africa in protests of 1968.
  531. Shakira (Latin-pop singer): Joined UNICEF to promote education and speak up for children.
  532. Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan from the Twilight franchise): Claimed that debating about gender equality can be boring.
  533. Charlie Rose (host of his eponymous show): Has encouraged a discussion between the leaders of NBC and Fox News leading to a reduction of ad hominem attacks from Keith Olbermann and Bill O’Reilly on their news programs.
  534. Andrew Coyne (Canadian political commentator): Has believed the us-vs-them mentality from the right and left to be self-quarantine.
  535. Bruce Springsteen (liberal singer): Has believed that he won’t write an anti-Trump diatribe because criticizing the president is not his job, it’s someone else’s job.
  536. George Harrison† (Deceased lead guitarist for The Beatles): Staged two concerts in NYC to help victims of floods, famine and war in Bangladesh.
  537. Prince† (singer): Has criticized Democrats and Republicans for trying to politicize the Bible to make it conform to their values.
  538. Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell (UFC MMA legend): Personally kept peace in the streets of his hometown Los Angeles during the George Floyd protests and openly criticized violent protesters. Said "[...]this does not help - destroying cities, destroying people, hurting people... It does not do any good for anybody, so hey, protest all you want - just do it peacefully."
  539. Jon Jones (Mixed martial artist): Organized a group of volunteers to restore buildings destroyed and burned down by George Lloyd protesters.
  540. James Gunn: Gave Laura Bailey some positive messages as shown in this tweet claiming that it's lame to confuse fiction with reality. He also apologized for his earlier tweets joking about child rape and pedophila, admitting it was in poor taste. He also criticized Right-Wing SJWs for misusing the term "cancel culture" in response to Hasbro unifying the labels for Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head (namely by dropping both "Mr." and "Mrs." from the package - even though Hasbro confirmed they were still called Mr. and Mrs.)
  541. Katie Rice: In 2018, she helped to expose John K for sexually assaulting her and other women years earlier. Unlike many others, however, she was more fair and rational in calling out John K for his actions and did not distort claims or spread malicious lies to discredit Ren & Stimpy or petition to have the reboot cancelled, unlike Robyn Byrd. She also chose not to take part in the drama in 2020.
  542. Barack Obama (44th President of the United States): Has acknowledged the existence of Cancel Culture and denounced SJWs and Obsessive Anti-SJWs for utilizing it, and has refused to call it activism.
    • Obama also denounced the Baltimore shooting (perpetrated by a white supremacist) and the Radical BLM/Antifa riots that took place afterward, and in 2020. asked that BLM supporters protest peacefully in light of George Floyd's death.
  543. Consuelo Pizarro (Nahuel from Nahuel and the Magic Book/Nahuel y el Libro Mágico): Despite she speaks Spanish, she delightfully met a fan who speak English in another country in one of her pictures in a comments from her pictures on Instagram for her compliments about her voice in the film.