Stars of the hit Broadway show “Hamilton” lectured vice president-elect Mike Pence from the stage last week on their concerns with a Trump presidency.
But while the actors may like to play politics on stage, most of the leading cast members haven’t voted in years.
RadarOnline investigated whether or not the actors had voted and revealed many leads hadn’t in years. Dixon’s records show he didn’t vote during president Obama’s reelection bid in 2012. Javier Munoz, playing the titular role of Hamilton, registered to vote in 2006 and voted in the mid-term elections, but hasn’t been on record as voting since.
Seth Stewart, who plays Thomas Jefferson, voted in 2008 when Obama ran for the first time. He did not vote in 2012. Okieriete “Oak” Onaodowan, who players James Madison and Hercules Mulligan, registered to vote in 2005 but hasn’t been on record voting since.
This is a classic example of the progressive “do as I say, but not as I do” mentality. If they were truly concerned about Donald Trump winning, they should have voted against him.
These Broadway stars should focus more on representing themselves at the ballot box, before they lecture others on how a representative democracy works.