Costner Stuns ‘Yellowstone’ Fans with T-shirt Supporting Cheney

Kevin Costner may have just doomed “Yellowstone” to its final season.

The popular actor, who many had believed was conservative, did the unthinkable.

While on the hallowed grounds of the Yellowstone Ranch, he donned a t-shirt supporting Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY).

Going with the Flow

Costner claims to be an independent, saying he votes on both sides of the ballot.

However, he also stated he supported Pete Buttigieg in the last election.

I don’t see anyone with an ounce of conservative blood in their veins doing that.

Then came this travesty…

We all know how this works, right?

There will now surely be a movement to boycott “Yellowstone” among hardcore conservatives, which would likely doom the show.

Honestly, do you see liberals worried about pronouns sitting down and watching a show like “Yellowstone” where Rip is the epitome of “toxic masculinity”?

Even the women on this show are tough as nails, so I guess this is not playing in too many leftist homes.

The pushback against Costner was immediate…

At least Cheney knows if she runs for president, she will have one vote.

For fans of the show, they were just issued a brutal reminder that Costner is a pretend cowboy with conservative values, not a real one.

Source: The Blaze

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