Trump-loving grifters seek $1 million to exile Jon Stewart to Canada
Daily Show' host Jon Stewart on CNN on Nov. 4, 2014 [CNN]

The USA Freedom Kids attracted a lot of attention earlier this year with their pint-sized electioneering on behalf of GOP front-runner Donald Trump.


Now the kids are on a mission to raise $1 million to "send anti-Trump celebs to Canada." So far, they've only raised $75 on the crowd sourcing website, GoFundMe.

"It is alleged that celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg, Jennifer Lawrence, Lena Dunham, Jon Stewart, Cher, Miley Cyrus, Raven-Symone and Al Sharpton are considering leaving the USA when Donald Trump becomes president," the page says. "So, to improve America and to improve the living conditions for these celebrities, we'd like to help them achieve their wish. We've set up this GoFundMe page to raise money to offset their moving expenses."

While it seems like a symbolic effort, as the likes of Jon Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Lawrence probably wouldn't need crowd-sourced money to move wherever they wanted, the USA Kids point out that they are "very serious" in their goals. The group's manager also claims they are not political, according to a press released published on PRWeb.

"The KIDS are not political, but LOVE performing and LOVE freedom," says the manager, Jeff Popick, "So we decided to have some fun, with our hit song, 'Freedom's Call,' which ultimately went viral because of a performance for Donald Trump."

Here is the USA Freedom Kids' routine that got them national media attention, as posted to YouTube: