Celebrities are often bashed for using the screen to preach their politics.
But then you have these guys, who've worn the uniform and earned the right to have an opinion regardless of what society thinks.
So check out these six celebrity tweets to get a sense how some high-profile vets are reacting to the new political reality.
Actor and rapper Ice-T, who served in the 25th Infantry Division from 1979 - 1983, wrote:
Apparently Clint Eastwood, who served in the Army from 1951 - 1953, got his Twitter account banned. Some people are blaming this tweet for it:
Marine Montel Williams (1974 - 1996) tweeted:
Drew Carey, who served in the Marines from 1980 - 1986, is making sure everyone knows where he stands:
Randy Couture, Army 1982 -1988, isn't having any of your butthurt:
Pat Sajak, TV host and the military host of the radio show made famous in "Good Morning Vietnam," just wants everyone to stop pointing fingers: