A-list stars have gathered outside the Beverly Hills headquarters of talent agency UTA to protest President Donald Trump, specifically his unconstitutional travel ban of seven Muslim-majority nations. Among the A-listers was “Back to the Future” and “Doc Hollywood” star Michael J. Fox, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease and actively campaigns for a cure.

Fox’s emotional plea for the refugees

Fox gave an emotional speech about the difficulties facing the refugees that Trump is disallowing entry to the United States. He said that they “have given up everything” and “lost everything they have.” He said the refugees are “struggling to keep their families alive” and struggling to “keep food in their mouths and disease away from their bodies,” and pointing out the “tremendous risk” involved with getting their families to the US.

“And we say no?” Fox asked rhetorically as America is turning down refugees who desperately need a place to call home. He said that the American people are “the lucky ones” who should be grateful for where they live and what they have, a luxury the refugees are being denied by the bigoted, prejudiced, ignorant President.