Note to Hollywood: If you are a yapping little pampered Chihuahua, NEVER pick a fight with a junkyard Pit Bull!

At least 90% of the parasites in Hollywood who we pay to lie entertain us by pretending to be someone else have lambasted Donald Trump for the year and a half he was running for and was elected to be President of the United States.

The Left Coast fakes began by laughing at Donald Trump as a serious candidate. When he obliterated sixteen competent candidates from the richest Republican field to assemble in the history of our country and became the GOP’s candidate their laughter turned to confusion and concern.

They fought the hard fight and pumped all the money they could afford into the campaign of the most corrupt candidate to ever run for president, one Hitlery Clinton. They thought that was all they needed to do. The major pollsters were telling them right up to Election Day that the race was over, the Wicked Witch of Benghazi was their new leader. The mainstream media was parroting that message.

Oops! Call it karma, call it “payback is a bitch.” Guess which program President Trump is marking for elimination first. National Endowment of the Arts.

While attending an inaugural ball on Friday celebrating the arts, celebrities lashed out at the new president for considering budget cuts that would eliminate art funding, according to BizPacReview.

Trump’s team has been looking at a proposal that would drastically cut federal spending by $10.5 trillion over 10 years, according to The Hill. On the cutting block would be the National Endowment for the Arts, which would be eliminated entirely.

The NEA was allotted $148 million from the federal government in 2016. And while the amount seems inconsequential in a nearly $4 trillion federal budget, it has been targeted as an example of wasteful federal spending.

But Hollywood stars are already fighting back, slamming Trump for considering the budget cuts that would affect the arts.

The move would be a “huge mistake” according to actor Tim Daly, who is also president of the Creative Coalition, which hosted the ball being dubbed “the right to bear arts.”

The “Madam Secretary” star warned that the cuts would impact smaller cities and communities which may not have any other access to the arts. “The very people, actually, who voted for him,” Daly noted.

“It’s ridiculous. We need art in our lives,” actress Marisol Gonzalez, star of “Orange is the New Black,” told The Hill.

Christina Hendricks of “Mad Men,” Cheryl Hines of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and Alia Shawkat of “Arrested Development” joined other stars on stage at Friday’s inaugural ball, advocating arts funding and sharing statistics about the NEA.

Geoffrey Arend, of “Madam Secretary,” argued that the need was actually for increasing funds.

“We shouldn’t zero it out,” he said. “We should add more money.”

“Breaking Bad” actor Dean Norris thought it was “surreal” that the administration was considering the cuts.

“We’re here celebrating the arts. It’s taken on an extra sense of urgency now that we heard they want to defund the NEA,” he told The Hill.