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Scott Baio Trashes ‘Happy Days’ Reunion Fundraiser For Biden And Wannabe ‘Chachi’ John Stamos

Scott Baio, famous for his role as 'Chachi', shredded the pro-Biden 'Happy Days' reunion and torched John Stamos as an "elite marxist."

Everyone loved Chachi, included Joanie, back in the 1970-80s. Scott Baio is fuming over the fact that the “Happy Days” cast is planning a reunion fundraiser for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and they want to sub in John Stamos to play Chachi. 

John Stamos Offers To Play Chachi For ‘Happy Days’ Reunion

In a new interview, Scott Baio starts off by blasting the so-called “Happy Days” cast reunion.

Then he takes aim at former “Full House” star John Stamos, who offered to take over the conservative actor’s role of Chachi for the reunion.

The previously announced cast runs deeps. It includes Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham), Don Most (Ralph Malph), Anson Williams(Potsie Weber), Marion Ross (Marion Cunningham), and writer Lowell Ganzbrb.

The group agreed to all reunite for a virtual fundraiser to benefit Biden and the Wisconsin Democratic Party.

Though some “surprise guests” have been teased, it’s clear that Donald Trump-supporting Scott Baio will not be one of them.

The Original ‘Chachi’, Scott Baio, Fired Up Over ‘Happy Days’ Reunion

In an interview with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, Baio called the reunion “a little bizarre”.

Especially because the goal of the cast reunion is to “promote” Democratic nominees Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris.

“I’m not on board, obviously, because I don’t believe in socialism and Marxists,” said Baio, who added that a show like “Happy Days,” which was all about “traditional American values,” should not be used to promote people like Biden and Harris.

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‘Happy Days’ Star Scott Baio Torches John Stamos 

Baio then shifted to take aim Stamos. The middle-aged heartthrob volunteered to participate in the “Happy Days” fundraiser by stepping in for conservative Baio as Chachi.

This was a role that Baio made famous during his time on “Happy Days,” even earning his own spinoff, “Joanie Loves Chachi.”

“I think Stamos always wanted to be Chachi instead of playing second fiddle to a 3-year-old,” Baio said, referring to Stamos’ most famous role as Uncle Jesse on “Full House” and “Fuller House.”

“It’s good to know that Stamos is part of the Hollywood elite Marxist crap,” Baio lamented.

In the end, Baio said that he is against this reunion because it strips away the traditional values that made “Happy Days” so popular.

He went on to say that the show once “represented traditional American values, good morals” and “a slice of Americana.”

Scott Baio On Kirstie Alley

Later in the interview, Baio addressed the situation involving “Cheers” actress Kirstie Alley. We reported earlier this week that Alley was relentlessly attacked by liberals over the weekend after expressing her support of Trump. 

Full story: ‘Cheers’ Star Kirstie Alley Triggers Hollywood Liberals Then Issues Brutal Response To Her ‘Nasty’ Haters

“I completely understand and empathize with what Kirstie’s going through,” he said. 

Baio concluded by doubling down on his support of Trump. The 60-year-old appreciates that the president believes “in America,” “in hard work,” and “in individualism.”

“I don’t hate this country like most liberals do. I don’t think it was founded in a bad way, I love it,” Baio said.

He went on to add that like him, “President Trump loves this country.”

It’s sad that the show “Happy Days,” which was never political in any way, has decided to alienate millions of conservative fans by shamelessly submitting to the radical left. 

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