American actor Scott Baio has come forward with criticism in a new online video for celebrities that pledged they would move to Canada after the election.

Baio has been openly conservative for quite some time

Baio is originally made a name for himself acting in the Seventies sitcom, "Happy Days," in addition to starring in the short-lived spin-off, "Joanie Loves Chachi," he would later have success with his own sitcom, "Charles In Charge." Younger audiences may recognize him as the star of the Nickelodeon sitcom, "See Dad Run."

As an openly Conservative, registered Republican, Baio made an appearance at the 2016 Republican National Convention, and had previously supported Donald Trump in his bid for the White House, and previously supported Republican candidate Mitt Romney during his bid for election as well.

Video discussing double standards on Facebook

In a video recently posted to social media, Baio appeared wearing a sweater featuring a maple leaf with the word “Canada,” advocating in jest that conservative-minded listeners should watch MSNBC, seeming to highlight the breakdowns of various people involved in the media that started to trend after news of the election came out.

Baio then explained he was wearing a Canadian themed outfit in homage to various celebrities involved in a trending internet meme that they would move to Canada if Trump had won the election. He specifically highlighted American actress and director Lena Dunham by name as one such celebrity.

Baio also highlighted the reactions of people in liberally-based media being treated with an almost childish sympathy, such as colleges offering free therapy and hot chocolate or websites like Buzzfeed posting videos of “puppies” to cheer up people who were upset over the election.

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He appeared to highlight a double standard, saying that such behavior would have been deemed ridiculous, had it occurred with conservative-based media during Obama’s election, going so far as to quote Barrack Obama’s “You lost. We won.”

Finally, the video was ended with a defense of Trump's lack of political experience as being a reason that people may have wanted him, comparing it to draining a swamp, and treated protesters of the election as being sore losers, once again tying it into the theme of double standards he saw in the media.