Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Tuesday that it's "pretty easy" for celebrities to call on Hollywood to boycott Georgia after Brian Kemp (R) won the state's gubernatorial race.

Some celebrities like Alyssa Milano, Ron Perlman and Bradley Whitford have tweeted that they want the entertainment industry to avoid the Peach State after Democrat Stacey Abrams' loss.

Lahren said that celebrities embracing the "#BoycottGeorgia" trend are forgetting about people who'd benefit from TV and movie jobs in Georgia that voted Democrat.

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"It's all about their outrage. It's all about these continual losses, and it's pretty easy for them to tweet about things that they clearly don't understand," she said, adding that the elections where Democrats lose are always deemed "unfair."

"It's becoming a pattern with the Democratic Party."

Many films and television shows are filmed in the state of Georgia because of a tax credit incentive.

Abrams, who has repeatedly refused to acknowledge Kemp as the legitimate governor-elect, tweeted that she doesn't want the entertainment business to boycott her state.

According to Project Casting, popular shows like Netflix’s "Stranger Things," AMC’s "The Walking Dead,"  and Fox’s "The Gifted" are all filmed in Georgia.

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