Schwarzenegger continues his feud with President Trump.
The liberal Hollywood elite are all persistent in attempting to undermine and bring down President Trump.
And Schwarzenegger is attempting to lead a new anti-Trump resistance.
Schwarzenegger beefed recently when President Trump called out the once-most bankable movie star in the world for poor ratings on The Apprentice.
But clearly the Predator and Terminator star is too irked to let it go.
Now Schwarzenegger is preparing to launch a project that maps out a strategy to pass climate change legislation at the state level.
“Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger launched a project Friday that aims to provide all fifty state legislators with a blueprint to pass climate change legislation to counter President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.
The former California governor unveiled the Digital Environmental Legislative Handbook in partnership with the Schwarzenegger Institute at the University of Southern California and the National Caucus of Environmental Legislators:
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) August 4, 2017
Schwarzenegger says states do not have to wait for the federal government to combat climate change.
“There’s no reason why we shouldn’t have a digital legislative handbook — and make it available to people who wanted to create environmental action now — because of the situation with Trump,” Schwarzenegger told Politico in an interview Thursday.
“With his decision on the Paris agreement, it is even more so important to make this information available because it shows the kinds of wonderful things states can do without waiting for the federal government,” he said.
“The message to legislators with the project is now ‘you have the power to do it yourselves,”’ Schwarzenegger said. “The reality is each state now goes to work and passes great legislation that helps them … make great decisions.”
In June, the Terminator Genisys star called for a “grassroots revolution” to continue the battle against global warming after President Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris climate agreement.
President Trump fulfilled a major campaign promise when he announced America’s withdrawal from the United Nations-backed measure.
Schwarzenegger took shots at President Trump Friday during a speech at the National Caucus of Environmental Legislators conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
“America did not drop out of the Paris agreement,” Schwarzenegger said. “One man dropped out of the Paris agreement.”
Schwarzenegger has become a leading voice in an anti-Trump resistance campaign, denouncing the president’s agenda.
In February, he even offered to switch jobs with Trump “so people can finally sleep comfortably again.”
This might be a desperate attempt for Schwarzenegger to stay relevant in the public eye.
He went from being the biggest movie star in the world to the governor of California, but when he left office as a failure, he became a box-office failure too.
One after another, movies like The Last Stand, Sabotage and Aftermath became enormous financial bombs.
That forced him into TV – where failed movie stars tend to go to revive their career – and accepted Trump’s old job.
And with Trump calling him out, it seems like Arnold is holding onto sour grapes, refusing to let the grudge go.