Hollywood wishing death on President Trump is nothing new. Madonna, Johnny Depp, Kathy Griffin and many other prominent Hollywood elites have all “joked” about assassinating our commander in chief.
What’s worse; now these Hollywood elitists wish the same violent behavior on President Trump’s supporters all the time too. Doesn’t Hollywood always say they’re the tolerant ones?
And this famous Hollywood director just wished death on Trump supporters in this despicable way.
Liberals lost their collective minds when they saw President Trump was holding a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. None more so than Hollywood director Rob Reiner – known for “The Princess Bride” and “Stand By Me” – who is quite possibly Hollywood’s biggest anti-Trump activist.
It’s comical when you consider Reiner hasn’t made a good film in over a decade and yet he’s still somehow their champion. Maybe somebody with a relevant resume over the last couple of decades should be considered first.
The outlandish claims Reiner has made about President Trump are enormous but then he stepped way over that proverbial line when he claimed the 45th President of the United States didn’t care about the health of his supporters when they attended his Tulsa, Oklahoma rally.
Reiner alleged that the president is “OK if his cult followers in Tulsa die.”
“The Bucket List” director wrote on Twitter last week, “Feeling Americans are devastated by the heartbreaking loss of life from the dual viruses of racism and corona. Our President, a sociopath, doesn’t care. He’s even ok if his cult followers in Tulsa die. Nov. 3 can’t come soon enough.”
There’s a lot to unpack here but the most glaring one is the aggressively unfair assumption that President Trump “doesn’t care,” but this is the narrative the left has perpetuated for the last several years. That’s no surprise.
However, not only did he step over the line on that one, for Reiner to have a casual disregard for a person’s life that he wishes them to die and even adds “it can’t come soon enough” proves the derangement of liberals with likeminded ideologies.
Reiner, in particular, speaks in hyperbole.
For example, just last month, Reiner wrote one tweet that proves how demented he is by saying, “In 2016, a mentally deranged Con Man colluded with an enemy power to steal an election. He’s abused women. He’s praised Nazis. He’s taken babies from mothers. He’s decimated the Rule of Law. He’s turned his back as tens of thousands of US die. In 2020 he must be gone.”
There are nearly a dozen conspiracy theories in that tweet like the narratives that he’s a “conman” or that he stole the 2016 election with the help of Russia.
Reiner also calls him a “Nazi” who “abused women,” which are lies based on zero evidence.
Ironically, Reiner called Trump “mentally deranged.” To quote Michael Jackson in “Man in the Mirror”: “I’m starting with the man in the mirror. I’m asking him to change his ways.
And no message could have been any clearer. If you want to make the world a better place. Take a look at yourself, and then make a change.”
This is probably a lost sentiment to Reiner because his Trump Derangement Syndrome is as severe as any other liberal in the United States. Somebody should really tell him.