Everyone knows that Hollywood has become a cesspool of anti-President Trump hatred.
But they don’t just hate Trump; they also thumb their nose at his supporters.
And director Rob Reiner is one of Hollywood’s biggest advocates who thinks he knows exactly what frightens Trump supporters.
Rob Reiner isknown for classics as Stand by Me, The Princess Bride, A Few Good Men and This Is Spinal Tap.
Reiner recently gave an interview with Joy Reid of “AM Joy” on MSNBC, where he weighed in on the illegal immigrant family-separation controversy and bashed Trump supporters for being “racist.”
Reiner told Joy Reid, “What we’re doing in the United States of America is inhuman. Trump] launched his campaign basically saying, ‘Mexicans are rapists and murderers.’ That’s what he is still selling. It’s the only thing he can sell to that racist base of his.”
And then he added, “The people who support him are frightened to death of the browning of America.”
This should be obvious. The problem with Reiner’s logic here is that he’s equating the “browning of America” to immigrants who have crossed our border illegally.
Trump supporters simply don’t want illegal immigrants taking over our country.
Illegal immigration is a problem that they continue to ignore—and if they want to speak out that Trump supporters are inherently racist, they’re just further proving they live in a bubble the rest of America doesn’t live in.
But Reiner has been on the anti-Trump train since he was running for President.
Reiner’s last box-office flop was his biopic on Lyndon B. Johnson that starred Woody Harrelson. While promoting the film in 2017, Reiner saidabout Trump: “Donald Trump is the single most unqualified human being to ever assume the presidency of the United States. He is mentally unfit. Not only does he not understand how government works, he has no interest in trying to find out how it works.”
In April of this year, Reiner tweeted that, “Democracy is being tested. The rule of law and the press are under attack by a childish sociopathic liar. Congressional checks and balances have been obliterated. All it would take is one principled Republican, not on the way out, to stand up for the love of country.”
That is ironic considering Trump loves this country more than Reiner ever could.
But, more importantly, what Reiner is saying with these statements is an indictment on you, the Trump supporter.
Reiner, by extension, is calling you a sociopath for voting for and supporting Trump.
This is how almost all of the Hollywood elites feel about you.
Reiner once called the President a “f—king moron,” and sarcastically said it’s,“reassuring to have a President so comfortable with criminality.”
You have to remember that Rob Reiner is the son of comedic legend Carl Reiner, so his entire life and career has been at the behest of a silver spoon and nepotism.
Rob is the perfect example of someone who doesn’t understand what hard-working Americans go through on a day-to-day basis.
That’s why millions of Americans have tuned out his nonsense.
The problem though is that he has 392,000 twitter followers who do listen to his anti-Trump vitriol.
Just remember that these Hollywood elites have no idea what it’s like to live in real life.