Hollywood heavyweight Rob Reiner has just been pummeling political rival Republican President Donald Trump lately on Twitter. Earlier today Reiner took aim at him once again. As the A-list director described him as a “failed president,” who must resign for the “survival” of the United States.
“Donald Trump is a failed President. For the survival of our citizens, for the survival of our country, he must resign,” he posted. That followed a post Wednesday as he claimed, “The President is a sociopath. He has no feeling about people suffering or dying.” Plus Reiner added, “He uses these ridiculous press briefings as a campaign tool, managing the death toll like poll numbers. Trying to convince US that 200,000 deaths is a victory. Monstrous.”
A day before he declared that, “Donald Trump’s mental illness is killing people.”
In addition Reiner told, “I’m not a lawyer, but it seems to me if you’re the most influential person in America and you tell the public that a deadly viral pandemic is a hoax & countless citizens accept that as reality, do nothing to protect themselves then end up dead, you might be an accessory,”
Another tweet argued, “Those of you who follow me know that I’ve been quite critical of how the President has handled this crisis. But after seeing how high his ratings have been, I’ve learned my lesson. I’ll keep my mouth shut. Except to say that he’s an unfeeling moronic f******.”
And beyond that Reiner announced, “It’s not possible to have a worse human being handling this crisis.”
Many of Hollywood’s entertainment elite have openly criticized the president over his handling of this global pandemic. A number of those liberal leaning stars now begging for him to be removed and replaced.
This from The Washington Examiner:
Reiner a longtime critic of the president, saying in 2017 that Trump is “out of his f—ing mind,” and earlier this month that the Earth will soon be uninhabitable if a Democrat doesn’t win in 2020.
Trump warned Tuesday of a “very painful two weeks” ahead for the U.S. but added there will soon be “real light at the end of the tunnel.”
Is there anything more useful the show business great can do to help his country?