Hollywood celebrities experienced a collective meltdown on Monday following President Donald Trump's address to the nation in which he called for national healing while also vowing to deploy the U.S. military against Antifa and other violent protestors if state governments fail to quell the chaos. Stars including Alyssa Milano, Patricia Arquette, and Rob Reiner rushed to social media to express their outrage at his speech, calling the president the “gestapo”, a “fake Christian,” and a “fascist.”
Below is a small sampling of their virtue signaling, self-declared, 'righteous' indignation. For more, visit the link above. WARNING: Dropout-level intelligence and language follows.
Fucking trump gestapo. It’s the death of democracy. pic.twitter.com/gtzIUSMIRz— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) June 1, 2020
Did we just get Martial Lawed??! So, he just Declared War on The Public??!! It’s not 1807 this is not Rebellion!!, but I think it’s about get all kinds of fucked up here!!— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) June 1, 2020
Will Trump be the first President to nuke a U.S. city? Stay tuned.— Ice Cube (@icecube) June 2, 2020
Trump is a cardboard fake Christian. A Bible photo op and to get the picture he just sprayed peaceful protesters with pepper spray and flash bangs.— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) June 1, 2020
The president just gassed 1000 Americans so he could walk to a fucking church on TV— Ethan Embry (@EmbryEthan) June 1, 2020
In the face of violent protests that mourn the death of #GeorgeFloyd— Billy Baldwin (@BillyBaldwin) June 1, 2020
No call for healing.
No call for unity.
Trump offers no open hand… only a clenched fist.
These protests are in support of #BlackLivesMatter but they are also clearly a referendum on the Trump presidency.
A real leader would go our and listen to the protestors. They are peaceful protest outside the WH. But Trump is a coward.— Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) June 1, 2020
Trump is politicizing the protests. ANTIFA? Give me a break. Those look like apolitical hooligans and smash-and-grab artists to me.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) June 1, 2020