GOP Is Party of ‘Traitors’: Hollywood Celebs Have Collective Twitter Meltdown
Leftists like Alyssa Milano, John Cusack, Stephen Colbert, and others continue to push the extreme rhetoric against Trump
Tinseltown’s left-leaning celebrities appear to be experiencing a breakdown of monumental proportions due to the Trump presidency this week.
The Twitter screeds these celebs are currently producing are about as “bad” as at any time during the president’s term in office.
The atmosphere has become so partisan that many leftist celebs feel it’s acceptable to label the president and other Republican politicians “traitors.”
The Constitution defines treason as the crime of giving aid and comfort to the enemy in wartime.
And it may be punishable by death.
Sounds a bit extreme, no?
Actress Debra Messing from the show “Will & Grace” made the incendiary claim that those in the GOP are traitors.
She also made the baseless accusation that the last presidential election was “hacked.” (No votes were changed.)
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) August 2, 2018
Alyssa Milano (shown above left, at the top of this article) called for mass protests if the Trump administration should force Mueller to bring his investigation to a close.
If they fire Mueller, we take to the streets. https://t.co/SQePUp94HC
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) August 1, 2018
Bette Midler accused Trump of spreading hate because he held a raucous political rally.
Who pays the bill for #Trump to wander around the country spreading his hate? Who pays for the Secret Service? Who pays for Air Force one? It must cost us taxpayers millions to have him go to those rallies just to massage his out-of-control ego!!!
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) August 3, 2018
Chelsea Handler railed against President Trump for saying people need IDs to buy groceries. (You do if you buy alcohol or if a clerk asks to verify a credit card.)
Trump claimed that Americans need photo ID to buy groceries. I guess that’s the kind of logic you develop when the only thing you’re used to buying is the silence of the women you had affairs with.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) August 1, 2018
Ashley Judd retweeted that one.
Meanwhile, late-night host Stephen Colbert continues ad nauseam, night after night, to say that Trump committed a “crime.”
I don't know why Donald Trump is surprised. When the cops want to talk to you, it's usually about a crime. https://t.co/BaW1GzpVlB
— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) August 3, 2018
John Cusack (shown above right, top of this article) accused the president of having “Nazi idols.”
As his Nazi idols taught him
‘a Jew is who I decide is one – ‘
Hell tell us what’s fake and what’s not – see – https://t.co/0kAEIWA5Vn
— John Cusack (@johncusack) August 2, 2018
Kathy Griffin thinks Trump’s White House press secretary wishes the U.S. were Russia.
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) August 2, 2018
“This is Us” producer Ken Olin believes we’re approaching the end of the Trump presidency.
At the end of his presidency Nixon wandered the halls of the White House in the middle of the night talking to the portraits of dead Presidents.
At the end of Trump’s presidency he’s tweeting in the middle of the night to a North Korean dictator.
That pretty much sums it up. https://t.co/jO1nCiInrI
— Ken Olin (@kenolin1) August 2, 2018
The longer Trump’s time in office lasts, the more it’s got to sting for these people that attempts to bring his presidency down have failed.
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