Rob Reiner completely unravels, says ‘Trump’s mental illness is killing people’

The actor lost all control...again.

Hollywood actor and director Rob Reiner’s deranged attacks on Donald Trump appear to be happening daily at this point, and they are escalating to increasingly crazed levels. Today, Reiner not only accused Trump of having a “mental illness,” he also accused him of “killing people.”

“Donald Trump’s mental illness is killing people,” Reiner tweeted.

Well, okay then!

Judging by his Twitter, if anyone is mentally ill here, it’s Reiner.

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Once one of the most respected entertainers in Hollywood, Reiner has effectively destroyed his reputation in the eyes of half of America with his insane attacks on Trump. Over the past four years, Reiner has shown that there is absolutely no limit to what he will accuse Trump of just to fuel his own radically liberal agenda. You might recall that it was just two days ago that Reiner accused Trump of being an accessory to murder.

“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,” Reiner wrote.

Reiner also accused Trump of murder last week, when he tweeted that the president was “causing people in NY to DIE.”

I don’t know about you, but those tweets don’t sound very mentally stable to me!

Our nation is currently dealing with a pandemic that has killed over 3,000 people, so now is not the time for Reiner to be throwing politically-fueled hate at the president. Instead, he should be using his platform to call for unity in this time of great crisis.

Unfortunately, Reiner and many other leftists are so full of hate that they can’t see a pathway through this pandemic that doesn’t involve attacking Trump and other Republicans: they would rather see our country fall to coronavirus than see Trump successfully stop the pandemic.

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