Rob Reiner nonsensically claims Trump’s reelection platform is to ‘kill as many Americans as possible’

Reiner seems to think that these ridiculous meltdowns against Trump are accomplishing something toward hurting his chances of being reelected.

Rob Reiner was once known for being one of the most successful actors and directors in Hollywood.

These days, however, he’s become far more infamous for his daily deranged meltdowns against President Donald Trump.

On Friday morning, Reiner was up to his old tricks yet again when he launched one of his most bizarre attacks on Trump.

“Trump’s 2020 election platform: Kill as many Americans as possible,” Reiner tweeted.

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Reiner is clearly still trying to use coronavirus deaths to attack Trump, ignoring the fact that these fatalities have actually been on the decline in the United States over the past few weeks.

Blaming Trump for COVID-19 deaths has been a common theme for Reiner this week. In one tweet he accused Trump of “negligent homicide” while in another he said “a vote for Trump is a vote for death.”

Before Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma last weekend, Reiner outrageously claimed that the president doesn’t care about the health of those who would attend.

“Feeling Americans are devastated by the heartbreaking loss of life from the dual viruses of racism and corona,” he tweeted.

“Our President, a sociopath, doesn’t care. He’s even ok if his cult followers in Tulsa die. Nov. 3 can’t come soon enough.”

One of Reiner’s worst attacks on Trump came back in April, when he wrote, “This Mentally Unstable Incompetent Fool has been Lying to US for over 3 years. But now his lies are killing people.”

Perhaps Reiner’s most infamous attack on Trump of all came when he outrageously accused him of being an accessory to murder over COVID deaths.

“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,” he wrote in March.

Reiner seems to think that these ridiculous meltdowns against Trump are accomplishing something toward hurting his chances of being reelected, but this is not the case at all.

Instead, all Reiner is showing is just how hopelessly misguided and pompous he is.

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