Rosanna Arquette Accuses Trump Of Using Pandemic ‘As A Weapon Of Mass Destruction’

The Hollywood star Rosanna Arquette, best known for appearing in movies like Pulp Fiction, had a full-on meltdown this week as she accused President Donald Trump of using the coronavirus pandemic “as a weapon of mass destruction.”

“I wear a mask to protect others from possibly getting covid (if I’ve been exposed and don’t know it) even to protect people I don’t agree with on any level politically. covid is killing people and it’s being used by Trump as a weapon of mass destruction,” tweeted Arquette, who is just one of many Hollywood stars who spends much of her time nonsensically bashing Trump online.

Just one day before that, Arquette shammed millioned of conservative Americans by calling them Nazis.

“The Gop are Nazi gestapo they blindly follow their insane unhinged leader and commit crimes against humanity,” she tweeted.

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Arquette’s acting career has seemingly been floundering in recent years, and it appears that she’s been using much of the free time she has from not making movies to launch crazed attack after crazed attack on Trump and his supporters. Back in May, she was quick to blame American COVID-19 deaths solely on the Republican Party.

“The United States of America has more cases of corona virus then any country in the world. this all could have been avoided had we had a real leader who cared about the American people and not just profit. this will be the Gops legacy. the many deaths of innocent people. shame,” she tweeted.

Then there was the time last year when Arquette tweeted about how disgusted she feels that she was born white.

“I’m sorry I was born white and privileged,” she said in a tweet that has since been deleted. “It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.”

Afterwards, Arquette bizarrely claimed that the FBI had instructed her to make her Twitter account private.

“Yes, I’m locked to protect myself,” she said. “I was told by FBI to lock it up.

“There are toxic and very vicious people on social media,” Arquette added. “Threatening and cruel. I said yesterday the I am ashamed of the color of my skin. I am privileged just because I’m white. I feel shame. Because of all the violence that is happening in America and other racist countries.”

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