Actor and comedian Billy Eichner had an absolute meltdown on Twitter on Tuesday. He not only attacked President Donald Trump and his family, but also the 74 million people who vote for Trump. He added, “the rest of us need to make sure this never happens again.”
“Fuck Trump, fuck his whole family, fuck anyone that chose to work with him and fuck every single Trump voter. The rest of us need to make sure this never happens again,” he said. “We’ve been warned. And guess what – I’m STILL with her you misogynist American dummies!!! Onwards.”
Fuck Trump, fuck his whole family, fuck anyone that chose to work with him and fuck every single Trump voter. The rest of us need to make sure this never happens again. We’ve been warned. And guess what - I’m STILL with her you misogynist American dummies!!! Onwards! 💙🇺🇸
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) January 19, 2021
Ah. A Hillary Clinton fan scorned. Sounds to me like he is still mad that the walking pantsuit with a body trail wasn’t elected as president in 2016.
The same day the comedian insulted the president, his family, and his supporters, actor Jon Cryer urged Californians to call Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)’s office to let her know that they want senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) expelled from the Senate.
In a similar move on Sunday, actors Alyssa Milano and Dave Bautista pushed the effort to expel Cruz from the senate after he objected to certifying the electoral college votes in at least one state on January 6 — a move that left-wing activists say equates to inciting violence.
Hollywood elitists are also going after members of President Trump’s administration.
On Monday, actress Debra Messing pushed a blacklisting effort against current and former Trump White House officials, vowing to boycott the companies advertising on any TV show or network that gives a platform to outgoing White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
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