Conservatives on Twitter are expressing strong reactions after actor Rob Reiner praised President Biden as a "decent law abiding person" and criticized former President Donald Trump as a "pathologically lying criminal."
"The difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is: Joe Biden is a decent law abiding person, and Donald Trump is a pathologically lying criminal," Reiner tweeted on Sunday.
The difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is: Joe Biden is a decent law abiding person, and Donald Trump is a pathologically lying criminal.
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) January 15, 2023
The actor, who played Michael "Meathead" Stivic on the 1970s sitcom "All in the Family." Reiner has been vocal in his criticism of former President Donald Trump, and has publicly called him "mentally unstable" and accused him of "aiding and abetting the enemy" in a tweet from December 2018.
Rob Reiner, best known for his role as Michael "Meathead" Stivic on the popular 1970s sitcom "All in the Family," has a history of criticizing former President Donald Trump. He publicly called him "mentally unstable" and accused him of "aiding and abetting the enemy" in a tweet from December 2018, and during the 2020 election cycle, he equated a vote for Trump to a "vote for death." He also blamed Trump for COVID-19 deaths during the height of the pandemic among other criticisms.
Conservative commentator Mindy Robinson countered Reiner's tweet beautifully.
Yea? That’s why the FBI tried to keep Hunter’s laptop covered up for years until a concerned citizen exposed it? Because of all of Trump’s crimes selling political favors to foreign countries to the detriment of ours that was on it? 🧐
— Mindy Robinson 🇺🇸 (@iheartmindy) January 15, 2023
Arizona State Representative John Gillette, a Republican, shared an image that juxtaposed a picture of Rob Reiner from the 1970s with a more recent one, and captioned it with "Always a meathead."
Your statement proves what a communist you are! Let's say for the argument, your statement is true, presumption of innocence and due process for all is the rule of law. Try to read 4th and 15th Amendments. pic.twitter.com/GdUde4c2HH
— Rep. John Gillette AZ House LD30 (@AzRepGillette) January 15, 2023
It was open season on Reiner on Twitter with many calling him a "troll" or "irrelevant."
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