ctor Rob Reiner increased his assaults on President Donald Trump recently, using social media to urge the GOP “patriots” to stand firm to “end” what he called the “sickness” of his administration.
The 70-year-old LBJ movie producer — a constant critic of the president who already created a council to investigate conceivable Russian obstruction in the 2016 presidential race — blamed Trump on Twitter in evident reaction on a school shooting in Florida this week that left 17 individuals dead and 15 others harmed.
“How much longer do we have to put up with a mentally ill sociopath?” Reiner stated. “When the f*cked up psyche of the leader of the free world comes before the horrific deaths of innocent children, it’s time for GOP patriots to stand up and end this sickness.”
The Hollywood actor constantly blamed Trump on his Twitter account this week, both because of the Florida assault and to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutions of 13 Russian nationals for charged obstruction in the 2016 presidential race.
In a Friday post, Reiner seemed to blame the president for conspiracy after the prosecutions were reported.
“It is now crystal clear that Russia had a profound impact on the 2016 election,” he stated.“They have attacked US, they are continuing to attack US. If Trump is unwilling to acknowledge this and unwilling to protect US, the word TREASON is now center stage.”
Reiner additionally blamed Trump for refusing to act on firearms because of the influence from the NRA.
“There are 21,000,000 reasons why Donald Trump refuses to protect our children from being slaughtered by guns,” he said. “The NRA has deep pockets. But we will show them that our hearts and our pockets are deeper than theirs.”
Reiner talked at the anti-Trump Women’s March Los Angeles in January, where he blamed the president for“tearing away at the fabric of our democracy.”
This month, the movie producer alluded to Trump’s administration as “the last battle of the Civil War”while receiving a social equity award at the African American Film Critics Association Awards in Beverly Hills.