Taking to his Twitter account, the 73-year-old actor and director once again surmised that Trump’s plan to kill Americans boils down to his final rallies and alleged ignorance of coronavirus safety protocols.
“Trump’s closing strategy: Blanket the country with super spreader rallies and kill as many Americans as possible,” Reiner claimed on the social media platform.
Reiner’s tweet was met with similar criticism from his followers, who questioned how and why there are Trump supporters left in the country.
Ore dopo, following the Los Angeles Dodgers’ World Series win, Reiner changed his tune to a bit of an empowering one for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
“My Lakers won the NBA title. My Dodgers won the World Series. Now a Biden landslide will begin to salvage 2020,” Egli ha detto.
tuttavia, Tuesday is far from the first time Reiner has accused the president of being responsible for the deaths of Americans in 2020. A settembre, the filmmaker quoted an infamous line from the president delivered during his 2016 campaign in which he claimed he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose a single vote.
“Donald Trump has essentially shot and killed 100s of thousands Americans on 5th Ave, continues to do it every day, and he’s right, his cult doesn’t care. But the rest of US do. Nel 42 days we will arrest the killer," Reiner wrote.
He also used Trump’s past downplays of the coronavirus pandemic to mock him when he tested positive for the novel coronavirus all'inizio di questo mese, scrivendo su Twitter, “That damn hoax.”
In another rebuke made in June, Reiner called a vote for Trump “a vote for death.”
Il “This is Spinal Tap” director most recently called out Trump’s Supreme Court justice nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, who was confirmed on Monday with a 52-48 Voto del Senato.
He spoke to Barrett’s attendance of a campaign event for Trump after being sworn in.
“Subito dopo aver prestato giuramento, la nostra ultima giustizia della Corte Suprema partecipa a un evento di campagna per un disgraziato e disperato sociopatico. La corruzione è spudorata,” Reiner penned on Twitter.
Reiner’s comments over Barrett’s confirmation were in line with a majority of other left-leaning Hollywood stars who’ve declared their oppositions to Barrett since the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.