Hollywood Moonbat Rob Reiner Calls Trump Presidency ‘Last Battle Of The Civil War’

Far left actor and filmmaker Rob Reiner has been in meltdown mode since the 2016 election. Like many of his celebrity friends, he simply can’t accept the fact that Trump won. Now he’s making ridiculous claims about Trump and the Civil War.

Breitbart reported:

Rob Reiner: Trump Presidency the ‘Last Battle of the Civil War’

Rob Reiner continued his steady criticism of President Donald Trump at the African-American Film Critics Association awards Wednesday night, characterizing his presidency as the “last battle of the Civil War.”

The actor and filmmaker — one of the most outspoken celebrity critics of the Trump administration — was on hand at the Taglyan Complex in Hollywood Wednesday night to receive the Stanley Kramer Award for Social Justice.

“(Donald Trump) gets into office and there are good people on both sides in Charlottesville and there are people coming from sh*thole countries and it goes on and on, and you see the people he hires that are in his administration and we see that this has now become the last battle of the Civil War,” Reiner said while accepting his award, according to Variety.

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“I’ve taken a very strong stance not only against him, but on his lack of response to the Russian invasion of our democracy,” he added. “The Russian trolls and the bots, they are not happy with me.”

Perhaps Reiner should spend some time in therapy or in a quiet home. He clearly needs some time out.


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