Seven Times Hollywood Celebrities Wished Violence Against Trump in 2018 by J. Caruso

Seven Times Hollywood Celebrities Wished Violence Against Trump in 2018 by J. Caruso

Seven Times Hollywood Celebrities Wished Violence Against Trump in 2018

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Once again, several Hollywood celebrities spent the year fantasizing about violence against President Donald Trump, his family, members of his administration, and his supporters.

While down from the more than dozen celebrities who imagined violence against Trump in 2017, the Hollywood hate was still savage from the likes of Jim Carrey, John Legend, and Rosie O’Donnell.

Below is the worst of the worst.

3. Jim Carrey Draws Donald Trump Burning At the Stake

Actor Jim Carrey depicted President Trump being burned at the stake in a drawing posted to his social media page in August.

Carrey’s drawings frequently depict the president and other conservatives in degrading ways. The Ace Ventura actor recently drew Sarah Sanders and referred to her as a “gorgon” who will “turn your heart to stone.”

5. Rosie O’Donnell Jokes About Military Coup on Trump

Left-wing activist and actress Rosie O’Donnell fantasized about a military coup against President Trump in October, saying, “I want to send the military to the White House to get him.”

In the same interview, she confessed that Trump’s election made her literally sick and forced her to exile herself from public life for a year.

“I actually got physically sick that night,” she said of election night 2016. “I thought to myself, this cannot be happening. When he got the nomination, I thought I just have to wait until election day. And then he won. It took a good year to compose myself in public again. I took a year out of the spotlight.”


See Also

Ten Hollywood Has-Beens Who Spent 2018 Obsessed with Trump by M. Margolis

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