Vile and Godless celebrities and political leaders took to social media in the hours after news of President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis to let their feelings about him be known.
They want him to die.
Giving credit where credit is due, many of President Donald Trump’s fiercest critics, including Joe Biden, immediately took the high road in the wake of the bombshell revelation that the president and first lady tested positive for Coronavirus.
But, not unexpectedly, many more on the radical left — including former Obama era officials and a number of Hollywood elites who suddenly became medical experts overnight — have already used the unfortunate health news as a method to mock, tease and wish death not only on the president and first lady, but also the president’s base of supporters.
Zara Rahim, a former Obama administration official who also worked on Clinton’s presidential campaign, appeared to reference the president’s diagnosis on Twitter, writing: “It’s been against my moral identity to tweet this for the past four years, but, I hope he ✨ dies ✨”
Hollywood elite director Judd Apatow didn’t give a rip about the president’s health, but instead revealed his curiosity as to how far comedians will go in poking fun at the president’s condition.
Screenwriter Randi Mayem Singer took a bizarre approach to the news, seemingly being concerned more about the possibility that the president could have transmitted the virus to Biden during Tuesday night’s debate.
“If that vile, science-denying, mask-discouraging, crowd-encouraging SOB put Joe Biden or his family at risk I may lose my mind. You?” Singer wrote.
Hollywood liberal writer Alex Blagg didn’t hold anything back, wishing death upon both the president and his top adviser, Hope Hicks.
Actor Rob Reiner, another Hollywood elite with a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, tweeted, “That damn hoax,” a reference to what a fringe group of Trump supporters believe about Coronavirus.
Danielle Muscato, an activist for the Black Lives Matter movement — a group partly responsible for the destruction of a number of U.S. cities over summer — made clear that she was smitten about the news, saying she wished the president would “burn in hell.”
“I’m not one to laugh at other people’s suffering, but….HAHAHAHAHAHAHA Burn in hell you mother fu**er, Muscato tweeted.
Another Tinseltown heavyweight, Mark Hamill, suggested to his followers that perhaps Trump supporters will now take the virus threat more seriously, suggesting that they might be more open to wearing masks, social distancing and other measures, but then added a hashtag that read, “but I also believe in the tooth fairy.”