Come on Hollywood, do you have to ruin EVERYTHING for us?
Now you’re gonna tarnish Seinfeld?
Can’t we all just remember George Costanza (Jason Alexander) as being funny?
Do I really have to remember him now as an ignorant Trump hater?
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Well, I guess so because he just hit President Trump with a big attack on Twitter.
Here’s what started things off…..President Trump posted these two Tweets accurately pointing out that the Governors of each state are the primary line of defense for their States.
It is THEIR obligation to adequately anticipate and prepare for disasters within their State.
In fact, most have.
But New York and California?
Not so much.
Take a look:
So of course our President is right.
But Costanza didn't like that too much.
Here's what he Tweeted in reply:
If you can't read that, here's what it says:
This is the most despicable man to ever inhabit the Oval Office. Thousands will die needlessly for his arrogance and incompetence. And if this doesn’t prove it to you, nothing will. We must remove this horror from power asap.
Oh really George?
These people would beg to differ with you.
I love these responses from Americans who were not gonna let Jason Alexander attack their President like that:
Breitbart had more on the developing story:
Actor Jason Alexander lashed out at President Donald Trump, calling him the “most despicable president in history” and called for his removal from office as soon as possible.
Jason Alexander made the comments in response to remarks by Trump, who pointed out that hospitals and medical facilities should have had extra supplies in anticipation of a crisis such as the Chinese coronavirus.
The Seinfield star instead blamed the shortages on Trump, claiming that thousands of people will die as a result of his own incompetence.
“This is the most despicable man to ever inhabit the Oval Office,” he wrote. “Thousands will die needlessly for his arrogance and incompetence. And if this doesn’t prove it to you, nothing will. We must remove this horror from power asap.”
Alexander is one of Hollywood’s countless anti-Trump fanatics, falsely declaring him and various Republican lawmakers including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as belonging to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “assets.” He also accused them of having “little concern for law, integrity, the Constitution and America.”