If you ask Twitter, Tom Arnold’s latest tomfoolery isn’t funny in the least.
The controversial actor has long been an ardent critic of President Trump, even going so far as to launch a limited television program on the Vice network in a futile e quest to verify some of the more salacious allegations made in the well-debunked Steele Dossier.
Beyond this, Arnold’s social media presence has acted as a celebrity endorsement of the “resistance”, pushing liberal agitators in ever more frightening and violent directions. This week was no exception.
Leftwing Hollywood actor Tom Arnold on Friday expressed disappointment that the apartments of President Donald Trump’s eldest sons haven’t been broken into after the president tweets about the burglary of Rep. Elijah Cummings’ (D-MD) Baltimore home.take our poll - story continues below
“Don Jr’s NYC apartment has not been robbed yet! Eric Trump’s either! Really bad news!!” Tom Arnold, one of Hollywood’s most vocal anti-Trump critics, wrote on Twitter. His comment came in response to the president’s tweet earlier Friday about Cummings. “Really bad news! The Baltimore house of Elijah Cummings was robbed. Too bad!” the president wrote of the break-in that occurred hours before his pointed criticisms of Cummings and Baltimore, the Maryland Democrat’s longtime district. Over the weekend, President Trump slammed the House Oversight Committee chair as a “brutal bully” for his conduct towards U.S. border patrol and called Baltimore a “rodent infested mess.’
The overt call to arms was quickly rebuked via Twitter.
— Andrew Surabian (@Surabees) August 2, 2019
Bahaha, effing Tom Arnold. What a bouche dag. https://t.co/alrGwnvF3l
— Darlene Jarriel (@djf510) August 2, 2019
Ha ha Loser Tom trying be relevant. Still got those fake tapes?
— Ron White (@_RonWhite) August 2, 2019
Arnold’s tweets come on the heels of several instances of violence against supporters of the President, including an incident just hours ago at a rally for 2020 democratic presidential candidate Liz Warren.
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