It seems that George Takei, the actor who portrayed Sulu in Star Trek: The Original Series, suffers from a terminal case of Trump Derangement Syndrome. On Thursday, he used Hurricane Irma to attack Ivanka Trump on Twitter and got slammed.
“Wrong to rename Hurricane Irma after Ivanka,” he wrote. “After all, Irma is a powerful fast moving storm while Ivanka is weak, powerless & ineffective.”
Wrong to rename Hurricane Irma after Ivanka.
After all, Irma is a powerful fast moving storm while Ivanka is weak, powerless & ineffective.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) September 7, 2017
“Don’t liberals tire of this?” Twitchy asked.
Is America headed for a recession?
Frankly, no, they don’t. As I first observed in February 2011, liberalism, at its core is an ideology of rage and hate. Sadly, that’s all they have, and they put it on display every single day.
Twitter users cleaned Takei’s clock.
That’s one way of putting it.
It's sad and pathetic to use an ongoing tragic disaster to make lame political snark.
— Lake Bum (@dustopian) September 7, 2017
Sad, but it’s all Takei and his ilk have left.
It’s sad if tweets like this make you happy, George.
— Brant Bridges (@thoughtleaker) September 7, 2017
Personally, I’m not convinced anything would make Takei happy.
What a sexist
— Baker sucks (@bkersucksatkart) September 7, 2017
Probably a bit racist as well…
And of course you have to make it political. Hope you're proud of turning a disaster which could kill people and destroy homes into a joke
— Michael Schmid (@MickEMT) September 7, 2017
Naturally, Takei’s insane supporters agreed. One, for example, hoped the hurricane would do damage to Trump’s “gold” courses.
I'm hope hurricane Jose makes it to the Mar-a-logo resort. No one injured in the making of this wish!! Just the gold courses ?
— Marie DiCamillo (@reerii24) September 7, 2017
One person tried to inject some reason and logic — something that’s practically impossible when dealing with those suffering from TDS.
— Lisa Jensen (@TallCoolLisa) September 7, 2017
Of course, nonsense like this is nothing new for Takei. In June, for example, he saw the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise as an example of the “universe” making a social justice statement.
“The universe doesn’t joke around. The officer who saved bigoted, homophobic Rep. Steve Scalise during baseball practice was a black lesbian,” he tweeted.
The universe doesn't joke around. The officer who saved bigoted, homophobic Rep. Steve Scalise during baseball practice was a black lesbian.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) June 17, 2017
In February, he suggested an insurrection to remove Trump from office.
“With attacks on immigrants, women and LGBTs, Trump has shown he must go. An American Spring is coming. Can we count on you to stand with us?” he said on Twitter.
With attacks on immigrants, women and LGBTs, Trump has shown he must go. An American Spring is coming. Can we count on you to stand with us?
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) February 23, 2017
Martina Navratilova (yes, the former tennis star), for example, agreed with Takei and said she’s “all in” for the insurrection:
yup:), I am all in as you know George:). Should we play some chess again?:):)
— Martina Navratilova (@Martina) February 23, 2017
As we observed, Takei and his fellow left-wing hatemongers have been pushing for a second, bloody civil war, martial law, an insurrection, a military coup d’etat and have even tried to bribe electors into supporting someone other than Trump. Others have called for Trump’s assassination and the death of those who voted for him.
It’s clear that what the left really wants is bloodshed, and they’ll do or say anything to make that happen. Even if it means putting “phasers” on “stupid.”
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