Threat? George Takei under fire after calling Trump a ‘menace’ that must be gotten rid of

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George Takei, one of those who promised an “American Spring” over a possible EO on religious freedom. Wikimedia Commons

Actor George Takei doesn’t like President Trump, and frequently attacks him on Twitter.  But his latest attack on the president seems to be a bit more threatening than some of his online rants.

“A citizen making claims without evidence is a nuisance. But if it’s the President, it becomes a menace. And we must be rid of menaces,” he wrote on Sunday.

So, according to Takei, Pres. Trump is a “menace” that must be gotten rid of.  Really?

Twitchy noted:

How exactly does he think we should be rid of them?

Whatever he MEANT here, it doesn’t come across in a good light, at all.

No, it doesn’t.  And it didn’t well with others.

Yes, it does sound threatening.





One person asked:

“It’s obvious the Left is far more interested in complaining, griping and making idle threats than they are in reality and unity,” Twitchy added.  “And they call themselves the party of peace?”

Keep in mind that Takei has also called for an “American Spring” to take Trump out of office…


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