‘Trump is the devil’: Investment firm CEO threatens Trump supporters, calls for blocking Trump’s motorcade

Over the weekend, Ross Gerber, CEO of the Santa Monica-based Gerber Kawasaki Wealth and Investment Management, issued a series of tweets illustrating just how insane the left has become over President Trump.  In one tweet, now deleted, Gerber threatened the president’s supporters, and called on supporters to block Trump’s motorcade as he visits southern California later this week.

“If you are hosting or attending the Trump fundraiser in LA we will identify who you are to the media and public. We will boycott your business’. We will do everything to fight you destroying our state. Trump is the devil. RT ,” he said in a tweet that has since been deleted.  Although the tweet was deleted, it was captured for posterity:


But he wasn’t finished.

“Trump will be in San Diego working on his wall and west LA getting money from scumbags. We will find out who is doing the fundraiser and we will be there. I bet Tom Barrack and his fraud company Colony are hosting. I’ll find out where he lives. Come join me,” he said in another tweet.


“Gerber got quite a bit of blowback after he posted the threat to Twitter,” said a post at 100 Percent Fed Up.



But there’s even more.  On Sunday, he sent another tweet asking for help to block the president’s motorcade in the streets.

Alright LA friends. It has come to my attention that Trump is coming to our hood this week. He will be in West LA Tuesday or Wednesday night for a fundraiser. We have to give him the welcome he deserves. Let’s shut down the streets. We must PROTEST! ,” he tweeted.


He added:  “Please help me identify where he is so we can do everything legally possible to show him what we think. Trump in NOT welcome in California. We need to get everyone out on the streets and stop his motorcade. Please help RT. Peaceful civil disobedience. I will be there.”


Quite a few reached out to the Secret Service, 100 Percent Fed Up said in another post.


Others took Gerber to task:




100 Percent Fed Up added:

According to the Gerber Kawasaki website, Gerber is a frequent guest on several networks, where he shares his “financial expertise” with the viewers. Only one month ago, Gerber appeared on Fox Business News to talk about how he took advantage of the short plunge in Trump’s bullish stock-market. Gerber gushed to the Fox Business host that “This [Trump’s] economy is phenomenal” and then doubled down on Trump’s successes by saying how much the tax cuts have helped the economy and the markets, telling the Fox host, “We are very bullish” about this market!”

How can you have such visceral hate for our President, yet appear on TV talking about what an amazing job he’s done with the economy that is responsible for the success of your business and the strength of your customer’s portfolios?

This, by the way, is the modern left.  You may recall that after Trump’s electoral victory, another CEO actually threatened to murder the president and a series of GoFundMe pages were set up with the goal of funding Trump’s assassination.


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