Top Hollywood names: Impeach Trump again to ‘save lives’

By WND Staff

President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks during a coronavirus (COVID-19) update briefing Monday, March 30, 2020, in the Rose Garden at the White House. (Official White House photo by Tia Dufour)

Democrats and their progressive allies spent years trying to remove President Trump from office and failed.

No Republicans supported the articles of impeachment, and the Senate acquitted the president.

But they haven’t quit, as Fox News reports, with actor John Cusack now calling for impeachment in order to “save lives” amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Fox News explained the 53-year-old outspoken actor often uses Twitter to criticize Trump and support Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign.

On Tuesday, Cusack called for worker strikes and for the invoking of the 25th Amendment to immediately sideline Trump and then the impeachment process to remove him from office.

The star of “The Sure Thing” and “Serendipity” wrote: “We need strikes / and we need to remove trump from power to save lives Impeach him again / Pressure for 25th.”

Hollywood director Rob Reiner made the same call a week ago.

“We will get through this. But unfortunately not with the help of this President. First he must be removed from the public square to let competent experts take over, then he must be removed from office to allow US to heal,” he wrote.

“They’re gonna do it. They’re gonna impeach him again,” radio host Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday.

The Daily Caller reported that while actor Alex Baldwin didn’t use the word “impeach,” he made it clear he’s done with President Trump.

He suggested, using his foundation’s Twitter account, that the president is the real “virus.”

“The virus in the US began in January of 2017,” he wrote. “The vaccine arrives in November.”

The tweet was signed HABFoundation, the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation, which is “supporting the arts + artists, amateur + professional.”

Breitbart News reported Cusack also demanded Trump’s ouster in a series of tweets last May.

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