Hollywood Thinks Trump’s Facebook Ban Has to Do with ‘Rule Of Law’

May 5th, 2021 1:50 PM

Hollywood’s worst reacted to Facebook extending its ban of the 45th president for another six months, and they either gloated or complained Facebook hadn’t gone far enough. 

George Takei was the first celebrity to respond and of course he seemed generally pleased that his conservative bogeyman would be in the doghouse for the foreseeable future.

Takei tweeted, and then added a gleeful blurb about wishing he could see Trump’s face in reaction to the news:

Iron Man 2 actor Don Cheadle then served up the dumbest response to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) statement, which claimed, “Facebook is more interested in acting like a Democrat Super PAC than a platform for free speech and open debate.If they can ban President Trump, all conservative voices could be next.” Cheadle responded:

Mark Cheadle down as another celebrity clown with a kindergartner’s knowledge of civics.  

Sacha Baron Cohen, who spearheaded a campaign to get Trump off of social media, wasn’t 100% satisfied with FB’s decision. He tweeted:

Yeah FB, when will you remove all politicians who don’t subscribe to Cohen’s specific version of the truth?

And John Cusack tweeted out his typical racist, anti-conservative nastiness. In response to the news, he surmised:

Oh yeah, thanks for that stunning discourse, Cusack. 

Yup there you have it. Celebs support a third party corporate entity moderating the public square and deleting the speech they disagree with, and they expect us to believe they respect the “rule of law”? Yeah, leftist law.