Legendary Hollywood director Rob Reiner lashed out at Democrats over the weekend, calling them “ineffectual” and complaining that they seem to not have what it takes to impeach President Trump. As Breitbart reports:
Hollywood filmmaker and left-wing activist Rob Reiner melted down on Saturday, fearing that “ineffectual” Democrats in Congress won’t ever pull the trigger on impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
“We’re up to 78 House members calling for an Impeachment inquiry. At this rate the most lawless President in US history may never be held accountable for his crimes,” Reiner wrote on Twitter. “I gave up on the GOP cult long ago. Hate to say it but I’m starting to feel that way about the ineffectual Dems.”
Reiner, one of Tinseltown’s most outspoken Trump critics, has repeatedly called for the president’s removal, citing special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on now-debunked Russia collusion and alleged illicit business activities years before entering politics. Reiner’s latest tirade follows the release of a star-studded NowThis video, directed by the All in the Family star, in which Robert De Niro, Martin Sheen, and Sophia Bush call on Americans to read the Mueller report and for President Trump and administration officials to testify before Congress on the special counsel’s findings.
Earlier this year, NowThis released a Reiner-directed video featuring De Niro and over 1,000 former federal prosecutors alleging the Mueller report lays out “clear evidence” that the president “committed felony obstruction of justice.”
We’re up to 78 House members calling for an Impeachment inquiry. At this rate the most lawless President in US history may never be held accountable for his crimes. I gave up on the GOP cult long ago. Hate to say it but I’m starting to feel that way about the ineffectual Dems.
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) June 22, 2019
Reiner isn’t wrong to doubt the ability of the Democrat congress to impeach President Trump of course. As there simply is no legal way they could ever justify such an act.