Yet Another Actor Also Wishes To Make Barron Trump A Target For The Left


Tom Arnold, who used to be relevant when he was still married to Roseanne, has tweeted that he wishes to make Barron Trump a target at his school and he wants to see Melania so he can harass her too. This sounds a little creepy.

He sounds like he knows what he’s doing. But, who knows. My guess is that he has seen all the publicity Peter Fonda got for his obnoxious tweets and he decided to get into the act. He has to do something since he can no longer hold onto Roseanne’s skirt and has to try to make a go of it on his own.

From Media Research Center:

Actor Tom Arnold, Roseanne’s ex-husband, tweeted that he is going to harass the Trumps in several different locations to protest the President’s recent immigration policies.

In a tweet, Arnold says he plans to show up at Barron Trump’s school because he knows Melania will be there to drop him off. He wants to harass the First Lady and her son because that is definitely how we change policy, right?

But it wasn’t just one tweet. After people began alerting the Secret Service, he tweeted that he also was planning on showing up at Hooters because “Don Jr’s kids are already working at Hooters so we’ll protest there for lunch.”

“Way past sad & all in for these kids with @JuddApatow @FoxNews already hates me. On a plane to NY. Next is protesting Baron’s private school as well as James & Lachlan Murdoch’s kids. This is what I can do to end the abuse of these children. We’re going to make you uncomfortable”

And apparently this deleted tweet.

I hope the Secret Service is paying attention. Throw one of these loonies in jail for six months to a year and the rest will stop, I guarantee you.

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