The Big Bang Theory’s Johnny Galecki slams ‘extremely dangerous’ and ‘pathetic’ Donald Trump in explosive attack – The Sun

THE Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki has taken aim at Donald Trump in an explosive open letter.

The actor wrote the rant and slammed the US president's ‘dangerous threats’ and ‘impotent bullying’ in the midst of the protests for George Floyd.

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Donald Trump showing off one of the rare moments he’s held a Bible. Mr. Trump, you can not mobilize the American military against the American people. Not legally and certainly not morally. Such requires permission from each state. You do not know the Constitution. You do not know the law. You do not know your job. OUR (not your) mighty and courageous soldiers, profoundly saluted and embraced by us civilians, will always be outnumbered by our population. Hence our Second Amendment. This is not a monarchy, Mr. Trump. This is the Land of the People. You can not “dominate” us. You can only serve as the civil servant you were elected. We need understanding. And compassion. And trusted leadership. Not your irresponsible and thoughtless, extremely dangerous threats and your pathetic and impotent bullying. I’ve hesitated sharing these feelings of outrage because all our current fires do not need to be stoked further and all I pray for is peace and harmony and voices for us ALL. But I’m sincerely convinced at this point that this unstable person will not be satisfied until he creates another civil war. Please lay down your guns and your tear gas cans. Your true duties are found in your heart and your orders are found in your conscience. Please lay down your rocks and Molotov cocktails. Please do not destroy the already struggling businesses of your neighbors. They are not who you are angry with. Please do not burn down your own communities. If your intent is to protest peacefully then photograph and report those who are inciting the violence and who are tarnishing your motives, lessening the validity of your voices and attempting to rob you of your rights and responsibilities to dissent. We can do this. We are the Land of the People. Let’s teach Mr. Trump this in November. And collectively have the complex and layered conversations needed, both on a national scale and one-on-one with a person of a different color skin than yours so that we can begin true understanding of one another and so that we can work towards this never happening again. I believe we are capable. I believe in the people of this country. Be safe. Stay healthy. Much love. Heartbrokenly, JMG

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Donald Trump showing off one of the rare moments he’s held a Bible. Mr. Trump, you can not mobilize the American military against the American people. Not legally and certainly not morally. Such requires permission from each state. You do not know the Constitution. You do not know the law. You do not know your job. OUR (not your) mighty and courageous soldiers, profoundly saluted and embraced by us civilians, will always be outnumbered by our population. Hence our Second Amendment. This is not a monarchy, Mr. Trump. This is the Land of the People. You can not “dominate” us. You can only serve as the civil servant you were elected. We need understanding. And compassion. And trusted leadership. Not your irresponsible and thoughtless, extremely dangerous threats and your pathetic and impotent bullying. I’ve hesitated sharing these feelings of outrage because all our current fires do not need to be stoked further and all I pray for is peace and harmony and voices for us ALL. But I’m sincerely convinced at this point that this unstable person will not be satisfied until he creates another civil war.Please lay down your guns and your tear gas cans. Your true duties are found in your heart and your orders are found in your conscience. Please lay down your rocks and Molotov cocktails. Please do not destroy the already struggling businesses of your neighbors. They are not who you are angry with. Please do not burn down your own communities. If your intent is to protest peacefully then photograph and report those who are inciting the violence and who are tarnishing your motives, lessening the validity of your voices and attempting to rob you of your rights and responsibilities to dissent. We can do this. We are the Land of the People. Let’s teach Mr. Trump this in November. And collectively have the complex and layered conversations needed, both on a national scale and one-on-one with a person of a different color skin than yours so that we can begin true understanding of one another and so that we can work towards this never happening again. I believe we are capable. I believe in the people of this country. Be safe. Stay healthy. Much love.Heartbrokenly, JMG

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The world continues to come together and fight against racial injustice against black people following the killing George Floyd in Minneapolis last week.

Johnny posted the wild attack on Instagram soon after the president was photographed holding the Bible near where people had been protesting in Washington DC.

He wrote: "Donald Trump showing off one of the rare moments he’s held a Bible. Mr. Trump, you can not mobilize the American military against the American people. Not legally and certainly not morally."

The 45-year-old continued to attack Trump for "dominating" the people and the he doesn't know the "constitution."

His rant continued: "Such requires permission from each state. You do not know the Constitution. You do not know the law. You do not know your job. OUR (not your) mighty and courageous soldiers, profoundly saluted and embraced by us civilians, will always be outnumbered by our population."

‘Hence our Second Amendment. This is not a monarchy, Mr. Trump. This is the Land of the People. You can not “dominate” us. You can only serve as the civil servant you were elected. We need understanding. And compassion. And trusted leadership. Not your irresponsible and thoughtless, extremely dangerous threats and your pathetic and impotent bullying. (sic)."

The former Friends star said he was hesitant to post his heartfelt message and claimed Trump will not settle until he begins a civil war.

Johnny also called for police to put down their guns and stop the use of tear gas on protesters, adding: "I’ve hesitated sharing these feelings of outrage because all our current fires do not need to be stoked further and all I pray for is peace and harmony and voices for us ALL. But I’m sincerely convinced at this point that this unstable person will not be satisfied until he creates another civil war.

"Please lay down your guns and your tear gas cans. Your true duties are found in your heart and your orders are found in your conscience. Please lay down your rocks and Molotov cocktails. Please do not destroy the already struggling businesses of your neighbors. They are not who you are angry with."

On the other side however, he asked the protesters to not burn down their own towns and cities and report those who are instigating violence.

He ended his letter with a plea for everyone to come together and push towards achieving equality.

He concluded: "We can do this. We are the Land of the People. Let’s teach Mr. Trump this in November.

"And collectively have the complex and layered conversations needed, both on a national scale and one-on-one with a person of a different color skin than yours so that we can begin true understanding of one another and so that we can work towards this never happening again.

"I believe we are capable. I believe in the people of this country. Be safe. Stay healthy. Much love. Heartbrokenly, JMG. (sic)".

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