Actor Calls For Republican Blood, Literally

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"David Cross" by Benjamin L. Turner is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Joe Biden tweeted on Saturday: “After a year of pain and loss, it’s time to unite, heal, and rebuild.”

Actor David Cross had a response for the former vice president: “F**k that. I want blood.”


It’s worth pointing out that Twitter is yet to censor the tweet. But of course, we all know that when a democrat says “I want blood,” they really mean, “I want a thorough investigation into the facts.” When a Republican says it, they mean it!

Cross responded to the resonances on his tweet with the following:

“I am loving the responses to this that are all, ‘come and try pussy soy lib hollywood girl woman’ as if these anonymous maga chuds & chudettes don’t practice the same exact feckless violent fantasy trolling,” he tweeted.


After the election, Democrats, and Liberals took the opportunity to threaten harsh punishment on trump supporters. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had the following to say.

“Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee a decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future,” she tweeted.

Other leftists in the lime light had the following to say:

“If you’re a Trumper I hope the pain and anxiety you feel now is excruciating. You voted against America and for a cult leader who has no redeeming or admirable qualities. He’s a cretin who cares nothing about this country and you don’t either. You deserve all the pain and more,” tweeted former MSNBC host Toure.


“You know, I think that Trump, um, tear-gassed peaceful protesters for a photo op. I think the Trump ripped children from their parents. I think that Trump called NFL players sons of bitches I think that—for exercising their First Amendment rights,” said “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin. “I think those people in his administration that not only drafted some of those policies but were complicit in some of those policies shouldn’t be forgotten.”

“Never forget all these enablers,” tweeted “Scrubs” star Zach Braff.

“#RememberWhoSaidNothing,” tweeted “Captain America” star Chris Evans.

The Daily Wire said that “Some prominent liberals and Democrats have denounced such talk as unnecessarily divisive and have even encouraged people to speak with Trump supporters.”


“I’m fascinated by playing devil’s advocate and want to understand the people I disagree with. I don’t want to dismiss and malign,” comedian Whitney Cummings told The Daily Beast.

“I think it’s very self-righteous or sanctimonious to just dismiss people we disagree with without trying to understand why they believe what they believe,” she added. “I don’t get it. I grew up in Washington, D.C., mostly, but also in Virginia and West Virginia, so I grew up seeing both sides, and people believing different things. Even though I don’t agree with somebody, I don’t think they’re dumb.”

“‘You complete me’ doesn’t mean because we’re exactly alike. It means because we are different. I don’t want to live in a country without the red states,” said comedian Bill Maher. “I like traveling there. When people talk to you in Oklahoma, they’re not scanning the room to see if there’s someone more important. Because, frankly, when I’m there, there never is.”