Yet another person joins the list of celebrities who cannot stand Donald Trump. Everyone's favorite supernatural author, Stephen King, makes no secret of his dislike for the 45th American president. In fact, the well-known writer defames Trump's seemingly frivolous and distasteful existence almost daily. And as it turns out, King's Twitter fingers are just ast prolific as his body of literary work. When the wordsmith slams Trump's mindless gun control mandates or racist immigration policies, everyone on Twitter applauds.
Somehow, King manages to be both poignant and sassy; he gives the US president absolutely no quarter. One might imagine the author of such twisted masterpieces like It, The Shining, and Misery wouldn't be so knowledgeable about appropriate political practices, but King knows his stuff. Unlike some other celebs' ill-formed opinions, the author's perspectives on current events and injustices are actually relevant. Moreover, even if you choose not to follow Trump politics (for the sake of sanity and general life satisfaction), Stephen King's Twitter account will keep you informed.
You can relax a little knowing that you're not alone in confusion and discontent; King understands. His Twitter expresses everything about Trump's political career that you want to say but can't.
So Trump Can't Drive Or Lead The Free World?
Having Trump as president is like tapping the drunkest guy at the party to be the designated driver.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) March 5, 2018
This Is The Age Of Dumb
Welcome to the age of plunder, bluster, and empty rhetoric. In other words, to the Age of Dumb. If you voted for him, you're responsible.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) January 20, 2017
This Book Is A Classic
From the Book of Republicans: "Lo, we have many assholes running for President. Let us consider, and pick the biggest. And so it was done."— Stephen King (@StephenKing) August 11, 2016
The Nukes Are In Good Hands
Say, here's an idea! Let's turn America's nukes over to a bad-tempered asshole with no knowledge of foreign policy. What could go wrong?— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 23, 2016