Actor Michael Rapaport Sends Vile Response to Melania's Coronavirus Public Service Message

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First lady Melania Trump, greets other volunteers at the Red Cross in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, as she pitches in to assemble military comfort kits that are provided to members of the military as they prepare for deployment. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

 

First Lady Melania Trump sent out a public service announcement about the coronavirus to her Twitter followers last week. She said essentially that we’ll all get through this and it won’t be long until our children return to school, people go back to work, and we’re doing the things we enjoy once again. Just a pleasant one-minute message of hope and encouragement as we deal with this crisis.

Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport responded to her message with the following mean-spirited tweet, which has since been deleted.

Rapaport has sent equally nasty tweets to President Trump in the past including the tweet below from October 2017. Rapaport is angry that the President has set up a small ice skating rink on the White House grounds for his son and goes off on a rant about global warming.

This foul-mouthed bully also took a cheap shot at the Covington High School students last year.

According to Wikipedia, Rapaport, who is 50, has appeared in over sixty films since the early 1990s, and starred on the sitcom The War at Home. He also appeared in Boston Public, Friends, Prison Break, Justified, and Atypical.

This pig of a man should be thrown off Twitter. But he won’t be because he’s a liberal.