Ellen Barkin: ‘Stalin Trump’ Caused More Deaths Than Vietnam War, Gets Blasted

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Hollywood actress turned leftwing activist Ellen Barkin is making wild accusations about President Donald Trump. The 66-year-old claims Trump is just like Joseph Stalin and has caused more deaths than “Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon,” a reference to U.S. presidents who presided over the Vietnam War. She also called Trump supporters “the most extreme right-wingers since the Nazis.” Well, that’s when poor Ellen got blasted for her ridiculous remarks. Don’t miss this.

Ellen Barkin, President Donald Trump (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

Actress Ellen Barkin is joining the growing chorus of Hollywood celebrities claiming that President Donald Trump is causing Americans to die, saying that the president is “responsible for more deaths than Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.”

Ellen Barkin’s accusation appeared to refer to U.S. deaths that have resulted from the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. The Animal Kingdom star posted the tweet on Wednesday in which she also compared President Trump to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.

“Trump is responsible for more deaths than Kennedy Johnson and Nixon,” the Ocean’s Thirteen star said. “He will go down in history as the Stalin of incompetence and greed.”

Ellen Barkin appeared to be referring to the Vietnam War by invoking Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon. More than 47,000 American service members were killed in battle during the Vietnam War, according to the U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs.

Barkin is the latest Hollywood star to pin American deaths on President Trump. Earlier this month, Barbra Streisand blamed the president for 20,000 U.S. deaths from the coronavirus. Other celebrities to make similar accusations include Rob Reiner, Mike Birbiglia, and Cher.

In recent months, Barkin has insulted Trump supporters, calling them “dumb” and the “most extreme right-wingers since the Nazis.”

Back in June 2019, Barkin tweeted: “If Trump’s base, the most extreme right-wingers since the Nazis, would just stop and look at the financial damage inflicted on them by the GOP, I believe they’d join the fight. The GOP is asking their base a question right now…would you rather hate or eat? What’s the answer?”

Poor Ellen didn’t know what hit her as Americans destroyed her on social media. 

Trump is dealing with more complexity that your mind can conceive. In part: avoiding collapse of the healthcare system; depression level unemployment; defense against enemies who would exploit chaos, preventing economic collapse as revenue tanks in business and government. @GOP,” tweeted “Pundit 16.” 

“And you don’t know what you are talking about. Just another Trump hater but you can pound sand because he will be president for four more years. Love schadenfreude,” tweeted William D. Kingsbury.

“On what day did all these Trump deaths start? What was the reason? Do you have some supporting evidence? What are the greed factors? What is the incompetence?” tweeted “BarDownSniper24.”

“Ellen is as nutty as her character on ‘Animal Kingdom’….. her son had enough and shot her,” tweeted Juanita Broaddrick, the Arkansas nurse who infamously accused Bill Clinton of rape.

“When will the so-called ‘fact-checkers’ debunk rich Entertainment Elites who have massive megaphones? Oh…that’s right, it’s only those icky conservatives who should be scrutinized and targeted,” tweeted “Angry Americans United.”

Barkin is known for her anti-Trump political rants. November 2018, the aging actress pleaded with 13-year-old Barron Trump to break the supposed “chain of hate” caused by his “blood-soaked father.”

“Dear barron, you are not responsible for what your father has done. you are not him. you are yourself, a brilliant young man w love-filled eyes,” she wrote at the time. “i see only you, not him. i have faith in u to break the chain of hate. i hold you in my heart. bless you beautiful boy.”

Barkin comes off totally unhinged believing she has some magical incite into Barron Trump and his life. One has to wonder how do these Hollywood types get it so wrong? The Trump Derangement Syndrome is strong with Ellen Barkin.

The 66-year-old actress also declared she only wished to be around “like-minded thinkers” after the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the confirmation of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“Dear scum of the earth, In case sum haven’t noticed, I am not looking to make any new friends right now,” she wrote at the time. “I don’t care what you think, not now. let me rest. leave me alone with like-minded thinkers until I can see again.”

Well, we have to blame the mainstream media.

These outrageous ideas about President Trump all start with the propaganda networks of CNN, MSNBC, and ABC. Add notorious newspapers like The New York Times and the Washington Post, who are caught routinely reporting fake news, and you get an aging actress like Ellen Barkin sounding completely deranged.

In this era of “wokeness,” the real deal would be these celebrities suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome to literally “wake-up” and find the truth. We all know President Trump isn’t anywhere near the despot these Hollywood types make him out to be. Can you imagine how “woke” they would be if they really got the truth?

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.