The last shots of the Civil War rang out in 1865, but director Rob Reiner believes the election of Donald Trump represents the final gasp in the war among the states.The ever hysterical Democrat party donor Rob Reiner in the grieving stage.
“The way I look at it, if you are trying to take an overview — the holistic approach — we are fighting the last big major battle of the Civil War,” Reiner said Monday evening at a D.C. screening of his new film, “LBJ.”
“There’s only been two times in the history of America where upon the election of a president, the people en masse took to the streets,” Reiner said. “One was Abraham Lincoln, and the other was Donald Trump. And for obviously, you know, 180-degree different reasons, but both based on race.”
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
The Hill reports:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 4:10 AM