In yet another inciting tweet from left-wing celebrities, far-left actor Alec Baldwin chose civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to describe a “dream” he had which included a noose hanging outside of a courthouse during President Donald Trump’s “sedition” trial.
Inciting his radical Twitter following, the progressive activist and Saturday Night Live and Boss Baby star took to Twitter on Friday to share his vision which included the president undergoing trial for sedition while a noose — made of recycled protective masks — hangs from a makeshift scaffold.
The tweet — posted from Baldwin on King’s birthday — may have been a reference to the famous “I have a dream” speech delivered by King in 1963 in which he called for an end to racism in America.
I had a dream Trump was on trial for sedition.
And outside the courthouse, a noose was hung from a makeshift scaffold.
The noose was made of recycled Covid masks.
— AlecBaldwin(HABF) (@AlecBaldwin) January 16, 2021
“I had a dream Trump was on trial for sedition,” Baldwin tweeted from his Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation account, which has over 1 million followers. “And outside the courthouse, a noose was hung from a makeshift scaffold. The noose was made of recycled Covid masks.”
The dark message successfully inflamed followers.
“That’s a beautiful dream,” replied one Twitter user.
“That’s all of our dream,” replied another.
“Sometimes dreams come true,” replied yet another.
But not everyone found Baldwin’s “dream” amusing.
“If this is what you dream of, you need help!” wrote one Twitter user.
“You are sick,” wrote another.
Some wondered just how such rhetoric was tolerated.
“How has this insane man not been reported to the FBI and Secret Service??” asked Brooklyn-born attorney Manny Alicandro, a candidate for New York public advocate last year.
How has this insane man not been reported to the FBI and Secret Service??
— Manny Alicandro (@Manny_Alicandro) January 16, 2021
“@FBI so this is allowed..” wrote another.
Though social media platforms have been cracking down on speech deemed “inciting”, that has not stopped rhetoric such as Baldwin’s. The double-standard continues…