The Incredibles 2 actress Sophia Bush took to Twitter to call for President Donald Trump to be ousted from office in order to “stop the madness.”
Bush, who played Voyd in Incredibles 2, tweeted, “Trump is to blame. His incitement of hate is grounds enough for impeachment. Stop the madness. Oust the autocrat. Bring back the assault weapons ban. Prioritize the people. #EnoughIsEnough.”
Trump is to blame. His incitement of hate is grounds enough for impeachment. Stop the madness. Oust the autocrat. Bring back the assault weapons ban. Prioritize the people. #EnoughIsEnough https://t.co/Wz2RKVdRTD
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) August 11, 2019
Along with her own Tweet, Bush quote tweeted Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action and the self-proclaimed “worst nightmare” of the NRA. Watts tweeted out, “A 29-year-old white supremacist arrested in Boulder, Colorado, had recently tried to buy a gun, but was turned down because a background check determined he was a prohibited purchaser.
According to The Colorado Sun, police arrested 29-year-old Wesley Gilreath of Boulder, Colorado on “unrelated charges of possessing hundreds of child-porn images.” An unsealed federal search warrant revealed that the FBI had previously interviewed Gilreath in January after he posted a “hunting guide” listing the addresses of mosques and synagogues.
This isn’t the first time Sophia Bush has expressed her political beliefs. She recently indicated that she would no longer use the fitness chain SoulCycle after it was revealed that its parent company Equinox and its billionaire owner Stephen Ross held a fundraiser for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign.
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) August 7, 2019
Back in 2017, following the Los Vegas shooting the actress took to Instagram to push for greater “gun safety laws” and cited her experience as a gun owner saying in part, “I’ve been a sharp shooter since the age of 12, own my fair share of guns, & love nothing more than an afternoon at the range”
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