Actor Alec Baldwin took to social media to bash Trump and his supporters once again. Baldwin tweeted to Trump supporters that “he is a disease that is killing this county [sic] and must be eradicated.”

Baldwin tweeted on Thursday morning, “If u voted for Trump, put ur faith in him bc u thought he was a decisive, plain-speaking, self-made business “leader”, now u, perhaps, realize none of that is true. He is a disease that is killing this county and must be eradicated. Get rid of him. And good things will follow.”

Baldwin often shows his unhealthy fixation for Trump on social media. Last August, the 61-year-old actor claimed Trump supporters “swallowed the poison pills of racist hatred, election fraud.”

Like most Trump haters, the former 30-Rock actor is just plain miserable and full of misplaced anger.

Let’s take a look at Baldwin’s past that is filled with shameful moments that prove he has anger issues as well as an inflated sense of self importance.

Last November, Baldwin made headlines when he was taken into policy custody after allegedly punching a 49-year-old man over a parking space in front of Baldwin’s apartment in Manhattan. The altercation left the man with a jaw injury. Baldwin pled guilty to harassment charges in January and was ordered to take a one day anger management class.

The hot-headed actor was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in 2014 after he became unhinged when a police officer stopped him from riding his bike in the wrong direction. He tweeted about it.

In 2013, short-tempered Baldwin had a talk show lined up on MSNBC, but it was suspended because Baldwin got into an altercation with a paparazzi photographer and used a gay slur.

In 2012, a photographer accused Baldwin of becoming aggressive with him on a street in New York City.

In 2011, Baldwin was removed from an American Airlines flight after he refused to stop playing “Words With Friends” on his cell phone because rules don’t apply to him. He tweeted about it and of course, did not accept any responsiblity for his actions.

In 2007, Baldwin made headlines again when he went on an embarrassing tirade calling his 11-year-old daughter Ireland a “rude, thoughtless, little pig” for not answering his phone call.


In 1995, Baldwin allegedly hit a photographer in Los Angeles.

Other people have come forward with claims about being harassed by the actor.

We hope Baldwin will finally realize that his anger is all about himself and has nothing to do with Trump being president. Maybe Baldwin should consider taking some of his wife’s yoga classes to find some inner peace because a one day anger management class is not going to fix his problems.