In an effort to bring down the president, Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin used the Nazi rhetoric against Trump, equating him to the nasty and violent dictator, Adolf Hitler. The actor also pointed a finger against the Republican senators for their “failure” to take action against the President.

In his Twitter post, Baldwin wrote, “You wonder how Hitler took control of a once-great country. For those of you too young to recall the War or its aftermath, simply watch how this GOP-controlled Senate behaves. Their sniveling fealty and lack of courage. And you begin to get it.”

Baldwin who had an asset of an estimated $65 million made an over-arching claim that Americans are simply motivated by money. He added that “Remember that fascistic thinking takes hold when a standard of living is threatened consistently. People think that things are changing, and downward for most Americans. And that this will become the new normal. They are wholly directed by $.”

Finally, Baldwin went on to claim that the government is “lawless.” Without any supporting facts, the actor announced that “It’s official. The United States government is as lawless as the malignant dictatorships we’ve hated in our foreign policy since WWII.”

Baldwin who often portrayed Donald Trump during his skits on “Saturday Night Live” had been vocal about his intense disdain against the president, writing off snide comments about the administration to his 1 million Twitter followers. Baldwin’s tweets came after the Republican party made great strides, especially with the celebration of Trump’s impeachment acquittal. In fact, back in January, the actor went on a Twitter tirade about the “moral collapse” of America and said that “the “desecration of [American democracy] and the near moral collapse of this country falls squarely in the lap of Trump’s supporters.” In a series of social media posts, Baldwin wrote “American democracy has always been a struggle between the misaligned protections of specific freedoms and a raging, at times intoxicating, 12 cylinder economy. It demanded vigilant/consistent regulation, compassion for the disenfranchised and…..”

Baldwin also blamed the 63 million Americans who had supported Trump as he continued, “the periodic display of a necessary sacrifice that allowed for the long term health of our society at the expense of short term whims. The desecration of those ideals and the near moral collapse of this country falls squarely in the lap of Trump’s supporters… as opposed”

The actor continued “…as opposed to Trump himself, who is merely what psychology labels the “objective negative function.” Like fire, floods, and earthquakes, it destroys and only destroys, by its very nature. Without prejudice.” Finally, he closed his lengthy statements by dragging a poetic line, “who bear the blame. For the undeniable and colossal destruction of everything that matters to us as Americans that cannot be merely monetized.”

The problem is that for someone who complains about the nation’s moral collapse, the actor also seemed to struggle with anger management issues after he pleaded guilty to harassment after assaulting a man over a parking spot.