Terminator 2 Robert Patrick blasts 'angry mobs', defends businesses

Over the past few days, the liberal elites of Hollywood have thrown themselves firmly behind those who have been protesting the death of George Floyd, even when these protests have turned violent. That’s why it came as a welcome surprise when Terminator 2 star Robert Patrick took a stand for the businesses that he says are being destroyed by “angry mobs.”

Robert Patrick Blasts Rioting And Looting 

Patrick took to Twitter on Sunday to express his outrage over the death of Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota last week.

However, the Hollywood star also made sure to add that Floyd’s death should not be used as an excuse to launch violent riots and looting all over America.

“Prayers for America this morning. George Floyd’s murder is a horrible tragedy committed by a bad cop,” Patrick tweeted. “His death is not honoured by this rioting and looting. We must come together as a nation. In the words of the late Rodney King ‘Can’t we all just get along?'”

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Robert Patrick Doubles Down Against “Angry Mobs”

Patrick later went on to specifically call out the people who are taking this opportunity to violently riot and pillage. 

“As a business owner my sympathy is not with rioters, but the innocent people who have invested their life’s earnings into their businesss [sic] only to see them destroyed by angry mobs!” he wrote.

These agitators are not protesters. They seek anarchy not justice. And they are no friend to the cause.

He Hit The Nail On The Head

It’s unfortunate that Hollywood has become so radically far left that Patrick’s comments are actually seen as controversial.

The “hip” thing to do in Hollywood seems to be donating to bail out those who have been arrested for violently rioting, rather than trying to figure out how America can come back together again. 

We can all agree that what happened to George Floyd was wrong and tragic. But Robert Patrick is right that his death is not an excuse to damage and destroy our cities or the livelihoods of innocents.

As Americans, we need to show that we are better than this. It’s time to focus on what we have in common, rather than what divides us. 

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