Silverman, a political science genius, tweeted to her nearly 10 million fans of toilet humor, using all capital letters, to "wake up & join the resistance."
She then added: "Once the military is w us fascists get overthrown. Mad king & his handlers go bye bye."
The anarchistic tweeting came amid violent riots that broke out at UC Berkeley when Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos had his First Amendment rights snatched from him and he had to leave in order to avoid violence directed at him.
Judd Apatow, a director known for "Knocked Up" and "Trainwreck" said in a tweet he soon after deleted: "This is just the beginning. When will all the fools who are still supporting Trump realize what is at stake?"
Filmmaker Lexi Alexander, who wouldn't actually get physically involved with what she wants others to do on her behalf tweeted in defense of the riot telling her minions to "punch Nazis," "riot when your college invites a Nazi," and "set it all on fire."
Sounds a lot like big Michael Moore.
Interestingly enough, all of these people live insulated, protected lives and never get their own hands dirty. Why should they when they can get naive socialists do be their loyal servants?
They still can't wrap their small minds around the idea that Trump, like him or not, is the President for the next 4 years. Calling for his overthrow is not merely unpatriotic, it's anarchistic.
Patriotism isn't believing your country can never be wrong--it's knowing it can and still loving it. If you think it's never wrong, then it isn't patriotism, it's blindness.
I don't know whether what these people are saying is considered to be grounds for legal action by the federal government--we still have freedom of speech, unless you're Milo Yiannopoulos or Ben Shapiro, or any conservative with a point of view that the left cannot debate against without countering it with violence or name-calling.
I don't agree with just about everything Yiannopoulos spouts, but he has the right to spout it.
The intolerance of our core beliefs by the left is palpable and simultaneously ironic and hypocritical.