Actor Jon Cryer Campaigns to Have Cruz and Hawley Expelled from Senate

LAS VEGAS, NV - APRIL 18: Actor Jon Cryer emcees the NAB Show's Television Luncheon at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino on April 18, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. NAB Show, the trade show of the National Association of Broadcasters and the world's largest electronic media show, runs …
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Actor Jon Cryer is pushing an effort, to urge Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)’s office to let her know that they want senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) expelled from the Senate.

“Hey fellow Californians,” tweeted Cryer. “Let’s call [Feinstein]’s office and let her know that [Cruz] and [Hawley] must be expelled from the Senate for supporting a lie about our elections and helping to incite a violent mob to attack our Capitol.”

The Two and a Half Men star was reacting to a tweet by Bloomberg reporter Erik Wasson, who noted that Senator Feinstein “doesn’t appear on board with punishing” senators Cruz and Hawley. Following the events on Capitol Hill earlier this month, Cryer also called for President Donald Trump to be arrested, claiming that the president “incited an insurrection.”

“Trump has not conceded. There is enormous danger until he concedes that he lost a free and fair election. Trump incited an insurrection and must be arrested and tried for it,” the Ass Backwards actor said at the time.

Cryer is not the only member of Hollywood pushing to see Republican senators expelled.

On Sunday, actors Alyssa Milano and Dave Bautista also pushed the effort to expel Cruz from the senate after he objected to certifying the electoral college votes in at least one state on January 6 — a move that left-wing activists say equates to inciting violence.

Hollywood elitists are also going after members of President Trump’s administration.

On Monday, actress Debra Messing pushed a blacklisting effort against current and former Trump White House officials, vowing to boycott the companies advertising on any TV show or network that gives a platform to outgoing White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

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