America and the rest of the world are still reeling from Sunday night’s Town Hall Debate, which occurred only two days after Presidential nominee and professional Foot-In-Mouther Donald Trump was heard on tape in a sexist and misogynistic rant. Many are hoping the tape and Trump’s debate showing will act as the final nail in the coffin of the reality star’s presidential aspirations.
One person who definitely doesn’t have a pro-Trump sign on their lawn is Game Of Thrones actor Iwan Rheon. Tweeting this message yesterday, Rheon is careful to not use Trump’s name, likely trying to decrease the number of mentions the Republican nominee is getting on social media.
I've decided to be the opposite to that mad guy from the USA (the name escapes me). I'll respect women, embrace all races and pay my taxes.
— Iwan Rheon (@iwanrheon) October 10, 2016
Rheon joins a long list of celebrities who have publicly stated their stance against Trump, including Robert DeNiro, JK Rowling, Sarah Silverman, Leslie Jones, Stephen Colbert and many more.
Rheon is best known for playing one of the most evil characters in the history of television, the sadistic villain Ramsay Bolton on Game of Thrones.
So let’s ask ourselves, how bad do you have to be for Ramsay Bolton* to speak out against you?
To recap, Bolton castrated Theon Greyjoy for his own amusement.
Then he turned him into his personal slave, Reek.
He fed his stepmother and his infant brother to the dogs.
He repeatedly brutalized his wife, Sansa.
He killed his own father.
Then he killed Rickon in front of his brother, Jon Snow.
In conclusion, this guy knows bad. So, if he’s calling you out, you may need to reevaluate your life choices.
*We know he’s not really Ramsay Bolton.