Constance Wu, Mark Zuckerberg, Kall Penn, Ricky Gervais, Maggie Gyellenhaal and have spoken up against the POTUS

Geroge Takei has joint a number of celebrities who have expressed their opposition to President Trump’s ban on Muslim immigration.

The 79-year-old Star Trek veteran is known for sharing his sharp opinions on Twitter. In his most recent Tweets, Takei has slammed President Trump and his ban on Muslim immigration.

“The 9/11 attackers were from Saudi Arabia, Egypt & UAE–not the 7 nations in the immigration ban,” Takei writes, “These all do have Trump properties though.”

In another Tweet, Takei writes, The GOP leadership has cravenly capitulated to Trump’s immigration ban. We look to our brave federal judiciary to check his madness. #Resist. Another Tweet by the Japanese-American actor reads, “If the White House disobeys the federal court orders, we must be prepared to take to the streets to preserve our democracy.”

Takei also shared an image that shows the rights of immigrants and refugees from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya Somalia, Sudan and Yemen, urging people to share the image around.
“Let’s not forget: Steve Jobs was the son of a Syrian migrant. #NoBan” Takei writes in another Tweet.

To top it all off, Takei slammed the US President for screening Disney’s Finding Dory whilst protests are held around the world. “As Muslim Ban protests erupt nationwide and outside White House, Trump holds private screening of “Finding Dory.” Not joking.”

Takei joins a long list of celebrities who have voiced their objection to Trump’s strong immigration policy. Under the ban, all refugees and travellers who have nationality or dual nationality of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen are not permitted to enter the US for 90 days, or be issued an immigrant or non-immigrant visa.

Constance Wu, Mark Zuckerberg, Kall Penn, Ricky Gervais and Maggie Gyellenhaal are amongst the other celebrities who are denouncing this policy.