This former Star Trek star forgot to check history before he made this ugly charge

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People in Hollywood are not only disconnected from the real world, but they also make their ignorance of history known when they post on social media.

They sometimes look smart when they have people scripting them, but when left to their own devices they can be complete idiots.

This former Star Trek star just took to social media to make a comment that was truly heinous and exposed his absolute ignorance of history.

George Takei claims Republicans will use a recent murder to justify internment camps

The brutal murder of Georgia college student Laken Riley is making headlines after her alleged killer was found to be an illegal alien who was supposed to be deported.

After those revelations were revealed, many people started sounding the alarm regarding the illegal alien crisis.

However, according to former Star Trek actor George Takei, Republican lawmakers will most likely use the murder as a way to justify creating internment camps for illegals.

Takei played the character Sulu on the Starship Enterprise, but today, he enjoys being a woke progressive and a loud-mouthed public figure.

It all started when House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) slammed the Biden administration for allowing millions of illegal aliens into the country.

His post noted that an illegal alien who entered the country under Biden was arrested for the murder of Laken Riley.

Takei decided to reply to Johnson’s post, writing, “I know your type of politician. Men like you smeared my community during World War II by preying upon people’s fears of others who don’t look like them. It led to the internment and 125,000 shattered lives. Never again.”

However, what Takei failed to mention was that it was really the Democrat administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt who oversaw the implementation of internment camps for Japanese Americans.

Nursing student Laken Riley was brutally murdered while she was out for a jog on the campus of the University of Georgia, and the alleged suspect is an illegal alien from Venezuela.

But he is just one of millions of illegal aliens that Biden and his administration have allowed to come into the country and travel freely while living on the taxpayers’ dime.

Takei’s comments are nothing new

Not surprisingly, the comments Takei made to Mike Johnson aren’t the first time the former actor has tried to compare something he doesn’t like with the Japanese-American internment during World War II.

The ex-star compared GOP opposition to transgender medical procedures for children to the Holocaust and the internment issue last year.

In a social media post from December, he suggested that Republican’s efforts to protect children from genital mutilation were due to “dark forces… that led to the horrors of the Holocaust in Europe.”

Takei also defended LGBTQ activists who exposed their genitals to children during a Seattle pride parade that took place in June 2023.

In 2020, Takei said that he hoped Republican Florida Senator Marco Rubio would suffer from an adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.