Billie Joe Armstrong, Queens of the Stone Age Denounce Donald Trump Over Executive Orders

ABC/Randy HolmesGreen Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and Queens of the Stone Age both posted strongly worded takedowns of Donald Trump this plast weekend in response to the president's executive order banning travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the U.S.

In an Instagram post, Armstrong wrote that he "feel[s] like I'm in a state of shock."

"The executive orders Trump is signing feels like a vendetta," he said. "Trump is not only taking out his revenge on the people who protested him, but also the average American that just didn't vote for him."

"These reckless decisions on healthcare, Muslim-Americans, immigration, environmental protection, freedom of speech, freedom of press, women's right to choose what to do with their bodies, suggesting sending in the feds to Chicago are signs of a man that is trying to redefine what it is that keeps our common union as Americans," Armstrong continued. "This is not just his 'conservative agenda.' It's an all out assault on our civil liberties. His intention is to divide us as Americans."

Meanwhile, Queens of the Stone Age posted a shorter, even more scathing commentary on Trump's actions. In an Instagram post, the band wrote, "This man is a shallow, inept, multi-bankrupt declaring, narcissistic, narrow minded, out of touch, objectifying, barf inducing, fascist, clown penis...who also happens to be re-stup-redicu-lame."

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