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“Westworld” actor Jeffrey Wright in a comparison to President Donald Trump, the notorious cult leader, Charles Manson was on a Thursday.

Be the first to tweet from Wright, and was sent a video of a Rep. Devin Nunes, speaking on the House floor, for the defense of the Home against their opponents’ ongoing push for impeachment. Nunes compared the Democrats and the media, to a cult of followers.

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“But they have no evidence and no argument in support of the impeachment. All they have is the unconditional cooperation of the media and their ridiculous story,” he said. “If it were a real case, they would not have to waste time spoon-feeding these ridiculous attacks that include libel and slander, both of the present and former staff of the intelligence committee.”

He goes on to say: “What we’re seeing among Democrats on the Intelligence Committee, it is down in the SCIF as a “sect”,” Nunes, is seen saying in a video as part of Wright’s tweet. “This is a group of people to have a loyal following of their leader, as he bounces from one bizarre conspiracy theory to the next. And the media’s cult of followers.”

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Wright is the second video that runs Nunes’ cheap comments on their head by showing from the Home and the Manson side-by-side that have the same facial expressions.

“Happy Halloween, I guess, man,” Wright, the caption of the tweet.

The actor, who will be The Wrap reports that it will play Commissioner Gordon in “Batman,” chimed in a more celebratory tone of earlier in the day, when he tweeted about it in the House to pass a resolution to set the ground rules for the impeachment inquiry into a President’s Trump card.

“I am, as of November 6, 2018, and I approve of this message.* Democracy, baby. Have a VOICE,” Wright, 53, tweeted.

The measure passed largely along party lines, 232-196. The two Democrats who defected on the vote.

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The first is the formal basis of voting in relation to the impeachment probe, announced last month, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has followed a furious debate in the chamber, where Republicans have accused Democrats of launching a de facto “military coup” against the president in a “pre-ordained” to pray in order to overturn the outcome of the 2016 election.

Fox News’ Eric Singman, contributed to this report.

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