Amber Heard is under fire for tweets she has posted today about ICE checkpoints in her neighborhood. Although it has since deleted the original tweet, users like ForAmerica have taken a screen grab and shared them on their page. She originally wrote, "I just heard that there is an ICE checkpoint in Hollywood, a few blocks from where I live, and that everyone is better off going home for their housekeepers, nannies and landscapers this evening …"
Along with ForAmerica, Twitter users quickly condemned the actress who is due to appear in the upcoming "Aquaman" with Jason Momoa and Nicole Kidman for their tweet
Heard subsequently released a series of tweets that related to Trump's zero-tolerance policy sentenced to immigration. She wrote: "Checkpoints on Your Streets … Is this the" great "America we aim for? Raids, fences, and police state checkpoints do not feel like the" land of the free "that our immigrant ancestors built. "
She continued: "Since this human rights crisis is so politicized, it is difficult to make a simple statement without it being used by the to distract from real problems. It's hard for anyone not to be negatively affected by this issue in any way.
But Twitter users were quick to judge Heard's statements, one of which even referred to Roseanne Barr's recent Twitter post that led to the cancellation of her newly launched series on ABC: "Did you accidentally take Ambien when you posted this tweet? Ask for a friend.
Over this past weekend, Heard had become like other celebrities Connie Britton, Joshua Jackson, Lena Dunham, Bella Thorne, Sia, Mira Sorvino, Rob Reiner and Constance Wu are protesting against family border demolitions, BuzzFeed said before the Tornillo detention center in Texas, where children are housed in tents. The protest was organized by Voto Latino.
Speaking to Buzzfeed, Heard said through tears, "I was literally and figuratively educated by and with immigrants in my home, my heart, and my life."
She added, "Trump's policy of instituting institutionalized traumas and human rights violations, at best, to drive a political agenda – at worst, out of apathy – and I can not support that."