Actor Tom Arnold has long been obsessed with President Donald Trump and trying to get him out of office.

Indeed, he’s part of the Democratic Coalition’s “Impeachment Task Force” comprised of celebrities who really hate Trump and think because of that they can somehow overrule the vote of the American people.

He even created a show, “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes,” searching for incriminating Trump tapes which of course never turned up anything.

But his obsession completely took him over the slide last night when he made a veiled reference to assassination in response to Trump.

The president held a rally in Dallas last night and tweeted out a picture of part of the massive crowd. There were 20,000 in the packed arena and thousands more in the overflow outside.

That tweet seemed to trigger Arnold. “Don’t get too cocky traitor. They showed up for JFK too,” he tweeted, clearly referencing the crowds in Dallas before President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.

As the Daily Caller observed, this kind of stuff isn’t a joke.

Just before Arnold’s tweet was posted, however, Dallas police officers averted a very real threat. According to a report from NBC’s Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate, a man carrying a variety of weapons was detained near the president’s rally before he could cause anyone harm.

“A man wearing a vest, helmet and a backpack near President Trump’s Dallas rally counter-protestors was just detained by Dallas police. Officers confiscated a gun, breathing mask, knee pads & some type of aerosol can,” NBC reported.

Did this clarify things for Arnold? Not really.

He’s still living in the TDS cult-crazy land where they’re going to force him out any minute now.

Apparently Twitter found his original tweet vile too, pulling it after finding it in violation of the rules when he was reported by multiple people.

And it wouldn’t be surprising if Arnold got a visit from the Secret Service.