Actress Meryl Streep delivered another scathing speech criticizing President Trump at an event for the LGBT group Human Rights Campaign in New York on Saturday. She played the audience for sympathy by pulling out the victim card, telling the audience that she has become the most "berated" star of her time and claiming that she has been targeted and attacked by "brownshirts and bots" since her Golden Globes rant.

Streep compares Trump supporters to Nazis

During her speech on Saturday Streep riffed on Trump's quip about her being the most overrated actress of her generation by stating the she was the "most over-berated" actress of her generation, and added: "It's terrifying to put the target on your forehead and it sets you up for all sorts of attacks and armies of brownshirts and bots and worse."

Brownshirts was the slang term used to refer to members of the Sturmabteilung, an early Nazi militia group.

In other words, Streep appears to believe that anyone who didn't like her Golden Globes speech is a Nazi.

Streep wonders how humanity will survive

After patting herself on the back for the heroism she displayed by attacking the president and his supporters, and her commendable bravery in the face of the Sturmabteilung, she shifted her focus to fear-mongering. "If we live through this precarious moment — if his catastrophic instinct to retaliate doesn't lead us to nuclear winter — we will have much to thank this president for," lectured Streep, "Because he will have woken us up to how fragile freedom really is." Streep was at the New York gala on Saturday to accept the group's National Ally for Equality Award.

The Trump-bashing speech she delivered at the Golden Globes in January drew both praise and criticism from all over the world, with some claiming that the speech exemplified Hollywood elitism. The speech inspired British journalist and DailyMail editor Piers Morgan to pen a commentary titled, "Sorry, Meryl, but that hypocritical anti-Trump rant was easily the worst performance of your career."