Most outrageous celebrity election rants

The 2016 Presidential race has perhaps been one of most bizarre in America's history, and celebrities have been more vocal this election cycle than ever before. Many Hollywood celebrities have thrown their support behind Hillary Clinton, with some threatening to leave the country if Donald Trump is elected. Meanwhile, other celebs have campaigned for Trump and rallied against Clinton.

Here are some of the most outrageous, over-the-top and expletive-filled things stars have said about this election:

--In October, Rosie O’Donnell went wild on social media, calling Trump everything from a “demented human being” to a “stupid rich a--wipe.” She also said vulgar things about Trump and Vladimir Putin and called the GOP nominee a “sexual predator” and “abuser.” Trump and Rosie have publicly feuded for years, so her reaction to his candidacy comes as no surprise.

--Cher recently took things to another level when said she would “have to leave the planet” if Trump gets elected.

--Late-night host Samantha Bee went as far as to compare Trump to the likes of Bill Cosby and Roman Polanksi during a TV rant.

--Will Smith said the election was bringing him to tears. "For a man to be able to publicly refer to a woman as a fat pig, that makes me teary," he said in an interview.

--Robert DeNiro appeared in a viral video in which he said he wanted to "punch Donald Trump in the face." His inflamatory words got lots of attention.

--Jon Voight attacked his Hollywood peers and expressed his support for Donald Trump when he spoke with Neil Cavuto. In a passionate rant he slammed Clinton for Benghazi, saying, "Donald Trump has no blood on his hands as does Hillary."

--J.K. Rowling took to Twitter during one of the debates to call Trump a "a giant orange Twitter egg."

--Scott Baio had a harsh warning for Clinton voters in an impassioned Facebook video he shared in October. He warned Clinton voters that should she be elected, "You own the demise of the United States of America."

--This election caused a famous family feud. Stephen Baldwin slammed Alec Baldwin's "Saturday Night Live" Trump impressions, and Billy Baldwin attacked Stephen. Billy referenced the brothers' dead father writing, "If our father were alive today… he'd smack you in the side of the head for supporting Donald Trump." Stephen later tweeted that he wouldn't likely be having Thanksgiving with his brothers this year.