Robert De Niro Believes That If Elected, Donald Trump Would Install Himself As Dictator: "His Slogan Should Be 'F—k America, I Want To F—k America'"

Robert De Niro Believes That If Elected, Donald Trump Would Install Himself As Dictator: “His Slogan Should Be 'F—k America, I Want To F—k America'”

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Robert De Niro Reflects On 13 Moments From His Life | PEOPLE via People, YouTube

Far-Left actor and perpetual TDS [Trump Derangement Syndrome] sufferer Robert De Niro has baselessly claimed that Donald Trump supporters are angry and hateful individuals, also suggesting that Trump’s presidential slogan should be “F—k America.”

Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck and Robert De Niro as Murray Franklin in Joker (2019), Warner Bros. Pictures
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During a recent appearance on ABC’s ultra-woke The View — in what seems to be a yet another desperate attempt to remain relevant —De Niro weighed in on the upcoming presidential election, as Trump leads the polls in a handful of key swing states.

“I don’t understand why people are not taking him seriously,” the actor pondered, adding, “because, you read about it [and] historically in other countries that they didn’t take the people seriously — I think of Hitler [and] Mussolini — they’re fools and clowns.”

He went on, “Who does not think that [Trump] is going to do exactly what he says he’s going to do? He’s done it already. And then what? We’re going to sit around and say ‘What? We told you so,’ It’s going to happen. If he gets elected, it’s going to change this country.”

“And they might think that it’s going to make their lives better, they just want to — excuse my French — they just want to f—k with the rest of the country,” De Niro kept beating the dead horse. “Literally. Those people who support him with anger and hate, cause that’s what [Trump] is about, they’re going to see.”

Continuing his nonsensical rambling, De Niro added, “I see what a hateful, mean-spirited, awful thing he is. He’s vicious,” before he regurgitated his already baseless claim, declaring, “And why would he not do that in this country? He’s already done it.”

Robert De Niro as Frank Sheeran in The Irishman (2019), Netflix
Robert De Niro as Frank Sheeran in The Irishman (2019), Netflix

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Alluding to the infamous comments he made about the 45th President — when the woke actor said he would “like to punch him in the face” — De Niro stated, “When I say I want to punch him in the face it’s because of what he said to a person, a bystander or somebody in one of his rallies [that] he wants to punch him in the face — you don’t talk that way to people. What kind of person does that?”

“He’s done everything. What more do you need? It’s almost like he wants to do the worst that he can possibly do to show this country… to f—k with us,” De Niro continued, suggesting, “His slogan should be ‘F—k America, I want to f—k America.’”

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One-trick pony Whoopi Goldberg (Trey Parker) mocks Republicans in South Park Season 3 Episode 2 “Spontaneous Combustion” (1999), Comedy Central

Agreeing with De Niro, insufferable The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg baselessly claimed that another Trump presidency would be like a never-ending dictatorship, spouting, “The thing is, if he becomes president he’s not going to not stop being president. You understand this? His idea is to stay in until he drops dead.”

De Niro would add to Goldberg’s comments, declaring, “That’s it. He’s not conceding it now, so imagine if he actually did win the election,” and also baselessly predicting, “We’re going to have such civil strife. All the things he says, because everybody is now on to him where he projects what he’s saying.”

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“It’s what he wants,” the far-Left actor opined. “What he envisions the world to be, which is chaos and craziness; total craziness.”

De Niro loves to bring up that the former president said he would like to punch somebody in the face. What he always fails to mention, unsurprisingly, is that the heckler at Trump’s Las Vegas rally, held in February of 2016, was not only throwing punches himself but also causing disturbances before he was escorted out.

At the time, President Trump addressed the situation and noted that due to that time’s political climate, individuals who were physically threatened were not allowed to fight back. “Bye bye,” said the former president as security took care of the heckler.

“See, he’s smiling,” Trump pointed out. “He’s having a good time. I love the old days, you know? You know what I hate? There’s a guy totally disruptive, throwing punches… we’re not allowed to punch back any more. I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They’d be carried out on a stretcher, folks.”

FULL RALLY: President Donald Trump | Las Vegas, Nevada via LiveNOW From FOX, YouTube
FULL RALLY: President Donald Trump | Las Vegas, Nevada via LiveNOW From FOX, YouTube

Trump continued, “You know, I love our police and I really respect our police, and they’re not getting enough. They’re not. Honestly, I hate to see that. Here’s a guy throwing punches, nasty as Hell, screaming at everything else when we’re talking, and, you know, the guards are very gentle with him.”

“He’s walking out like… big high fives, smiling, and laughing. I’d like to punch him in the face, I’ll tell you,” the 45th President concluded.

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