WATCH: Robert DeNiro Says That Trump Allies ‘Should Be Afraid’ Once He’s Out Of Office

Written by K. Walker on November 21, 2020

The actor appeared on The View to talk to the anti-Trump Coven about — what else — President Trump.

You can just imagine how that went.

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Whoopi Goldberg, who recently told Trump supporters to “suck it up” and accept the loss, introduced the Oscar-winner as “the only person who may be happier than I am that ‘You-know-who’ is out of office.”

You can see just how unbiased it will be when they begin by referring to the President of the United States in the same way that the villain in the Harry Potter series.

Robert DeNiro has been pretty outspoken on how he felt about President Trump…

…as well as those that support him.

Ana Navarro-Cardenas kicked off the asinine segment with a question, “Why are so many Republicans still kissing the ring among other things?”

DeNiro responded:

“I’m — I don’t know what — what logic to use except they’re just afraid because — but they should be afraid of what’s going to happen later when he’s not around, and they’re going to try to crawl back, the ones that would have the gall to try to crawl back. It’s going to be — it’s going to be interesting to see.”

And it kept going as though this was rational.

DeNiro said that President Trump is going to “pardon himself” but doesn’t explain what crime the President has committed.

“He’ll pardon himself. He’ll pardon everyone around him, who he can, who is going to be possibly prosecuted and/or convicted, and then some,” De Niro said. He continued, dramatically, “We all know what would happen. It’s the end of this country, period. I’m not being overdramatic.”

And yet, he was being dramatic, wasn’t he?

Heaven forbid that you ask questions about the flooding of unsolicited ballots that had been flagged by the New York Times as ripe for fraud back in 2012.

He concluded by warning that Trump supporters would feel the heat, too.

He said, “I think it affects everybody. It affects all the people, the base that support him, and they’ll learn how it trickles down to them, and, you know, I just don’t — I have no — I can’t comprehend what’s going on with this person.”

I don’t know about you, but I cannot understand what’s going on with De Niro. I think it has something to do with his employment. This 71-year old man reads words that other people write and plays pretend for a living while being lavished with praise because he can play the “tough guy.” Now he thinks he really is a tough guy… or maybe he’s not actually been acting all this time.

Of course, the harpies on The View ate it all up.

As you watch this clip, remember, that these are the same people that think that you are an unhinged conspiracy theorist.

Clearly, these people don’t actually think for themselves. They leave the thinking to the “experts” and adopt what they’ve been told is the correct opinion to hold.

There used to be some rational, reasonable people on the left that would have disagreements in policy and were willing to hash them out. Now, we have a left that is could use De Niro as their poster boy — agree with us, or we’ll cancel you, call you names, and punch you in the face. But it’s the right that’s allegedly the problem.

Yeah, I’m not buying it.

It’s Democrats that have set us up for this legal challenge by Trump. For years they have been insisting that any sort of guardrails to protect the integrity of elections — like requiring voter ID — is “voter suppression” and racist. But really, who are the racists in this situation, the ones that think that insisting that you show valid identification to vote, or those insisting that visible minorities have a difficult time getting government-issued identification that is used to drive a car, open a bank account, buy alcohol and tobacco products, travel, get married, and even access welfare benefits.

I’m sure that if the election had ended the way that it was heading when we all went to sleep on election night before the counting stoppages and the mysterious ballot dumps — with Trump ahead in multiple swing-states and heading for a second term, De Niro would tell Biden to just concede, right? Somehow I just don’t think he’d do that.

But at least you know how he feels, and who he is.

He’s just like the other unhinged Democrats calling for Enemies Lists. 

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