It’s a commonly accepted truth that Hollywood is full of the most vile, hateful, and disgusting people in the United States.
They tend to prove this on a daily basis with the never-ending corruption, apathy towards working clas citizens, and the history of sexual misconduct that plagues their own ranks,
For these reasons, we should never take anything they say too seriously.
That goes double for renowned Trump hater Robert De Niro, who just made a thinly veiled threat to half the country.
In an interview on the View, De Niro claimed that allies of the president should be concerned about their own future.
De Niro said: “They should be afraid of what’s going to happen later when he’s not around.”
So these are the great arbiters of tolerance, love, and unity huh?
The Blaze has more on De Niro's hate-filled interview:
Actor Robert De Niro said supporters of President Donald Trump have a lot to worry about once he leaves office — presumably in January — and predicted that some will "have the gall to try and crawl back."
De Niro is about as far away from a fan of Trump as one can get. Last December he said he wanted to see the president "confronted and humiliated" in public — specifically wanting to witness a "bag of s**t" hit him in the face. De Niro also told TV host Stephen Colbert last November that America under Trump is like living in an "abusive household."
And during a Friday appearance on "The View," De Niro fielded a number of questions from the co-hosts — and fellow Trump-hater Ana Navarro began by asking "Bob" if anyone will be able to convince the president to concede the election to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and also, "Why are so many Republicans still kissing the ring among other things?"
"I'm — I don't know what — what logic they're using except they're just afraid," De Niro replied. "They should be afraid of what's gonna happen later when he's not around, and they're gonna try and crawl back, the ones that would have the gall to try and crawl back. It's gonna be — it's going to be interesting to see."
This is the same guy who insinuated that Rudy Giuliani is representing a mob family.
Here's more from Fox News:
Robert De Niro had some harsh words for President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani.
While appearing on "The View," the 77-year-old actor was asked by co-host Sunny Hostin what he thought about Giuliani changing career paths and representing Trump.
“Giuliani used to prosecute actual mob bosses in the '80s in federal court,” said Hostin, who is a former federal prosecutor. “What happened to him?” she asked.
“He’s the one who was prosecuting under the RICO Act, the way I understand it,” De Niro responded. “And now he’s representing a mob family."
“It’s crazy ... I don’t know what happened to him. I feel bad for him,” the Oscar-winner added.
De Niro said he “could not understand” why Giuliani, 76, would choose to represent Trump and reasoned that the former NYC mayor might be doing it “just for the attention, maybe desperation.”
“I can’t understand because it's just as easy to say ‘Look, I can’t buy into this, I can’t go along with this. It’s over, I’m out!’ ” De Niro said. “And he’d have so much respect and people would hire him, and want to hire him, and he’s going this other way, it’s just nuts.”
Before we give credence to anything De Niro says, remember that he's the guy posting nonsensible and hateful garbage like this on social media: