For me it isn't De Niro's handling of the Trump victory, but more the animosity towards Trump in his initial tirade.
I mean, it says a lot about him, the words he used...he's a mutt, an embarassment to this country, liar, con-artist, etc, etc.
I don't know or particularly care if any of those allegations are true, I don't support any politicians. But it's not very classy, is it? De Niro was
happy to let his emotions get the better of him then...he must have been so, so certain that Hillary would win and gave into the temptation to be a
complete moron and now he's got egg all over his face.
He didn't come off well, but the worst thing is that the left loved and pushed it like it was amazing. Wow, look, it's Robert De Niro pretending he's
Jimmy the gent again...calling people a mutt. Only, he's so passionate! He must really mean it!
Presumably Mr Burke there occupies a safe space that is under the watchful eye of little Joe Pesci. Oh, we can't even call a man 'him' anymore without
fear of having our eyes clawed out by a sharpened hoof.
But it's fine to spread this kind of hate against those who don't want to toe your party line. I genuinely believe we're on the cusp of
Some have described them as 'brownshirts' and I agree, it's an apt label for people who don't want to be labeled yet constantly label themselves and
But there's a slight difference this time 'round, the fascists are outnumbered and any attempts of a takeover, as we've witnessed in the recent past,
The sad truth is even the nazis had more public support than these people.
edit on 15-11-2016 by ThreeDots because: (no reason given)