Hollywood tough guy Robert De Niro showed a little of the insanity that grips the minds of the left on Sunday night when he got ugly with his words on the Tony Awards TV show.
Actors are USELESS in the grand scheme of things. This nut job will kill something if he ever turns his rage into something other than words. Maybe even kill himself.
NEW YORK – Robert De Niro’s comments didn’t make it past the censors at Sunday night’s Tony Awards. But that doesn’t mean that viewers watching couldn’t read his lips.
Watch the clip of De Niro’s outburst below.
Taking the stage to introduce Bruce Springsteen’s performance at the awards, De Niro didn’t waste any time letting the f-bombs fly in his comments about the president.
“I’m gonna say one thing: (expletive) Trump!” he exclaimed. “It’s no longer down with Trump, it’s (expletive) Trump!”
Calming down, De Niro went on to praise his friend Springsteen, who then came onstage to perform My Hometown and an accompanying monologue from Springsteen on Broadway.
Meanwhile in the press room, Tony winners were surprised and amused by De Niro’s comments, including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany, who entered the press room immediately after the incident.
“Did Al Pacino just say (expletive) Trump?” Tiffany asked the press room, chuckling as the room corrected his mistake. “It was Robert De Niro? That’s even worse!”
Angels in America playwright Tony Kushner chimed in with his own anti-Trump comments in the press room after the show won best revival of a play.
“(Expletive) Trump, I agree,” he said, calling Trump’s election “the Hitler mistake.”
“This person never should have been allowed anywhere near the seat of power,” Kushner said. “And there are a lot of analogies in history, and unfortunately, they never end well. So hopefully this will end before he ends us.”
The left dished out its usual lame response, defending the indefensible, focusing on the “Trump is a racist and a racist is the worst thing in the world” crap:
The left also says we have no rights: