Monday on MSNBC’s The Beat, actor and anti-Trump hysteric Robert De Niro said it confounded him that people voted for President Trump in 2016, and that he was “so angry and so enraged” that people accepted his behavior in the White House.
“Of course I’m an actor. I do the parts. I enjoy them,” De Niro said. “But I’d like to even think in all of those parts there’s a certain dignity. Somewhere buried in there. That I don’t think a person like Trump I know doesn’t have. There’s no center. You have to have a center no matter who you are. It is just it’s like somebody defying gravity. They’ll never do. That’s why we have rules and laws. We have judges. We have structure. If we don’t have that, we have nothing. We have chaos. We have anarchy.”
Like the lawlessness and chaos and anarchy that the left has unleashed upon America? Look at your own Party, Robert.
He continued, “We need someone to lead us through in a kind of father figure way or mother figure way. To bring us through and show that they love us, care about us, and want our best. They are looking out for us.” And that perfectly encapsulates the Democrat conception of the presidency: a parental figure who takes care of us.
“It’s the total opposite with someone like him. It confounds me how he ever got to be elected,” De Niro complained. He got elected because Trump embodies what conservative patriots look for in a president: leadership and a love for America, not a parent to baby us.
He added, “I’m not like political, but I was so angry and so enraged and confounded that he would actually behave the way he did and that people bought it. I now see many, many, many people in the country feel this way. I’m sad about other people who don’t. They accepted him and would have voted for him and have voted for him. I don’t know why.”
De Niro and his elitist ilk don’t understand why because the country they want to live in is fundamentally different from the one American patriots want to live in.