Hollywood Liberals Brace for Trump Dictatorship

Highlighting the left’s palpable anxiety over the imminent return of conservatives to power, actor Robert De Niro expressed grave concerns regarding the potential re-election of former President Donald Trump.

During his appearance on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, De Niro voiced his apprehensions about potential personal repercussions, warning, “If he wins the election, you won’t be on the show anymore. He’ll come looking for me. There’ll be things that happen that none of us can imagine.”

Describing the potential outcome as a “nightmare,” De Niro juxtaposed the contrasting scenarios under Trump and Biden, urging viewers to consider whether they want to live in a world of nightmare or normalcy. “Vote for Trump and you’ll get the nightmare, vote for Biden and we’ll be back to normalcy,” he asserted during the show.

However, De Niro conveniently sidestepped addressing the current administration’s challenges and their impact on Joe Biden’s popularity.

Critical issues like skyrocketing inflation, which is significantly impacting basic living costs, and the surge of over seven million illegal migrants during Biden’s term, particularly straining resources in cities like New York, went conspicuously unmentioned.

In response to these pressing concerns, New York Mayor Eric Adams sounded the alarm, declaring the city at its capacity, bluntly stating that the city is “out of room, literally.”

Reflecting on the aftermath of the 2016 election, De Niro expressed his desire to avoid reliving the dismay he felt during the months following Trump’s victory, denouncing Trump as “a mean, nasty, hateful person.”

De Niro’s outspoken criticism extends to Trump supporters, whom he has accused of forsaking “democracy,” reinforcing his longstanding opposition to Trump and his administration.