The 73-year-old Hollywood actor Robert De Niro went after President Trump, saying, “f*** Trump” multiple times. He got a standing ovation at the Tony Awards ceremony on Sunday.
The actor was there to introduce a performance by Bruce Springsteen but had a quick message to deliver beforehand.
“I’m gonna say one thing. F— Trump,” De Niro said, double fists raised and without any preamble.
But, now he got what he deserved. On Saturday, a brave Trump supporter stormed the stage at Robert De Niro’s play on Broadway. The supporter unfurled a ‘Keep America Great’ banner during the curtain call of A Bronx Tale, directed by De Niro, at the Longacre Theatre in New York.
Centrist Joe Del Vicario whined about the Trump supporter taking a beautiful show and politicizing it. The Tony’s may not have been a beautiful show, but it was just fine to politicize that…
The times we live in. At the end of A Bronx Tale, a man turned around and faced the audience to show us how big of a pair he has. He was escorted shortly after. It's sad that people can't enjoy a beautiful show and embrace its unifying message without politicizing it. #broadway pic.twitter.com/6tVN4Qf4d6
— Joe Del Vicario (@joedelvicario_) June 17, 2018
That was the only moment worth a standing ovation.
Well, karma is a b****, and De Niro just got slapped. Difference between a Leftist and a Trump supporter:
A Leftist would have interrupted the play in the middle of it and received accolades for doing so.
A Trump supporter waits until it was over so the audience can enjoy the show and is excoriated.
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