Well here’s a nice change of pace. Usually when we talk about The View, it’s because of one of the dingbat hosts (see Whoopi Goldberg Actually Thinks ‘Abortion’ is in the Constitution and Whoopi Actually Compares Trump’s America to the Taliban). But in the name of sticking it to the patriarchy, here’s a post about Robert De Niro. Remember when the actor challenged then-candidate Donald Trump to a fight? Yeah, about that…
“It was only a symbolic thing, anyway. It wasn’t like I was going to go find him and punch him in the face. But he’s got to hear it. He’s got to hear that, you know, that’s how he makes people feel. It’s not good to feel that way. It’s not good to start that stuff up, but at the same time sometimes when people are bullies like that, that’s what you have to do to shut them up. Bully them back.”
Yeah, you really bullied him back their Champ. Quite frankly, De Niro was more convincing in Grudge Match, and even then my money would be on Stallone.
Which has nothing to do with the fact that, as the countless example of them silencing anyone who disagrees with them, leftists are the bullies here. So all this talk of “You’ve got to punch a bully in the face” rhetoric is simple projection. I didn’t even need a psych degree to figure that out.
Hey, what do you think the liberal cackles of The View would say if an actor suggested he wanted to punch President Obama? Hillary Clinton? How soon before the pitchfork sharpeners hung their shingles?
But Hollywood is in the middle of a freakout. We should just let it happen. With popcorn and a Dr. Pepper. As long as we’re out of any punch zones.