Robert DeNiro is none too pleased with potential 2012 presidential candidate Donald Trump.Yo' Bobby, Yeah, I'm talkin' to you! Obama's intentions were good? Forgettaboutit! He and his party had control of Congress last year, and he did not offer a budget for this fiscal year, and Congress did not approve a budget either.
The Huffington Post reported that in an interview with NBC anchor Brian Williams at Saturday’s Tribeca Film Festival, DeNiro challenged Trump’s political statements, alluding especially to The Donald’s suggestion that President Obama may not have been born in America.
“I won’t mention names, but certain people in the news the last couple weeks, just, what are they doing? It’s crazy. They’re making statements about people that they don’t even back up,” DeNiro said. “Go get the facts before you start saying things about people.”
DeNiro went on to confirm that Trump was among the unidentified folks to which he referred.
“It’s like a big hustle. It’s like being a car salesman,” DeNiro said. “Don’t go out there and say things unless you can back them up. How dare you? That’s awful to do. To just go out and speak and say these terrible things? Unless you just wanna get over and get the job. It’s crazy.”
DeNiro, who campaigned for Obama’s election in 2008, also expressed displeasure at the fact that the government was almost shut down, but added that he believed that Obama’s intentions, unlike other politicians, are essentially good.
“I think of the possibility of the government being shut down, and I say, ‘How did we get to this point?’” DeNiro said. “I know Obama was trying to bridge the gap. His intentions are really good. Maybe some things are not as good as we all would like, but his intentions were right. A lot of these guys, they’re intentions are not even good. They’re just playing the game. And they’re playing with people’s lives.”
DeNiro is just one of a many celebrities to attack The Donald as of late. Gossip Cop reported Sunday that troubled actor Charlie Sheen advised people against voting for Trump because he’d exaggerated the worth of a gift he’d given Sheen.
Last week, Trump sent an angry open letter to comedian Jerry Seinfeld for pulling out of son Eric Trump’s St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital benefit. Seinfeld
reportedly canceled his appearance to the charity event because he’d “grown increasingly uncomfortable” with the aggressive manner in which Papa Trump has promoted the birther conspiracy.
As for the "birth certificate" I really don't like this subject (and everyone who reads this blog knows I'm not a fan of "The Donald"), but this whole thing is only an issue because Barack Hussein Obama refuses to release it. He knows it's an issue, and he's enjoying the controversy.
It seems that Bobby De Niro and a lot of the Obama cult of Hollywood idiots are great at their profession because they're good at doing one thing only: reading other people's lines. Check out what Bobby said in February 2008 at an Obama cult gathering.
“Barack Obama isn’t experienced enough to be president." As he ran down a litany that included his opposition to the war in Iraq, DeNiro said: "The kind of inexperience I can get use to. That’s the kind of inexperience our country deserves."Real intelligent huh? That kind of inexperience has sent the US credit rating south. That kind of inexperience has driven up our debt to unsustainable levels. That kind of inexperience has caused gas prices to skyrocket, and food prices aren't far behind. That kind of inexperience has our seniors living without a cost of living increase in Socialist Security.
But you don't know that Bobby, because you're too busy living your secure, fat cat lifestyle with the elite in Tribeca, isolated from the rest of us who have to suffer the cost of the "inexperience" you felt America deserved. Neither you, that other idiot Tom Hanks, that narcissistic drug addict Charlie Sheen, or the unfunny Jerry Seinfeld will get that.