Hollywood’s version of Deep State just won’t shut up.

One of the entertainment industry’s predominant Establishment deep-staters is at it again with more anti-Trump haranguing.

Can’t these blowhards simply retire into obscurity and rail about their politics off the radar where no one can hear their tired tropes over, and over, and over, and over…

Robert De Niro is no stranger to voicing his dislike for President Donald Trump. Monday night was no different, as he called for the president to be impeached in a speech honoring Al Pacino at the American Icon Awards in Beverly Hills.

De Niro praised Pacino, his “lifelong compatriot,” alongside fellow honorees Quincy Jones and former pro boxer Evander Holyfield as people who should be considered role models for the rest of the country instead of the president. 

De Niro doesn’t even pretend to act satirical. He’s a fucking tired 45 of dusty vinyl.

Trump has made me see many Hollywood Deep Staters uncomfortably clear and it’s not pretty. So many disappointments, so many celebrities I just don’t give a shit about now.

Remember Robert when he was edgy?

“You didn’t think you were going to completely get away without a ‘(expletive) Trump’ moment, did you?” he joked, referencing his infamous f-bomb speech about the commander in chief at the Tony Awards last summer.

“On the other hand, the individual who currently purports to lead America is not worthy of any tribute,” he continued. “Unless you think of his impeachment and imprisonment as a sort of tribute. And that’s how you’d make America great again.”

To which I have to say.


Kanye remains based…

The spell has not worn off.

Kanye West visited the decidedly unbased David Letterman on the set of his Netflix show, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.”

Kanye West refused to back down in his support of President Donald Trump in an appearance on David Letterman’s new Netflix series.

West, a guest Letterman’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, claimed liberals bully Trump supporters.

“This is like my thing with Trump — we don’t have to feel the same way, but we have the right to feel what we feel,” West said.

His decision to wear a “Make American Great Again” hat is a way to show people they shouldn’t be afraid to express opinions, West said, adding that it’s “not about politics.”

Letterman challenged West on allegations of voter suppression during mid-term elections.

“So if I see a person that I admire talking about Donald Trump can think whatever he does,” Letterman said, “I wonder if those thoughts, indirectly, aren’t hurting people who are already being hurt.”

West countered by asking whether Letterman had ever been bullied in high school for wearing the wrong hat.  “Liberals bully people who are Trump supporters!” West said.

Oh Kanye. What will the neighbors say.

Your fans! Whattya thinking, Kanye!?