Robert DeNiro Sold His Soul Protecting Biden, Check Out This Crazy Defense

I guess I get it. Actor Robert DeNiro ruined his career to get rid of Trump and helped usher Biden into office. He’s just too far in now to face the truth- They were all fooled by the DNC and media. While speaking to late-night host Stephen Colbert, DeNiro doubled down on his insanity when faced with Biden’s many failures. The delusional actor said that Bide is just going through a ‘tough period’:

“Having a new guy at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has that, do you sleep any better at night?” asked Colbert.

“Yes!” De Niro laughed to loud applause from the audience.

“He’s, you know, he got us into calm waters, that was always the idea. He’s doing a very good job. It’s a tough one, I couldn’t imagine,” the actor continued. “I can’t imagine how difficult it is. I have decisions in my personal life, but what he goes through is a hundred times that.”

“Yeah,” Colbert agreed.

“And so, no, he’s doing the best he can, and uh, we got to get through a tough period, period,” De Niro concluded.

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“Yeah, yeah,” Colbert replied.

Biden’s presidency has caused high inflation, skyrocketing housing costs, the debacle of the Afghanistan withdrawal… and let’s not even go over Biden’s ‘great’ economic plan.

“It marks the 46th president’s lowest approval rating and highest disapproval rating in 62 weekly surveys conducted since he took office in January 2021,” read the summary from the poll.

De Niro had been an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump and his followers. After the 2020 election, he warned Trump supporters that they should be fearful of what will happen once Trump leaves office.

“They should be afraid of what’s gonna happen later when he’s not around, and they’re gonna try and crawl back,” he predicted.

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Even the one thing Biden has some type of claim on is bogus—His so-called job growth. Basically, all of the businesses that were forced to close and lay off employees during the pandemic reopened and brought people back. Not exactly ‘growth’, is it?

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