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In a devastating speech, iconic actor Robert De Niro rips Donald Trump to shreds, declaring that Trump is “not a bad man,” but “an evil one” who is a “wanna be tough guy” and has “no morals or ethics.”

But Robert De Niro didn’t stop there… De Niro continued: “Trump has no sense of right or wrong. No regard for anyone but himself — not the people he was supposed to lead and protect, not the people he does business with, not the people who follow him, blindly and loyally, not even the people who consider themselves his “friends.” He has contempt for all of them.

The repercussions of his turbulent presidency divided America and rattled New York City beyond imagination. Remember how we were jolted by crisis in early 2020, as a virus swept the world. We lived with Donald Trump’s bombastic behavior every day on the national stage, and we suffered as we saw our neighbors piling up in body bags.

The man who was supposed to protect this country put it in peril, because of his recklessness and impulsiveness.

It was like an abusive father ruling the family by fear and violent behavior. That was the consequence of New York’s warning getting ignored. Next time, we know it will be worse. Make no mistake: the twice-impeached, 4-time indicted Donald Trump is still a fool. But we can’t let our fellow Americans write him off like one. Evil thrives in the shadow of dismissive mockery, which is why we must take the danger of Donald Trump very seriously.

So, today I issue another warning. From this place where Abraham Lincoln spoke — right here in the beating heart of New York — to the rest of America:

This is our last chance. Democracy won’t survive the return of a wannabe dictator. And it won’t overcome evil if we are divided. So what do we do about it? We have to take today into tomorrow – take it outside these walls.

We have to reach out to the half of our country who have ignored the hazards of Trump and, for whatever reason, support elevating him back into the White House.

They’re not stupid, and we must not condemn them for making a stupid choice. Our future doesn’t just depend on us. It depends on them. Let’s reach out to Trump’s followers with respect. Let’s not talk about “democracy.” “Democracy” may be our holy grail, but to others it is just a word, a concept, and in their embrace of Trump, they’ve already turned their backs on it. Let’s talk about right and wrong. Let’s talk about humanity.

Let’s talk about kindness. Security for our world. Safety for our families. Decency. Let’s welcome them back. We won’t get them all, but we can get enough to end the nightmare of Trump.” Well said, Robert De Niro!

Please retweet and to thank Robert De Niro for calling out Donald Trump — and consider joining the growing exodus to Tribel, a woke new Twitter competitor that banned Trump for life and is exploding in popularity because Elon Musk banned Tribel’s Twitter account — but he forgot to ban this link to download the new Tribel app:

JB Comments: Now we wait for the X President Trump to bitch and holla about DeNiro being a has-been, a second rate actor etc... as we all know it is coming from that mouth. We know he will try and defame him and we know what a nasty NASTY man Trump is and if you cannot see that, then maybe you are as well.



In 1959, 9-year-old Ronald McNair went to a public library in Lake City, South Carolina because he was looking for more advanced books on science. Ronald's older brother, Carl, describes what happened next: “So, as he was walking in there, all these folks were staring at him - because they were white folk only and they were looking at him and saying, you know,

'Who is this Negro?

So, he politely positioned himself in line to check out his books.

Well, this old librarian, she says, 'This library is not for coloreds.'

He said, 'Well, I would like to check out these books.'

She says, 'Young man, if you don't leave this library right now, I'm gonna call the police.' So he just propped himself up on the counter, and sat there, and said, 'I'll wait.'”

Ronald McNair eventually went on to get a PhD in Physics from MIT and was one of the 7 astronauts onboard the space shuttle Challenger when it was destroyed in flight in 1986. He was only 35 years old. Today, the library that refused to lend him books is now named after him.



Meryl Streep is known for her powerful acting performances, and frequently described as "the best actress of her generation." But what many people don't know is that she considers herself a "shy" and "private" person.

That's why it stunned so many people in the audience when she made a political speech critical of Donald Trump during her acceptance of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globes in 2017.

“There was one performance this year that stunned me…It was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter, someone he outranked

in privilege, power, and the capacity to fight back…I still can’t get it out of my head…This instinct to humiliate, when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform, by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody’s life because it kind of gives permission for other people to do the same thing…When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose.”

Despite winning 3 Oscar awards for acting and racking up a record 21 Academy Award nominations, Trump would later take a shot at her on Twitter, criticizing her for being "over-rated." But her words resonated with millions and, in light of his many documented disrespectful remarks about wounded veterans, it is clear that Meryl Streep was correct in her assessment.



Shortly after having returned to Mar-a-Lago in after sitting at his NY civil trial, Trump is walking along the beach, feeling pretty dejected about everything.

He decides to go for a swim, but ends up going a little too far from the shore, and since he was winded from the walk, he begins to drown.

Suddenly, three teenaged boys spot him from the beach, rush into the water, and rescue him. Back on the beach, Trump, after regaining his breath, thanks the three for saving his life.

“Anything I can do for you guys, name it!” he says. “Bigly! I alone can fix everything!”

The first boy says,

“Well, I want to go to West Point, but my grades are lousy.”

“Say no more,” Trump responds. “All those teachers work for the Deep State anyway. I’ll write you a recommendation and pull some strings to get you a spot at West Point.”

The second boy says, “Well, I can’t find a girlfriend.”

Trump says, “Just grab them by—well, I used to own Miss Universe, I’ll hook you up!”

The third boy says, “I want to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.”

Trump, a bit puzzled, says,

“You’re only eighteen! You’ve got your whole life ahead of you! Why are you thinking about your funeral?” The boy replies,

“Because once I go home and tell my mother that I just saved you from drowning, she’s going to kill me!”






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