Robert De Niro says he wants a ‘bag of sh*t’ thrown at Trump’s face, and a photo of it viral all over world

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Hollywood actor Robert De Niro’s Trump Derangement Syndrome has officially hit stage five.

The anti-Trump zealot’s TDS has grown so severe that on Friday he declared he’d like to see America’s duly elected leader, President Donald J. Trump, be hit in the face with a bag of feces. Yes, feces …

He made the psychotic declaration while speaking with Hollywood producer and stage four TDS patient Michael Moore on Moore’s podcast, “RUMBLE w/Michael Moore.”

While it’s unclear where the podcast was recorded, the going theory is that it was done so at the, quote-unquote, “nuthouse.”

“It would kind of feel good to punch him — not hurt him — but just punch him in the face,” Moore said at one point during the two’s bromantic discussion.

I’d like to see a bag of s–t right in his face. Hit him right in his face,” De Niro then responded while making a smacking sound with his hands.

He added that he’d love for a picture of Trump’s face covered with the feces to then go viral across the world.

And let the picture go all over the world,” he maniacally daydreamed. “And that would be the most humiliating thing. Because he needs to be humiliated.

“He needs to be confronted and humiliated by whoever his opponent is, his political opponent. They have to stand up to him. They don’t have to do it in an obvious physical way, but they have to have the formidability to confront him and to put him in his place because the people have to see that, to see him be humiliated.”

It’s not clear whether his stage 5 TDS prevents him from recognizing that congressional Democrats and their allies in media, academia, and Hollywood have been trying to embarrass and humiliate the president since the day he declared his candidacy in 2015.

Their efforts have culminated in an impeachment process where Democrats have unfairly and unjustly approved articles of impeachment for the president but refuse to send it onward to the Senate because holding it back prevents him from defending himself.

The efforts have also involved Democrats working in tandem with the media to downplay or hide all of the president’s accomplishments.

De Niro’s latest bout of anti-Trump psychopathy comes only days after he proudly announced that if Trump’s children, including presumably his underage son, were his kids, he’d disown them.

“I don’t want my kids to take this the wrong way, but if my kids did what these kids did, I wouldn’t want to be related to them,” he said after being asked by “The View” co-host Joy Behar about his recent accusation that the president and his children are like a gangster family.

“I would disown them. I’d have a serious talk with them,” he added.

Listen:

He reportedly displayed even more psychopathy when asked whether it’s worth it to impeach the president “even if that means that could risk Republicans winning in the election.”

“We don’t have time for that,” the obsessively anti-Trump actor promptly replied. “He did something wrong. He has to pay for it, period.”

When then asked by Behar whether he genuinely believes the president is as bad as, if not worse, than the gangsters he’s played on the big screen, he effusively replied yes.

“To me, he is,” the actor maintained. “Because he has no understanding that I can see of the outside world other than anything around him. He has no idea of what his purpose in life as the president should be, and that is to pull the country together, to be for the people, to heal wounds, not to open them up and pour salt on them.”

“I always say he’s a low life. And he knows he’s a low life. He knows everything he projects about negative things on individuals, on situations, on institutions, he’s saying about himself.”

Said the guy who dreams of throwing feces at the president and who enjoys talking trash about the president’s children, one of whom is underage …

Dovetailing back to his discussion with Moore, while De Niro has been willing to call the president every curse word on the planet, he revealed Friday that he refuses to call him a pig.

“He’s not a pig,” he said. “I used to call him a pig, but pigs have dignity. He has no dignity, no nothing. He’s a disgrace to the human race, if you will.”

On that note, did you know that two months ago De Niro’s former longtime assistant, Chase Robinson, filed a suit against him accusing him of harassing, berating and bullying her?

“De Niro communicated in a hostile, abusive, and intimidating manner with Ms. Robinson,” the lawsuit read.

“He attacked her in gender terms, calling her a ‘b***h’ and a ‘brat.’ In speaking to Ms. Robinson, he called his female business partner a ‘c**t’ and referred to his executive assistants as ‘the girls.’ De Niro would unleash tirades against Ms. Robinson — often while he was intoxicated — in which he denigrated, berated, bullied, and hurled expletives at her.”

Wow. That behavior sounds kind of, what’s the word … piggish.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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