As the economic, cultural and geopolitical ramifications of the Biden administration continue to reveal a sharp contrast against the Trump administration’s record, a growing number of once-bitter critics of the former president seem to be warming to the idea of a second term.
One of the most glaring examples of this trend is actor Michael Rapaport, who has spent years unleashing vile and profane social media rants against former President Trump. In light of the ongoing unrest in Israel, however, he recently admitted that he might support the GOP front-runner in a rematch of the 2020 election.
“If it comes down to pig d— Donald trump and smoking Joe Biden, I’m sorry, I am sorry, voting for pig d— Donald Trump is on the table,” Rapaport said in a recent video post. “I’m sorry. I’m f—ing sorry. I’ll still call him slob d— Donald Trump and pig d— Donald Trump and all that, but we’ve got to get this whole f—ing situation under control.”
He followed that up with a video taking aim at the disturbing TikTok trend whereby mostly young users express support for terrorist Osama bin Laden’s 2002 anti-American manifesto.
“Why don’t you little s— bags … go to the firehouses in New York City, go to the homes of people that were lost, killed, killed, the fireman, the policeman, the everyday citizens that were killed on 9/11 and why don’t you go read Osama bin Laden’s ‘Letter to America’ to them?” he asked. “I would love to see you do that.”
Rapaport was similarly irate in his response to leftist lawmakers who spread debunked claims about Israel and called for a ceasefire after the deadly Hamas terrorist attack on Oct. 7.
“Take down that f—ing bulls—, you f—ing Jew haters,” he wrote in a social media post directed at legislators including Palestinian-American U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI). “You hate the Jews. You’ve always hated the Jews. It’s been one of your agendas to perpetrate Jew hate. Take down your f—ing fake news tweets. Rescind your f—ing comments, rescind your f—ing news statements. You’re in government you motherf—ers.”