Comedian and notorious Trump hater Michael Rappaport admitted in a video that a vote for former President Donald Trump “is on the table.”
In the stunning 30-second video posted to X on Thursday, Rappaport said that if the 2024 presidential election came between Joe Biden and Trump, he would consider voting for the Republican candidate.
“If it comes down to pig d*ck Donald Trump and smokin Joe Biden,” Rappaport began.
“I’m sorry, I am sorry – voting for pig d*ck Donald Trump is on the table,” he stated.
“I’m sorry! I’m fcking – I’ll still call him slob dck Donald Trump, pig d*ck Donald Trump, and all that.”
“But we need to get this whole f*cking situation under control.”
P!g D!ck 2024? pic.twitter.com/9yYmbqoHtn— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) November 17, 2023
Rappaport has frequently attacked Trump in recent years, calling the Republican candidate “derogatory,” “divisive,” and “slob.”
However, since Biden pushed America to the brink of WW3, Rappaport changed his mind on Trump, who notably started no new wars while he was in the White House.
“For dck stain Donald Trump, who I had conversations with, I might vote for that motherfcker,” Rapport stated in his original video.
“Oh yea, I’ll break the f*cking – Oh yea, I’ll break your hearts.”
“Let me tell you something, if things don’t get straightened up in this f*cking world ASAP, and I know smokin Joe has said the right thing about Israel.”
“But when I’m seein motherf*ckers in New York City climb in public in front of crowds of people – rip down UN flag, rip down Israeli flags, rip down American flags on Veterans Day,” he said.
“When the economy is the way the economy is. When I’m paying f*cking mortgage up the – I mean I’m getting – forget a colonoscopy!”
“You don’t need to get a colposcopy. Go buy a house!”
Trump is smashing the polls against Biden, specifically for six major swing states that Biden had previously secured in 2020.
As The Daily Caller noted:
In a hypothetical general election between Biden, Trump and Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the former president is ahead by two points, holding 32 percent of the votes, according to a Nov. 14 Reuters/Ipsos poll.