In November, we reported on how actor and comedian Michael Rapaport, who has been virulently anti-Trump for quite some time, said that voting for former President Donald Trump was now on the table. He’s been screaming names at Trump like “pig d*ck” for a while. But Rapaport acknowledged he was considering voting for him because “We need to get this whole f**king situation under control.” That’s pretty big movement for someone on the left.
On a podcast with Patrick Bet David, Rapaport made another interesting declaration that perhaps gives hope that people can be reeled back from TDS and some of the belief they have in false “facts” about Trump.
“I was wrong,” Rapaport declared about what Trump said about Charlottesville, the “both sides” quote. “When you see the full quote, that wasn’t what he said,” Rapaport admitted. He explained how he “ranted on him hard for that.”
Rapaport then went on to say, “I’m not voting for Biden, I’m not voting for Kamala.” Then he also decimated Gavin Newsom, the guy some people kick around as a possible replacement for Biden.
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