Robert Redford believes Trump’s presidency is a monarchy and he’s “deeply disturbed”

As we get closer to 2020, the unhinged demorats are letting their imaginations run super wild.

Since President Trump was elected, they have vowed to remove him from office. Three years later, with impeachment proceedings that aren’t moving fast enough for them; the left are in panic mode.

Imagine having a scab for three years that will not heal nor can you scratch it or remove it. The daily pain and reminder of your ailment eats away at your every move. Your misery consumes every thought and transfers into delusional thoughts that demorat-loving media gladly promote.

Such must be the case for TDS-infected actor Robert Redford.

He’s written an opinion piece for NBC News on their new platform called, “THINK.”

THINK is NBC News op-eds, in depth analyses and essays about news and current events. They say you can find opinions that will make you think differently and deeply about the world and our place in it.

Yeah, riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

I perused THINK and found it is mostly full of progressive narratives. Appears their only goal is to help elect a demorat president in 2020. Would you expect anything less from a network that intentionally killed Ronan Farrow’s story on Clinton buddy and predator Weinstein?

Now THINK has given Redford a platform to whine about dictator-like President Trump and the “crisis” we are up against. He blathers on about how President Trump is single-handedly threatening the sacred rule of law, our essential freedom of the press and our precious freedoms of speech.

Somehow he manages to get through his diatribe without stating one piece of evidence.

Read his whole opinion piece here.

At the end, Redford desires for us to rededicate ourselves to voting for truth, character and integrity in our representatives (no matter which side we’re on).

Hard pass. If I want to educate myself on “truth,” “character” and “integrity,” it won’t be coming from NBC News or hypocrite Redford.

DCG

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km

Mr. R go bye bye soon… What those types have yapped never had any creds. He needs to worry about his eternity, not the next puppet seated in the big chair. My personal opinion is that Mr. T will get a second round…

Dr. Eowyn
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What is “deeply disturbing” is that Robert Redford clearly has no idea what “monarchy” means. Trump was elected by 63 million Americans and a majority of the Electoral College, in accordance with the rules of the U.S. Constitution. And NOTHING President Trump has done was in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

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Alma

These “Reds” have it all wrong, specially Robert Redford, supporter of environmentalism, LGBT rights, and the arts. He has also supported advocacy groups, such as the Political Action Committee of the Directors Guild of America. He endorsed Democratic President Barack Obama for re-election in 2012. The Motorcycle Diaries (film), about Argentinian Ernesto Che Guevara, follower of communist Mao Tse Tung, butcher of thousands of Cubans, commander and revolutionary of the Castro communist regime, The film recounts the 1952 expedition, initially by motorcycle, across South America by Guevara and his followers to promotes communism. Redford is opposed to the TransCanada Corporation’s… Read more »

William
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William

All these hollyweirdos are reds, REDford wears it on his sleeve. I was going to mention Che too and M. Diaries that romanticized a man who was, in the final analysis, nothing more than a fellow-traveling useful idiot and a murdering psychopath with messianic delusions of grandeur. No one cares what Redford thinks but he has to do something, he ain’t pretty no more

Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

He sure ain’t no Jeremiah Johnson.

TrailDust
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I wholeheartedly agree with Robert Redford on one point: he is indeed greatly disturbed.