This week, left-wing comedian and actor Michael Rapaport took aim at President Joe Biden over reports that immigrants had beaten NYPD officers and then fled the state “with no bail like they’re f****** Tupac Shakur.”
In the social media-released video, Rapaport added that voting for Donald Trump in 2024 is “on the table” because of occurrences like the beating in Times Square that was caught on tape.
Rapaport blasted the city’s response to migrants who allegedly attacked two police officers in New York City in a video that was shared with X. At least four of the migrants were freed without bond, while only a few were taken into custody. This week, CCTV footage surfaced that showed two police officers combating six refugees while they were still beating.
A furious Rapaport started his rant video by slamming his fist on the table and declaring, “voting for pig dick Donald Trump is on the table.”
“The other day in New York City, six illegal aliens jumped a New York City cop. NYPD’s finest. They jumped a New York City cop in Times Square and were arrested and released without bail,” he said — before blasting President Joe Biden for not doing enough to stop the migrant surge.
“Let me tell you something, what the fuck is the world coming to if you could be from another country, beat up a cop in New York City and walk out with no fucking bail? What the fuck is the world coming to?”
Rapaport then slammed Biden for his response to the Israel-Hamas war and fixating on foreign issues while NYPD are being attacked by undocumented migrants.
He continued, “Maybe my city is not the greatest city on earth anymore if you could beat up cops – If you could beat up cops in the ‘greatest city in the world’ and be released without bail. Are we the greatest city on earth? Cadaver Joe Biden, we see you! We fucking see you!”
For years, Rapaport has been a vocal critic of Donald Trump — particularly during his presidency. He celebrated when the Republican frontrunner was indicted on four separate occasions.
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) February 2, 2024