Famous Actor Withdraws His Support For Biden Over Israel Stance


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A prominent anti-Donald Trump Democrat actor has rescinded his endorsement of President Joe Biden.

Amid the president’s controversial stance on Israel, by pausing weapons shipments, Michael Rappaport ranted at the president and removed his endorsement. “I’m officially un-endorsing #JoeBiden,” he said in a post on X which contained a video. “I did so much work on behalf of this soft serve ice cream eating MF, I’m done.”

He talked about his disdain for former President Trump with the use of a number of colorful nicknames he has for him.

“I did it for the love because I couldn’t stand that motherf***er,” he said in the video.

But he then gave his attention to President Biden where he tore into him with an expletive-filled rant for his recent decisions as it pertains to Israel.

“You’re not sending weapons to Israel during f***ing war?” he said. “While American hostages — American hostages — and hostages from 22 countries are still” being held by ****?”


“You’re not sending weapons now, you dumb f***?” he said.

“Let me tell you something,” the actor said. “I never, ever, ever thought I would say this, OK, but I can promise you this right now … Joe Biden: Me, Michael Rapaport, I’m not voting for you. You’re not getting my vote.

“And plenty of us,” he said as he showed his two Star of David pendants that he had around his neck, “also ain’t voting for you.”

“I said it once, and I’ll say it again,” he said. “This is why voting for [Trump] is on the table.”

He hinted that his support for President Biden was fading in an interview he gave in March, as it is not only his Israel policies that have the actor furious.


In an interview with the Visegrad 24 podcast, Rappaport, who has a history of vile attacks on ]Trump and his family, left open the possibility of casting a ballot for him later this year after declaring he would not be voting for Biden.

“My political views have changed immensely,” Rapaport said. “I will not vote for Joe Biden. At this point when we’re doing this interview, voting for Trump is on the table. People are like, ‘What are you talking about?’ That’s my reality. I will not support anybody who’s anti-Israel. I will not support anybody that is anti-making America safe.”

He also chastised Biden’s virtual open-borders policies.

“I’m not down with that shit,” he said. “I’m not down with police officers in the greatest city on earth getting beaten up. You’re an illegal immigrant, and then you have no bail, [and then] flipping off the f***ing camera,” he continued.


“I’m not down with going into a Costco or a 7/11, cleaning out the spot,” he said of flash mobs who have been looting retail stores in cities that are run by Democratic politicians. “So any of these people that support it, I’m not voting for them. I’m not getting caught up or suckered into these race politics or any of that bulls*** anymore.”

In October, shortly after the Hamas militant group launched a surprise attack on Israel, murdering nearly 1,300 people and kidnapping hundreds more, Biden’s approval rating among Democrats dropped by double digits after he came out in support of Israel.

According to Axios, citing a new Gallup survey, Biden’s approval rating fell 11 points in a single month among Democrats, falling to a record low of 75 percent, and that is largely due to his support for the Jewish state.

“Biden is at risk of alienating members of his own party with his unequivocal support for Israel, which has carried out a weeks-long bombardment and total siege of Gaza in response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 terrorist attacks,” Axios reported.

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