Bruce Springsteen’s Guitarist Rips ‘Criminal’ Trump, Calls Biden a ‘P*ssy’ for Not Arresting Him

Bruce Springsteen’s longtime guitarist Steven Van Zandt has issued a hysterical attack against President Donald Trump, calling for his arrest as a way to help Joe Biden’s plummeting poll numbers.

Van Zandt, known as Little Steven, is also well known for playing a gangster in HBO’s his series The Sopranos.

He went on Sirius XM’s The Dean Obeidallah Show to try to make his case saying:

“We’re living in an asylum, ok, we are living in an insane asylum right now ok, If you if you commit your crimes in broad daylight then it’s OK.

“I can make a case right now that this guy is guilty of treason 10 times over,  but he’s on videotape saying go down, overthrow the government,” he said, incorrectly putting words in Trump’s mouth.

He continued: “Now, you know why do I care about McCarthy’s emails, you know what I mean, who gives a sh*t?”

“The guy is a criminal in a criminal empire and the more, the bigger his crimes the more public they are, the more he gets away with it,” he continued.

“It’s because America respects strength you know and they’ll even take it from a phony buffoon, blowhard like Trump who’s not strong but he pretends to be strong so they even go with that but America respects strength.

“That’s why Biden has no approval rating because you’ve got the biggest criminal in the world running around playing golf, he’s a criminal and he should be in jail and that’s why the whole world no longer respects us.

“I will be very surprised if Putin does not invade Ukraine, I will be very surprised if China does not invade Taiwan, why shouldn’t they?

“They know we’re p*ssies -we’re p*ssies.

“We got the biggest criminal in the world running around playing golf, we can’t even arrest him.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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