Anti-Trump Hollywood star Robert De Niro has appeared on national television and told the American people not to believe their lying eyes about their Democrat president, arguing that Joe Biden “is doing a very good job.”
De Niro gushed in support of Biden during an appearence on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
Despite chaos across the world, starving babies at home, and nationwide skyrocketing gas prices, De Niro claims Biden has got us “into calm waters.”
“Having a new guy at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has that, do you sleep any better at night?” Colbert asked the actor.
“Yes,” De Niro said.
“He’s, you know, he got us into calm waters, that was always the idea.
“He’s doing a very good job. It’s a tough one, I couldn’t imagine.
“I can’t imagine how difficult it is.
“I have decisions in my personal life, but what he goes through is a hundred times that.”
“Yeah,” Colbert said.
“And so, no, he’s doing the best he can, and uh, we got to get through a tough period,” De Niro said.
“Yeah, yeah,” Colbert said.
Robert De Niro: Biden “is doing a very good job. It’s a tough one … He’s doing the best he can, and we’ve got to get through a tough period, period.” pic.twitter.com/YilF38k0SX
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 8, 2022
Apparently, De Niro assumes none of Colbert’s viewers are aware of the soaring national average for gas.
According to Gas Buddy, the national average of gasoline hit the $5.00 per gallon today.
The $5.00 per gallon mark is another humiliating new record for Biden.
BREAKING: According to GasBuddy, the national average has reached $5 per gallon.
— Patrick De Haan ⛽️📊 (@GasBuddyGuy) June 9, 2022
The average price of a gallon of gas nationwide exceeded $5 on Thursday, crossing the milestone after a rapid rise over the past month that has alarmed public officials and strained the budgets of everyday Americans, according to GasBuddy.
In all 50 states, the average price of a gallon of gas stood above $4.40, but costs ranged considerably across different regions, as drivers in the West and Northeast suffered the highest prices and drivers in the Southeast saw the lowest, AAA data showed.
In California, the state with the highest gas prices, drivers paid an eye-popping average of $6.40 per gallon, AAA data showed.
Gas is 5 DOLLARS A GALLON people. Genuinely can’t imagine giving a shit about about these Jan 6 hearings
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) June 9, 2022