5 posts categorized "ROBERT DE NIRO"
Yeah, he was talkin' to you, Trump!
Aside from Robert De Niro's entertainingly vulgar salutation to Trump, who is currently in Singapore kissing Kim Jong-un's ring and helping to normalize that utterly irredeemable despot, the rest of the Tony winners were as follows:
Hip-hop star comes out as gay on Twitter.
Typical Republican values: Former Speaker of the House wants his hush money back because the boy he molested squealed. Unfuckingbelievable.
U.S. agencies are examining intercepted communications for links between Trump associates and Russiahttps://t.co/20naPzZlad— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 20, 2017
Multiple U.S. agencies are reportedly investigating intercepted communications between three top Trump advisors and the Kremlin.
Keep reading for the full Madonna & Marilyn Minter video ...
It may be true that Ruby Rose made into a lesbian, but overall, she wants her fans to stop claiming she “made them gay.”
Asked if she and Bernie would support Hillary if she clinched the nomination, Jane Sanders says, “I think both of them will support the other.”
Justin Bieber intentionally puts out piggy on opening act's arm, gets comeuppance. Someone was feeling the burn.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, was shouted off the stage over his lack of support for a bill that would protect transgender people in public spaces. Bye.
Robert De Niro, whose own accomplished dad was gay, will be honored by GLAAD in NYC.
Gay Air France flight attendants balk at working newly reinstated flights to Iran over a silly little thing like the death penalty.
UPDATE: De Niro has announced the film's been pulled.
Robert De Niro has spoken out about the film Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe, which is screening—debuting, actually—at his Tribeca Film Festival in spite of centering around a proven fraud, anti-vaccination advocate Andrew Wakefield.
Wakefield has been widely discredited, and the anti-vaccination movement has weakened the security and health of the planet—indisputably.
There is no evidence that vaccinations cause autism, but anti-vaccination zealots continue to assert it is a proven fact.
De Niro, claiming having an autistic child of his own makes the issue personal for him, nonetheless justifies giving the film a high-profile airing in the name of open discussion. It's not open discussion to aid a pack of lies:
Grace and I have a child with autism and we believe it is critical that all of the issues surrounding the causes of autism be openly discussed and examined. In the 15 years since the Tribeca Film Festival was founded, I have never asked for a film to be screened or gotten involved in the programming. However this is very personal to me and my family and I want there to be a discussion, which is why we will be screening Vaxxed. I am not personally endorsing the film, nor am I anti-vaccination; I am only providing the opportunity for a conversation around the issue.
Speaking of open discussion, this documentary was directed by, written by and stars Wakefield.