Larry David Says Murderous Dictators Had More Redeeming Qualities Than Trump
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While speaking to the New York Times, "Comedian" Larry David stated that dictator Joseph Stalin had more "redeeming" qualities than President Donald Trump.
The comments came while David, one of the creators behind Seinfeld, sat down with the New York Times to discuss his career, President Trump and the Coronavirus.
“You know, it’s an amazing thing. [Trump] has not one redeeming quality. You could take some of the worst dictators in history, and I’m sure that all of them, you could find one decent quality. Stalin could have had one decent quality, we don’t know!” David said.
Stalin, like Adolf Hitler, is responsible for the deaths of millions of people.
“That’s the hardest thing about the day, watching what comes out of this guy’s mouth,” he said. “It turns you into a maniac because you’re yelling at the television. All of a sudden, you find yourself screaming, like I used to do on the streets of New York, pre-Seinfeld, when I saw happy couples on the street.”
Check out what the Washington Examiner reported in relation to David's comments:
David, who often plays Sen. Bernie Sanders during sketches on Saturday Night Live, also told the New York Times it is time for people to rally around presidential candidate Joe Biden, suggesting it is time for Sanders to drop out.
“I feel he should drop out,” David said. “Because he’s too far behind. He can’t get the nomination. And I think, you know, it’s no time to fool around here. Everybody’s got to support Biden.”
David follows a long list of Hollywood stars bashing the president, including Chrissy Teigen, who called Trump a “pussy ass bitch,” and Alec Baldwin, who suggested Trump was the real “virus” and “the vaccine arrives in November.”
David sounds a lot like Iranian Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani who called President Trump "more dangerous than coronavirus" while stating that the President's decision to block loan money to Iran was a crime against humanity.
“The sanction on health items is an illegal and inhumane act and a symbol of Trump’s open hostility to the Iranian people,” Shamkhani tweeted on Sunday.
“The US opposition to granting facilities to Iran by the International Monetary Fund to meet the required medical items to fight against the coronavirus is a real example of crimes against humanity," he added.
Check out the tweet below:
“Trump is more dangerous than coronavirus,” Shamkhani later added.
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