Michael Rapaport: ‘I Won’t Vote for Biden, At This Point Voting Trump Is on the Table’

Michael Rapaport: ‘I Won’t Vote for Biden, At This Point Voting Trump Is on the Table’

President Joe Biden in November, asserting that he “won’t support anyone anti-Israel or anti-making America safe.”

He further mentioned that considering a vote for former President Donald Trump, who has consistently supported Israel “is on the table.”

Michael Rapaport talked about the upcoming presidential election in an interview this week with the media outlet Visegrád 24.

“I will not support anyone who is anti-Israel. I will not support anyone that is anti-making America safe,” the actor said.

Rapaport criticized the Biden administration’s open border policies, which have led to an unprecedented influx of 8 million illegal immigrants into the country.

This surge has overwhelmed state and city governments, forcing them to scale back services such as policing and public education.

“I gotta show my ID at least three or four times at the airport,” he said.

“But it takes you two minutes to cross the border. I’m not down with that shit,” he continued.

Rapaport also condemned the rise of lawlessness in cities like his hometown of New York, where illegal immigrants are supported by left-wing politicians while frontline police officers are left hanging out to dry.

The actor also expressed frustration with the identity politics employed by the left to influence and control its supporters.

“I’m not getting caught up or suckered into these race politics,” he said.

As reported earlier, Michael Rapaport has strongly criticized the left’s advocacy for a “ceasefire” in Gaza.

He argues that such a “ceasefire” would provide an opportunity for Hamas to re-arm and replenish its resources before continuing its stated objective of wiping Israel off the face of the map.