‘Orange Is the New Black’ Star Begs Biden to Kill Trump

(PatriotNews.net) – Actress Lea DeLaria, known for her role as Big Boo on Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” made headlines this week for a very intense social media post. She called on President Joe Biden to assassinate former President Donald Trump. This came after the Supreme Court’s ruling on presidential immunity.

DeLaria shared her message on Instagram and TikTok, where she launched into a rant against Trump, asking Biden to kill him in what she called an act of war.

“Joe, you’re a reasonable man,” she started in her post, which got over 9,000 Likes. “You don’t want to do this. But here’s the reality: This is a war. This is a war now, and we are fighting for our country. And these people are going to take it away. They’re going to take it away.”

She continued, “Thank you, Clarence ‘Uncle’ Thomas. Joe, you now have the right to take that guy Trump out. Take him out, Joe. If he was Hitler, and this was 1940, would you take him out? Well, he is Hitler. And this is 1940. Take him out! Blow him up, or they’ll blow us up. Facts.”

DeLaria claimed this was an act of war. “It’s all-out war now. They will destroy us. They only want power… like all tyrants. And if any of you want to threaten me like you have been doing for my entire life, bring it on. I’m Sicilian, I know how to play that game,” she said.

Many people commented negatively on her post, saying that DeLaria seemed to have lost control.

“This sounds threatening and harmful to an ex-president. Is that legal? Wouldn’t that be domestic terrorism?” one commenter asked.

“Who are you and what are you famous for? Also, did you just publicly call for the president of the United States to murder his political opponent? If you want third-world stuff to happen, move to a third-world country. Hope you have a great lawyer. You can delete this, but the internet lasts forever, and you just told the entire internet to MURDER someone,” another person wrote.

It’s clear that DeLaria’s post has sparked a lot of controversy and concern, raising questions about free speech, threats, and the role of social media in public discourse.