Sean Penn: No Chance In Hell Trump Will Win Re-Election, Gets Reality Check

Sean Penn, the infamous leftwing actor, is once again attacking President Donald Trump. The 59-year-old who has made a career of meetings with Communist dictators like Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, said last Saturday “there’s not a chance in hell” the president will be re-elected. Penn claims “young people” in America will be the deciding factor. Well, that’s when Sean got a big reality check he never saw coming. You’ll love this.

Sean Penn and President Donald Trump (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshot, YouTube/Screenshot)

Sean Penn is another Hollywood blowhard who thinks he knows the political landscape of American politics. Last Saturday, the Oscar-winner was onstage at the Los Angeles club Largo at the Coronet, discussing his upcoming satirical novel, which he described as “literature of the ludicrous” and is a follow-up to his 2018 book Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.

“As it turns out, leading up to the election of 2016, I was going to f*cking kill myself if I didn’t find a way out of just focusing on what the hell was happening,” Penn told the crowd about his ridiculous novel.

For further inspiration, Penn revealed that he writes the books in his house’s den, which “has a fireplace in it, and might or might not have a model representing our current president hanging from a noose. And it may or may not have a button on that model where can you press it and hear quotations in his voice. And that’s where I write.”

Sean Penn obviously is suffering from severe Trump Derangement Syndrome. 

Penn calls out Fox News host Laura Ingraham by name in the book, while only vaguely referencing other real-life figures. The Trump-hater said, “You can be doing a fictional mob thing, and through the image of the mob there are some men. And then there’s the devil, so the devil is the devil.”

“I don’t think there’s a chance in hell that Donald Trump is going to win the presidency next time and that’s because I’m getting a sense that it’s going be an exponential jump in young people who are going to say, ‘No thanks,'” Penn added.

Penn couldn’t be more wrong. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the largest increases in people voting by age groups in the past few presidential elections have come from those over 65—and they will be even more significant in the next several elections.

Americans also made sure Penn got a big reality check about the 2020 election.

“Sean Penn Attacks Trump – Not a Chance in Hell to Win Reelection. Remember when you went to Venezuela to prop up Hugo Chavez and help convince the country to go to socialism. I hold you personally responsible for the death and destruction in that country. You’re garbage,” tweeted Twitter user “Catturd.”

@SeanPenn you bad-mouthing the President again and don’t think that he will win again. Well numbnuts, commit to the deal that if Trump wins you will move out of America. Oh, by the way, don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out,” tweeted Al Cislo.

“Sean Penn, didn’t they also say that about the 2016 election? No chance in hell Hillary would lose? Where are we today? Trump WILL win via a smashing landslide in 2020. Better leave the USA while you can buddy!” tweeted David Montgomery.

“You can tell Sean Penn he must be in hell if he thinks Trump won’t win re-election. Also, more and more young people are waking up to the leftist socialist’s communist liberals BS!!! The young people are the remnants the left never thought would change! Young are awake Sean Penn,” tweeted “Rhondap.”

Penn, of course, has a history of publicly criticizing President Trump.

In a 2018 op-ed for Time, Sean Penn blasted President Trump as an “enemy of Americans, Republicans, Democrats, Independents and every new child born. An enemy of mankind…. an enemy of the state.”

Sean Penn joined Michael Moore and Oliver Stone in eulogizing Hugo Chavez, who brought the hellish precepts of socialism to that once-rich nation. Back in 2018, inflation, bribery, and corruption were rampant as the country experienced shortages of foodstuffs, electricity, and basic medicines.

In 2019, it’s not much better. Freshwater must be rationed, while infants and mothers die routinely in Venezuelan hospitals. The murder rate in the capital, Caracas, is 120/100,000 people, six times greater than the murder rate in Chicago.

But to Sean Penn, it wasn’t the fault of Chavez or socialism.

Penn told the Hollywood Reporter after Chavez died in 2013: “Today the people of the United States lost a friend it never knew it had. And poor people around the world lost a champion … Venezuela and its revolution will endure under the proven leadership of vice president [Nicolas] Maduro.”

Poor Sean Penn. His track record of backing murderous dictators tells us all we need to know about his skills of forecasting politics. He remains ignorant of why Donald Trump was elected in the first place, so what makes him think he can predict the 2020 election?

It’s Sean Penn who hasn’t a chance in hell. He’ll be crying copious socialist tears and threatening to move from America once again the day after President Trump is re-elected to another four years. All we can hope for is Penn makes good on his promises, but we won’t hold our breath.

The Trump-haters in Hollywood are good for one thing: being utterly in the dark on what’s really important to millions of middle-class Americans. That’s why amongst the rich and elite, Trump Derangement Syndrome will only become more widespread in 2020.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.