Top Celeb Reveals Major Regret After Voting For Biden

Regrets, they’ve had a few.

“The Megyn Kelly Show” featured veteran actress Drea de Matteo, whose statements were so divisive in some Hollywood quarters that she referred to her appearance as her coming-out party.

Vaccines, the deep state, and the divisive 2020 presidential race were some of the subjects brought up by de Matteo and broadcaster Megyn Kelly.

Amid the COVID-19 panic and the racial unrest of the moment, de Matteo said that she backed Biden because he was “the lesser of two evils,” a choice she now deeply regrets.

The next presidential election is rapidly approaching, and de Matteo is now considering Trump and RFK Jr.

The actress says she loves the Kennedys and RFK Jr.’s temperament, but she admires Trump for his anti-globalism and how crass he is, a quality that many feel is something the proper needs to combat the left’s constant march toward socialism with the aid of the media and academia.

De Matteo said she desires to have those two guys on a ticket since their abilities seem complementary.

She feels Kennedy could be a great voice when Trump loses it, and then Trump is a good muscle.

Along with exposing the hypocrisy of many famous Hollywood personalities, De Matteo spoke out against the toxic atmosphere in the industry.

Although de Matteo, 52, has been a TV and movie star for over 30 years, her portrayal as Adriana La Cerva on the Emmy-winning HBO series “The Sopranos” is likely what made her famous.

Filmmaker Oliver Stone also expressed his remorse for supporting Joe Biden for president, citing his worry that the current president may lead the United States into a third world war.

Biden’s popularity rating is 39.4 percent on Monday, the 1,125th day in office. At the same time, 55.9% of Americans are unhappy with Biden’s performance. As he runs for reelection, the president’s popularity rating is pitiful. The American people are worried about Biden’s management of the economy and the U.S.-Mexico border in light of the influx of illegal migrants entering the country.