Unhinged ‘Sopranos’ Star Calls For Future Gens To Exterminate Republicans

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Steven Van Zandt portrayed Silvio Dante in The Sopranos to universal acclaim. He now plays guitar and mandolin in Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.

Van Zandt also spent his Easter fantasizing about “exterminating” Republicans.

Sunday afternoon, the lonely 72-year-old man lashed out in a now-deleted Twitter tirade against those who support the Second Amendment.

Van Zandt called said individuals “Republican White Supremicist scumbag cowards and p*ssies that need guns to feel like real men.”

Stevie then claimed future generations will violently murder Republicans who support the right to self-defense.

Got all that?

If not, you will have to read the following screenshot as Van Zant exterminated the Twitter thread:

Kill those damn cockroaches.

Steven Van Zandt is aging like Keith Olbermann: in angst, horror, and patheticness.

Clearly, Easter didn’t bring Van Zandt much joy this year.

Even after the first deleted tweet, Van Zandt dropped another now-deleted doozy, calling the Right “Foxsucking scumbag Russian bots and MAGOTT cockroaches” who “take away … women’s rights,” prevent “black people from voting,” “harass” trans people, and “shoot … kids.”

Well, actually, Stevie, the Nashville shooting says otherwise…

At least this gem remains live on his timeline:

So much for his claim of being “a peace loving ‘60s hippie.”

Unfortunate it is to see one of the previous generation’s most skilled television performers fade so close to entering a padded room with a white jacket.

Perhaps the state of Van Zandt is to explain why Lilyhammer was abruptly canceled: Van Zandt is hardly cognitively sane.

As evidenced by his Easter Sunday calling for Republicans to die by the sword.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics..

Burack has become a prominent voice in media and has been featured on several shows across OutKick and industry related podcasts and radio stations.


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