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Democrat Activist Once Had Rap Career With Songs About Killing Trump, Barron Being Molested

Democrat political commentator Dash Dobrofsky has rapped about killing 45th President Donald Trump, former Attorney General Bill Barr, anti-Trump Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, along with fantasies of Rep. Jim Jordan molesting the former president’s youngest son, Barron Trump.

Dobrofsky, a 25-year-old former actor, currently spends his days on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok, ranting about alleged corruption and violence perpetuated by Donald Trump and the Republican Party, claiming that the former President and the GOP are “riling up” people to commit violent acts, and that the party is a “cruel terrorist crime syndicate.”

Dobrofsky, who repeatedly praises mainstream Democrats, such as Pennsylvania’s John Fetterman, Rep. Eric Swalwell, and the Governor of his state, Gavin Newsom, has posted false or highly misleading information on Twitter, such as claiming that the Hunter Biden laptop is not real.

Despite arguing that Republicans are causing and threatening violence across the country, rap videos created by the social media commentator have been unearthed.

Dobrofsky can be heard repeatedly discussing killing Trump, McConnell, Barr, and other high profile Republicans considered by the mainstream left to be aligned with Trump.

In the song “Raging Bullsh*t,” reposted to Twitter by investigative reporter Tayler Hansen, Dobrofsky compared Trump to King Joffrey from Game of Thrones, who was poisoned by another character, Lady Tyrell.

“Big ego big-bellied King Geoffrey [Joffrey], your tale does not end well,” Dobrofsky rapped. “I’mma de-throne you, Jon Snow poison that diet coke, watch you choke, I’m Lady Tyrell.”

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He later goes onto imply with the line, “prison gunk, XL jumpsuit, soap bars, no Vaseline is where you’re going” that Trump would be forcibly raped after being thrown in jail, and that he would “kill Bill Barr like Tarantino.”

In a second song, “Plump Fiction,” reposted by Damin Toell, Dobrofsky made implicit references that Trump was Russian President Vladimir Putin’s puppet, and gave him blowjobs. “Demon semen streaming down your spray-tanned mask you’re so demeaning,” he said. “Wipe that Putin cream out of your daily briefing.”

After another Game of Thrones reference, the Democrat commentator said that he would “slice McConnell’s neck pouch open like a mandoline,” and once he, Trump, and others were dead, he would dance on their graves with fellow commentator Brooklyn Dad.

A rather sick line from Dobrofsky implied that Rep. Jim Jordan would molest then 14-year-old Barron Trump, “crossing swords” in the locker room, with the phrase referring to a sexual act where two men rub their genitals together.

Further lines and images included the video suggested that Trump has incestuous relationships with his daughter, Ivanka, and that he and former Epstein attorney Alan Dershowitz preyed on 6th graders on Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean island.

A third song, “President Evil,” has Dobrofsky encouraging Trump to visit Ford’s Theatre with him and John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln, adding that he hoped he would “croak” after catching COVID-19.

Further lines include the commentator wishing that it was Trump who had died in the fatal helicopter accident that killed famed basketball star Kobe Bryant, along with implying that Ivanka Trump provided oral sex to Chinese leader Xi Jingping.

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After Dobrosky’s videos were exposed by Hansen and Toell, he attempted to remove the videos from the internet, with the commentator initially privating the videos about killing Trump on his YouTube channel, and later scrubbing them from his Uncovering the Truth account on Twitter.

However, archive links show the videos available on his Twitter and YouTube accounts. The handle shown in the videos, @thebr0keb0i, appears to be the former handle of the Uncovering The Truth account, with a Twitter search revealing replies from others to his account before he changed it.

A further examination of the YouTube channel now known as Dash Dobrofsky archive, shows the same @thebr0keb0i handle being advertised in the description of his videos. This handle was credited as both the writer and performer of all of the raps posted.

At the time of all of the videos, Trump was still in office as president. Under US Code Title 18, Section 871, it is a federal crime to threaten to kill the President of the United States, punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of $250,000, though most agree that music does not pose an “imminent threat.”

 

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