Michael Rapaport Goes Off on ‘Selfish F–k’ Mike Pence Over NFL Walkout (Video)

“Your mouth looks like a petrified a–hole,” actor informs vice president

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Michael Rapaport is calling a foul on you, Mike Pence.

Vice President Pence came under fire from “Atypical” star Rapaport on Sunday, after Pence walked out on a football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Indianapolis Colts as soon as it started, purportedly out of protest over the players’ protests during the national anthem over the weekend.

Rapaport didn’t mince words, calling Pence a “selfish f–k” whose “mouth looks like a petrified a–hole.”

He also suggested that Pence, whose relationship with the gay community might best be described as chilly, might have more than a toe or two in the closet.

“Vice president Mike White Pence left the Colts-’49ers game as soon as it started because he was so offended by the players’ kneeling and protesting, “Rapaport began. “You selfish f–k, you. You should have given those tickets to somebody who would have appreciated it, you f–k.”

The actor continued, “Of course, he put this out in a statement because he’s afraid to speak in public, because he might scream out, ‘I-I-I love dick.’”

Rapaport wasn’t done there. By a long shot.

“Vice president White Mike Pence, the world’s most famous person with no lips. Yo, White Mike Pence — your mouth looks like a petrified a–hole,” the actor added.

Rapaport then took aim at Pence’s relationship with his wife.

“Mike Pence is such a sick f–k that he refers to his wife as ‘mother,’ and he won’t be around another woman without a chaperone. Even I don’t know how to follow that up,” Rapaport said.

“Mike Pence is the worldwide leader in hating gay and lesbian people. Come on, man, we know what the fuck that is. Come on out, man; wear that pink and purple lipstick,” Rapaport continued. “The good people in the LGBT community will welcome you with open arms, and you could welcome them with an open mouth.”

Pence made a hasty exit from the game in his home state of Indiana after a number of players on the 49ers knelt during the national anthem.

“I left today’s Colts game because President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem,” Pence later said in a statement.

Watch Rapaport offer his thoughts on the exits in the video.