Trump Just Dropped The MOAB On Liberal Windbag Rosie After What She Just Said To Him – This HAD To Hurt

In case you weren’t keeping up, Rosie O’Donnall and Donald Trump have an ongoing feud that is at least 10 years old. The two have been taking pot shots at one another over literally everything for the last decade, and somehow the world continues to turn. The problems began so long ago it’s hard to decide who is more deserving of the blame, but basically, Rosie isn’t really used to anybody putting her in her place and Trump seems to really enjoy doing it.

Via Biz Pac Review:

“Of all the fickle liberal celebrities now hyperventilating over President Trump’s firing of former FBI Director James Comey, even though they were publicly calling for the man’s dismissal only months ago when he was on the ‘wrong side’ of the Hillary Clinton email scandal, perhaps the most prominent is Rosie O’Donnell.

If only because of the particularly visceral public animosity between the actress and President Trump.

So, here’s what O’Donnell tweeted after hearing about Comey’s dismissal:

And here’s what she tweeted back in December and as late as March:

A fact which wasn’t lost on President Trump, who couldn’t resist calling Rosie out for her obvious hypocrisy.

With a link to O’Donnell’s “fire Comey” tweet from December, Trump wrote, “We finally agree on something Rosie.”

So, what did Rosie have to say after taking one of the most EPIC knockout punches in social media history? Not much, just some vague premonitions and name-calling that had nothing to do with Trump’s original tweet.

There were plenty of cheerleaders for Trump on this one, but journalist Mike Cernovich had the best advice:

And Finally:

Dice is kind of dancing around a saying that my mother always liked to repeat; don’t wrestle with a pig. You’ll just get dirty and the pig likes it.

I think it’s safe to say that in this battle of the titans, Trump won. You sort of get to say that you won everything once you become the leader of the free world. It’s the ultimate king of the hill position, and everybody knows it (with the possible exception of Kim Jung-un, but he’ll be figuring that out soon enough). I don’t think we should see this as so much of a feud as just an old habit for President Trump. The man obviously enjoys a good tif now and then, and Rosie is always good for one. The difference being that he just keeps on doing what he’s doing (which is being madly successful) and she keeps on getting angrier and angrier until you can almost see her head explode in a massive mushroom cloud of liberal hatred.

While I’m probably the biggest proponent of free speech that you’ll ever meet, I’m not exactly sure what makes O’Donnell really think she’s qualified to speak to the President about that on political issues. Of course, it’s probably a nice shot in the arm to her self-esteem to send out a tweet to what is arguably the most powerful man in the world and get to know that she took up a few seconds of his time to tweet her back. But beyond that, how is this helpful to anyone? I guess she might be a part of “the resistance” like Hillary, but I’m not totally sure what they’re resisting. As his tweet so hilariously pointed out, the President did what she wanted to be done. I guess in her mind, apologies are in order since he didn’t keep up with what her fickle desires were enough to know that she’d changed her mind.

Also, what ever happened to respect for the office? I know that this feud pre-dates his induction into office, but now he does hold the office, and I thin that warrants a little respect. I’m sorry that someone was elected that you don’t just love, but he can’t help that he’s not a woman. If you don’t like it, you’re welcome to campaign against him next time. I’m sure he’d absolutely love to see you at the podium across from him during the presidential debates. Then we’d really get to see how much America likes your opinions.

Also on that subject, since when do we get our political cues from comedians? Isn’t it their job to be reductions and on the nose? Given, O’Donnall does a pretty good job of actually being a joke, which is enough for most of us, but it doesn’t actually give her any political credibility. I’m sorry that you’re sad you lost. I’m sorry that you don’t see things the way we do, but the time for division is over. You’d actually do more for your cause if you could quit being irate and try speaking with some clarity.

(Source: Biz Pac Review)

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