Wildly. Yes, it is those of us who believed our lying ears and eyes who didn't understand what she really meant.
The garbage-mouth irrelevant singer directed her ire at President Trump and told the crowd that she had been angry after the election and had thought "an awful lot about blowing up the White House."
Realizing that her threatening words could actually get her in trouble, she went on Instagram to "clarify" what she was "trying to say."
By 'blowing up,' she meant simply blowing, by the 'White House,' she simply meant the house down the street from where she lives because it's due for demolition and she was just trying to speed up the process.
But actually, she didn't really say that--I was only teasing.
What she meant by wanting to blow up the White House was actually her attempt at expressing her philosophy that there are two ways to respond to Trump's election: with hope [and not blow up the White House] or with outrage [and blowing up the White House and killing everyone inside]. She said she hopes to effect change "with love."
And by "love" she meant sex, and having it with as many anti-Trump people as humanly possible for a woman her advanced age.
Her Instagram propaganda said that she doesn't promote violence and we should listen to her speech [with the children out of the room] "in its entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context."
Then we should buy her records.
After she performed for the crowd she led them in a chant of "I'M NOT YOUR BITCH!"
She was just kidding.
What's not to love?