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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Mentally unstable Rosie O'Donnell wants to stop inauguration

Rosie O'Donnell is at her wits end as the New Year has passed and January 20th looms on the horizon. Of course, I'm referring to Inauguration Day when Donald J. Trump raises his somewhat small right hand and takes the oath of office.

It's eating her up. 

The 54-year-old below-average-in-talent lesbian tweeted Sunday that the President-elect is "mentally unstable" and that America has "less than 3 weeks to stop him." She did not offer ways in which America should or could stop him, but she's leaving that up to the myriad imaginations of the leftist public.

This is just one of many times that the morose and rather obese comedian has gone after Trump. She has referred to him as "the worst representation of what the United States is or could be." 

Her tirade was short on detail and high on venom.

The Trump-O'Donnell comedy team has been sparring publicly for more than ten years, since the time in 2006 when Rosie publicly criticized Donald for refusing to fire disgraced beauty queen Tara Conner. In fact, their feud fueled some of Trump's campaign and took center stage at the GOP debate on Fox News when Megyn Kelly asked him about his using derogatory language to insult women and he shot back, "Only Rosie O'Donnell."

Sadly, Rosie swore to leave the United States if Trump won the election but did not keep her word and refused to go.

When she made that promise Trump said, "Oh, I love it . . . Now I have to get elected because I'm going to do a great service to our country. Now it's much more important. In fact, I'll immediately get off this call and start campaigning right now."

Perhaps we should all get together and tweet Rosie, asking her to just go.