Rosie O’Donnell’s renowned hatred for President Trump has been persistent for a long time.
It began in 2006 when she publicly scrutinized him when she was a co-host on The View for being a “snake-oil salesman on Little House on The Prairie” and “not a self-made man.”That’s when the feud between them began.
And now the failed comedian’s latest Trump-hating action against our President is truly one of her most pathetic public outcries.
Isn’t it odd that some of these celebrities with failing or non-existent careers use President Trump as a scapegoat to become relevant again?
Kathy Griffin, Chelsea Handler, Bette Midler, Cher and Rosie O’Donnell are just a few of those Hollywood elites who use twitter as their main platform to attack Trump, his family, and his administration.
But O’Donnell is inarguably one of Trump’s biggest vitriolic-spreading haters and her latest protest against our current administration was a real eye-opener.
On Monday, Rosie led a group of Broadway actors to the front gate of the White House, where they sang their little hearts out against Trump.
— ROSIE (@Rosie) August 1, 2018
Kremlin annex? This is the kind of hyperbolic liberal outrage we’ve come to expect from the far-left.
O’Donnell sang songs from the iconic Les Miserables, which is essentially about a police officersearching for a former prisoner who violated his parole. It’s perplexing as to why she used this particular musical, but she was obviously making a statement in how it relates to Trump.
Was she inferring that President Trump is the persistent Inspector Javert? It’s quite a puzzle.
The other actors also sang “A Brand New Day” from The Wiz, and “Climb Every Mountain” from The Sound of Music.
The actors were performers in such Broadway hits as Wicked, Hamilton, Phantom of the Opera, The King and I, and Les Miserables.
The crowd size was embarrassingly paltry, and even though the White House gets screaming liberals at the front gate on a daily basis, the crowd size seemed rather lame for an event featuring a celebrity.
But, amazingly, O’Donnell just won’t let her hostility towards Trump go.
This longtime feud is now one-sided because Trump has better things to do like Make America Great Again.
He once tried to bury the hatchet with Rosie in 2012 when she suffered a heart attack. Trump tweeted at her, “Rosie, get better fast. I’m starting to miss you!”
O’Donnell seemed to be genuinely surprised when she responded, “well thank u donald – i must admit ur post was a bit of a shock … r u trying to kill me ?”
Nevertheless, O’Donnell has pursued Trump like the character of Javert in Les Miserables.
And there she was on Monday, outside of the White House, singing into a void.
Trump was likely completely unaware as he’s too busy dealing with a biased mainstream media and Democrats who want him impeached.
He’s attacked on a daily basis on all fronts, so Rosie O’Donnell is no big deal to him.