Rosie O’Donnell has issues. That’s no secret. And one of them is her Trump Derangement Syndrome which has made her say some pretty stupid things in the past. But she just took another visit back to crazy town with her newest conspiracy tweets.
O’Donnell clearly doesn’t have much of a life if this is all she thinks about.
She’s been desperate to somehow get President Donald Trump out of the White House even before he got in, even calling for the military to act against him before he took office. As if that would happen. Not in a sane world, but perhaps in Rosie-land.
O’Donnell was pushing the claim that Trump was having an affair with someone in the White House, a rumor thrown out there in the discredited Michael Wolff book, “Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House.”
Initially, some tried to lay the ridiculous rumor at the feet of Nikki Haley, with Wolff implying she was the person in question.
People pretty much thought that was ridiculous.
Even Mika Brzezinski who hates Trump with the passion of a thousand suns, tossed Michael Wolff out of an interview after he tried to suggest that Haley’s denials of an affair were indicative of her guilt while trying to suggest he wasn’t behind the rumor, to begin with.
With Haley not working out, O’Donnell needed to find another woman to smear.
So now O’Donnell is fixated on a new target to spread fake stories about – White House Communications Director Hope Hicks.
Hicks was in the news this week because she had been dating White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter and she came to his defense when he was accused by his two ex-wives of abuse allegations. He has since resigned from his White House position.
But that didn’t stop O’Donnell. She imagined that Porter was just a cover for Hick’s relationship with Trump.
So how is spreading ridiculous rumors about a woman with no evidence backing them being supportive of women?
Rosie really needs to step away from Twitter and concentrate on herself and her troubled family.
H/T Biz Pac Review
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]