Written by DML
Liberal haters like Rosie O’Donnell can only take so much truth until they crumble. The lonely comedian who disgraces herself on a daily basis has blocked yours truly on Twitter.
Rosie and I have gone back and forth in a battle of words over the past few weeks on Twitter, but the battle has come to an end with Rosie tossing in the white towel.
It all started shortly after her attempt to bride Republican lawmakers into not signing the GOP tax bill. The offer she made to pay $2M cash to both Sen. Collins (R-Maine) and Sen. Flake (R-Arizona) is illegal, and if prosecuted it could lead to a prison sentence and multi-million dollar fine.
Shortly after her bribe, she wrote a tweet which I later responded to. Rosie tweeted: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. ~ Mahatma Gandhi”
I tweeted back at her: “First your a bad comedian, then your a bad actress, then a know-little talk host, then you are completely irrelevant. — The life of Rosie”
In my response, I used “your” instead of “you’re” because Twitter has a character count limit. Quite often tweets will include “u” instead of “you”, or “2” instead of “too” as a way to limit characters. Everyone using Twitter gets it. Everyone but Rosie.
Only a lame person like O’Donnell would respond back with a critique of my use of “your”, and in doing so use “u” to deliver the critique.
Rosie responded to my original tweet, by writing: “first u get a blue check – then u forget the you’re rules – then u make up facts – then u tweet at someone “irrelevant”
I responded to Rosie’s tweet immediately: “Let me ask “u” this Rosie, the $2M you tried to bribe government officials with, was that the money “u” will be saving from the
@realDonaldTrump tax cuts? Side note: deep down I’m thinking your inner anger stems from not being cast as Fred Flinstone. Betty just wasn’t “u.”
There were a few more exchanges, but what led to her blocking me was when I asked her about going to jail for her bribes. I wrote: “
@Rosie, aka the comedian who isnt funny, may finally give us all a huge wet ur pants laugh. She faces possible prison time & mega fine 4 her asinine tweets! Rosie, perhaps u’ll get cell next toHillary & fall in love. I’ll do my part by sending soap. LMAO.Hysterical, aint it Rosie?”
I’ll miss Rosie. But I sure do hope Team DML takes to Twitter and reminds her of how weak it is to block someone who is simply telling the truth.
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