Rosie O’Donnell: Paul Ryan ‘will go straight to hell’

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Rosie O’Donnell got into the spirit of the season on Christmas Day by telling House Speaker Paul Ryan he “will go straight to hell” after he posted a Christmas video message on Twitter Saturday, honoring the birth of Jesus.

“[P]aul ryan – don’t talk about Jesus after what u just did to our nation – u will go straight to hell,” O’Donnell wrote Monday, adding, “U screwed up fake altar boy.”

She embellished her Christmas Day attack with the hashtag: “#JUDASmuch” in a reference to the disciple who betrayed Jesus.

The Trump-hating actress and comedienne is apparently angry after her ploy to offer $2M to GOP lawmakers if they voted against the GOP tax bill last week tanked. Bribing Sens. Jeff Flake and Susan Collins didn’t work–no GOP senator voted against Trump’s signature legislative achievement–so O’Donnell went after Ryan on Christmas.

A rep for Ryan responded only by saying: “We wish everyone a Merry Christmas!”

It’s one of many Twitter wars the ex-View host has engaged in lately. Last week, she got into it with our own Dennis Michael Lynch. Here’s what we all learned from that quick-witted response: “My right ass cheek has a F*CK U TRUMP TATTOO.”

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro reported an obscene tweet O’Donnell posted about him last week that said “Suck my d___ Ben,” according to Fox News.

The two also became embroiled over the GOP tax plan.

Shapiro reported the “harassment” to Twitter to see if the social media giant would take action against a liberal. Twitter initially declined to delete the tweet, but then reversed course.

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