Bette Midler: “Why Would Anyone Vote For Hideous Trump….He Killed 220,000 million of us!”


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Bette Midler is back at it again.

Here Trump Derangement Syndrome really flared up recently when she went on a Twitter rant about President Trump.

F-bombs, all caps, lots of exclamation points….oh, and a Biden-esque blunder.

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Yup.

Just like her buddy Biden, Bette thinks Trump has killed 220,000 MILLION people.

So, 220,000 x 1,000,000 is…..a lot.

I don’t even know what that number is.

It’s not a real number.

It’s way more than the people currently alive on the face of the Earth.

See it here:

And in case she tries to delete the Tweet, no worries, we screenshot it for her.

BOOM:

These were my favorite replies:

Poor “Peggy” tried to help her out but still goofed it up.

I guess Liberals just aren’t that smart?

Peggy, sweetheart, that would be 220,000,000.

Math is hard, I get it.

Remember just a few weeks ago when Bette mocked President Trump for coming down with COVID?

Stay classy Bette!

From the NY Daily News:

The Divine Miss M showed no mercy for her old Twitter rival President Trump, who announced late Thursday that he and the first lady tested positive for COVID-19.

“Gee, woke up this morning to learn Donald and Melania have tested positive for Covid-19,” the “Beast of Burden” Bette Midler wrote. “How can a HOAX infect anyone? That’s a new one on me.”

While the president hasn’t called the virus a “hoax” per se, he and his surrogates have downplayed its dangers and said Trump’s political rivals are using his alleged mismanagement of the pandemic as a “hoax” to injure him politically.

Middler finished her morning tweet by mocking a statement the president made in April about the possibility of injecting disinfectants into infected patients to cure COVID-19.

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“I’m sure he’s taking the Clorox cocktail, but it’s so unpleasant,” she said. “Thoughts and prayers.”

“Thoughts and prayers” is a boilerplate phrase commonly used by politicians after tragedies that produce casualties.

Midler also expressed skepticism over the embattled president’s claim of testing positive for COVID-19 with an election looming.

“You may have something there,” she responded to a tweet asking the White House to make the test results public.

The long-running feud between Midler and Trump predates the former reality TV star’s political career. TheLos Angeles Times reports that Midler first mean-tweeted Trump in 2012.



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