Rosie O’Donnell in MELTDOWN Mode After Third Presidential Debate

Rosie O’Donnell in MELTDOWN Mode After Third Presidential Debate

Rosie O’Donnell is one of the most vocal liberal celebrities in Hollywood. She hates conservatives and makes no secret of that. So her commentary on last night’s presidential debate was expected to be hate-filled and full of insanity, and true to form, O’Donnell did not disappoint.


Strangely, O’Donnell started off her Twitter meltdown by making the debate all about her… even though it’s safe to say that virtually no one was thinking about her. Why would anyone be thinking about a D-list celebrity during a presidential debate? But O’Donnell lives in some kind of narcissistic fantasy land apparently:

Trump and O’Donnell have been open about their dislike for each other, but Trump probably wasn’t concerned about O’Donnell last night. But O’Donnell was just getting started letting the crazy loose.

Yes, the first debate moderator to actually be unbiased, who has received widespread praise for his performance last night, didn’t get approval from Rosie O’Donnell. Chris Wallace was surely heartbroken.

The crazy train was only picking up steam, though. Then, O’Donnell started using some pretty insane profanity (caution for language):

It must be hard to be irrelevant.

Of course, O’Donnell was hardly the only celebrity to tweet out hatred for Trump last night — Bill Maher, Chelsea Handler, Michael Moore and scores of other b-list celebrities also complained on Twitter about Trump. Of course, not many celebrities are known for their brilliant political minds, so tweeting a bunch of profanity and kindergarten-level insults is probably not likely to persuade many people.

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