Rosie O’Donnell Offers $2 MILLION in Cash to Any Republican Senator Who Kills Tax Reform

Rosie O’Donnell Offers $2 MILLION in Cash to Any Republican Senator Who Kills Tax Reform

Rosie O’Donnell, known to Trump as a “real loser” and a “woman out of control,” is resorting to felonies to get her way.

With the late-night passing of the new tax reform bill (due back in the House for a second vote shortly), Rosie O’Donnell desperately tweeted that she would give two million dollars in cash to Republican Senator Susan Collins and Senator Jeff Flake, each, if they would stop the bill.

If you’re not up with the lingo the kids use on the Internet these days, DM stands for Direct Message.

Rosie’s tweets continued, saying that:


The Mercers and Kochs are two families known for funding conservative causes. Of course, it’s fine if Rosie wants to use her millions of dollars to twist the arms of legislators, but conservatives funding online news magazines and hosting fundraisers is the end of the nation.

And the nerve to think that she could attack Senator Collins for “betraying” us all, telling her to ask God for forgiveness. Yeah, bribing legislators is exactly what God told us all to do.

When Twitter users pointed out that it’s illegal to bribe officials in government and that it might be smarter (and more legal) to follow the path of the Mercers and Kochs and legally fund her favorite candidates and causes, Rosie disagreed. She justified it by saying that since the tax bill will kill Americans, she will give out that 2 million to any Republican Senator to save those lives. It’s a criminal bill! Therefore, Rosie is in the right.

Her final message reads like a poem:

“if this bill passes
democracy is done
raping the nation
in public
with gleeful abandon
gavel man is satan
16 hours
and its over
on our watch”

Gavel man? You mean Paul Ryan? I’m pro-Trump, so I’m no great fan of Ryan, but calling him Satan is a bit far.

In October, Rosie announced that she had taken time off of giving interviews since the election of Donald Trump because she needed personal time to “integrate the reality” of his presidency. She wanted to cool off before she spoke to the press, so she didn’t “come across as either so full of rage that no one can hear my words, or so sad that I can’t articulate the level of pain.” She went on to say that she was not sure if she would be able to live through his time in office and that the nation itself may not “live through it and survive,” either.

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Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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