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Anti-Trump Bette Midler Spreads Unfounded Racist Conspiracy That Blacks At Trump Rally Were PAID

Dude. Take a seat.

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Oh, look.

Another far-left Hollywood blowhard has decided to float a wild conspiracy theory about President Trump and his 2020 campaign.

Reasons like this are why Trump will win again.

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On Wednesday morning, Hollywood actress/singer/political guru Bette Midler, who has called President Trump a racist, issued a racist tweet of her own, deciding that black men pictured in the background behind President Trump at a Trump rally must have been paid to be there and labeling them “blackground.” She tweeted, “Look, there are African American men in this shot! How much did he pay them to be ‘blackground’?”

Look, there are African American men in this shot! How much did he pay them to be “blackground”?

Dear #JackDorsey, why don’t you help your country & the planet, by kicking #Trump off #Twitter? Or shutting down until the next election? You’ve made more than enough money & Trump is strangling the free world w/his racist bile. Be strong! You can improve the course of history!

On Sunday, Midler called Trump a racist, tweeting to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, “Dear Jack Dorsey, why don’t you help your country and your planet, by kicking #Trump off of #Twitter? Or shutting down until the next election? You’ve made more than enough money and Trump is strangling the free world w/his racist bile. Be strong. You can improve the course of history!”

A Trump tweet about “psycho” Midler from June:

Washed up psycho @BetteMidler was forced to apologize for a statement she attributed to me that turned out to be totally fabricated by her in order to make “your great president” look really bad. She got caught, just like the Fake News Media gets caught. A sick scammer!

The aging actress is certainly no fan of the president, and has spent a great deal of her public time finding new ways to lambast the commander-in-chief.

For many Americans, however, this tweet from Midler went far too far.

https://twitter.com/BetteMidler/status/1068522025742872578

The replies to Midler were downright savage.

https://twitter.com/lisamactor/status/1068590985544900611

Last year, it took only two weeks for a liberal lunatic to act on the dog whistle sent by Kathy Griffin with her grotesque beheading stunt.

How long will it take before Midler’s call to arms is answered?

Save conservative media!

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