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Cher’s Latest Lazy, Asinine Attempt to Diss The Donald is Cringeworthy

How offensive can a 72 year old pop singer be?

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The cult of celebrity in America has been churning out some fairly ridiculous rhetoric as of late, all thanks to the political chicanery of the liberal left.

Hollywood, television, and the music industry have all been fairly well planted on the anti-Trump side of the fence over the course of the last two years, with no shortage of absolutely bombastic and incendiary imagery to go along with it.

One mustn’t look any further than Kathy Griffin to know that this is an undeniable truth.

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So it shouldn’t come as any surprise when Cher, of all people, turns to the laziest and sleaziest page of insults in order to vilify the President of the United States.

Pop icon and outspoken leftist  Cher said that President Donald Trump would pose for a “photo op with Hitler” if he thought it would help him be more popular with his supporters.

Cher said that she hopes there is a special hell for “LIAR, WHITE NATIONALIST, RACIST,TRAITOR,WHO’D HAVE PHOTO OP WITH HITLER,IF HE THOUGHT IT WOULD RALLY HIS BASE” in a social media post Sunday.

This is old hat for the aging pop singer.

This isn’t Cher’s first time invoking Nazi Germany to attack President Trump. In 2016, she said that Trump was a “f*cking idiot” and compared him to Hitler and Stalin.

“I was thinking despots — Stalin, Hitler — even though they said the same things, we’re going to make Germany great again, and it was at a time when the Deutsch mark I think was at 25 cents.”

The “everyone I disagree with is Hitler” argument has been one of the most common tactics of the liberal left in recent years, despite the fact this constantly downgrading The Holocaust in such a way is incredibly offensive and ignorant.

 

 

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According to TMZ, President Trump is Now Homophobic

Maybe TMZ should stick to covering which sports star is bedding which Kardashian this week, and leave the politics to the professionals.

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If you’re looking for a lesson in character assassination, the mainstream media is a willing and powerful mentor. This “infotainment” industry has been clawing at the door, so to speak, when it comes to Donald Trump’s personal beliefs.  They’ve imbued every syllable ever spoken by the President on the subject of immigration with some form of racist connotation, in an attempt to flood the media landscape with doubt and anger. It’s fear mongering, no doubt, but in a world dominated by social media’s “resistance” schtick, this is the sort of anger-fuel that sells. TMZ is no stranger to this, making their bread and butter by proposing scandalous and salacious rumors about The Kardashians for years.  Now, as they move into politics, (something no one asked for), they are bringing the same tabloid terror to the proceedings. For instance, they’ve already assumed that President Trump will let his alleged inner homophobic thoughts loose should he go head to head with 2020 democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg. Monday on “TMZ Live” founder Harvey Levin asked South Bend, IN Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, what he will do when President Donald Trump “absolutely, no doubt” makes homophobia part of his campaign against Buttigieg if he secures the Democratic nomination. Levin said, “If you end up going head to head with Donald Trump, you are an openly gay man and I have absolutely no doubt in my mind given Donald Trump’s history that the campaign will get homophobic in some way. How are you going to deal with that? Buttigieg answered, “I’m kinda used to that by now. I’m from Indiana. I’m gay as a—I don’t know, think of something really gay, and that is how gay I am. So I’m used to bullying.” There has been no evidence presented of this hateful personality trait…

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Hollywood Icon Contends that Mueller Could Still “Put Trump Away”

Robert De Niro is in Denial.

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While the nation awaits a clearer picture of what’s actually inside of Robert Mueller’s infamous report on the “RussiaGate” scandal, prominent democrats are keeping their dreams of nullifying the 2016 election alive. Mueller’s report was already summarized once by Attorney General Bill Barr in a four page letter to Congress.  Barr, quoting Mueller himself, indicated that the report did not find sufficient evidence of “conspiracy or coordination” between the Trump campaign and the Russian government – something that President Trump and his team have taken as a victory in the case. The democrats have insisted that they need to see the full report in order to validate Barr’s assessment, with many believing that the President himself is not out of harm’s way just yet. Now, their pals in Hollywood are promoting a similar idea. Actor Robert De Niro revealed in a recent interview that he still thinks that former special counsel Robert Mueller can send President Donald Trump to prison for a “long time.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Robert De Niro thinks it’s his “civic duty” to play Mueller on Saturday Night Live, and still fantasizes about him locking Trump up. “I consider it my civic duty to do that part — just to be there because [Mueller] doesn’t say much, but he doesn’t have to. It’s that simple,” said the star, who added that he still has hopes of the president serving jailtime for suspected collusion with Russia in the 2016 election. “I might even be happier the day that Mueller puts him in handcuffs, takes him in an orange jumpsuit and puts him away for a long time.” De Niro has been an outspoken and colorful critic of President Trump, having used profanity and threats of violence toward the Commander in Chief over the course of the…

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