Rosie O’Donnell demands that “too old” Republican senators retire… no comment about Democrat senators who are the same age.
Rosie O’Donnell weighed in on the Kavanaugh situation saying that Sen. Chuck Grassley and Orrin Hatch were “too old” and “should be done” with politics, ignoring the fact that many Democrat politicians are just as old.
O’Donnell came out swinging Friday saying that “grassley and hatch – too old – they should be done – come on – at thanksgiving we don’t let the 85 year olds carve the turkey retire,” Rosie O’Donnell tweeted.
grassley and hatch – too old – they should be done – come on – at thanksgiving we don't let the 85 year olds carve the turkey #retire
— ROSIE (@Rosie) September 20, 2018
Indeed, Chuck Grassley is 85 and Orrin Hatch is 84, but California Democrat Dianne Feinstein, a major player in the recent Senate hearings over Brett Kavanaugh, is also 85.
Indeed, Maryland Democratic Senator Ben Cardin is 74, Vermont’s Senator Patrick Leahy is 78, and Bernie Sanders is 77.
And when compared to congressional Republicans, Democrats have a clear edge. The average age of the GOP leadership is 48, while Democrats’ average age is 72.
Rosie O’Donnell’s Twitter presence has long been over-the-top and anti-all-things Trump and Republican. Earlier this month, the former co-host of The View said that voting for Brett Kavanaugh was voting to kill women in a tweet.
— ROSIE (@Rosie) September 7, 2018
The 56-year-old also used her Twitter to say that anyone who works with President Trump is a “fucking Nazi.”
“if u stand next 2 and work with adolf trump – yes u fucking are a nazi,” O’Donnell tweeted in August 2017.
if u stand next 2 and work with adolf trump – yes u fucking are a nazi @Amoral_Drumpf
— ROSIE (@Rosie) August 15, 2017
O’Donnell saying that people who support President Trump is a Nazi set off a backlash.
#ImNotANazi …I'm a Patriot. I don't hate anyone. I love this country. That means I love its people. But I do believe in preserving culture
— President (@trumptakes2020) August 15, 2017
I metaphorically stand with our president–100%. I've never met him in person, but I hope to someday have the honor.
— Chris L (@heroicslug) August 16, 2017
Charles Borner is exactly right, the left has been calling everyone who does not agree with them a Nazi, “Overuse of “Nazi” has essentially rendered it meaningless. For you, it’s anyone who disagrees with your ideology.”
Overuse of "Nazi" has essentially rendered it meaningless. For you, it's anyone who disagrees with your ideology.
— Charles Borner (@charlesborner) August 17, 2017