Rosie O’Donnell Vows to Give Jeff Flake, Susan Collins $2 Million Each if They Vote Against GOP Tax Cuts

Like the national media and their Democrat allies, former comedienne Rosie O’Donnell is horrified at the idea of people being able to keep more of their own money. Using her verified Twitter account Tuesday night, the aging O’Donnell offered $2 million to both Susan Collins (R-ME) and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) in exchange for a “no” vote on Tuesday night’s tax cut vote (an act that is unquestionably illegal).

Both senators voted “yay.”

As the GOP’s historic tax bill won the approval of both the House and Senate (on a party-line vote), O’Donnell became increasingly unhinged. First there was her bribe offer…

…then she attacked the female Collins in a very personal and vicious way, that included a photo of her family and lines of objectively bad poetry that read,  “woman – mother – grandmother – sister – daughter u have betrayed us all … redeem ur soul tomorrow #NOTSEXIST.”

Referencing someone named Rachel “Meadow,” the former talk show host screamed in all caps, “FUCK U SUSAN COLLINS – U MAKE ME SICK – UR NO WOMAN.”

Wednesday morning the tax bill faces one more procedural vote in the House before heading to President Trump’s desk, where it will be signed into law.

Also included in the bill is the long-overdue opening of the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve (ANWR) to oil exploration (and the much-needed the jobs that come with it) and the repeal of the Obamacare mandate that forces every American to buy health insurance — a tax that primarily brutalizes those making $50,000 or less.

Wednesday morning, O’Donnell’s pinned tweet reads, “WE CANNOT SIT AT HOME WHILE THEY ROB OUR NATION – YOUR NEIGHBORS HEALTH CARE – FOR THE FUCKING MERCERS AND KOCH BROTHERS – FUCK THEM – RISE UP.”

O’Donnell, who is very wealthy, will almost certainly benefit from this tax cut. As of yet, however, there is no indication from the TV actress if she intends to donate her tax cut back to the U.S. Treasury, something that everyone opposed to tax cuts can do with relative ease, although they never seem to.

 

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