Rosie O’Donnell has sparked outrage on social media after she used her personal Twitter account to promote an online video game that allows players to push President Donald Trump off of a cliff.
“Push Trump Off A Cliff Again,” O’Donnell tweeted to her one million-plus followers Saturday, with a link to a website called pushtrumpoffacliffagain.com.
Push Trump Off A Cliff Again https://t.co/YguB3aG8EP
— ROSIE (@Rosie) July 15, 2017
The game allows player to push President Trump off a cliff, into a volcano, into a manhole, or have him eaten by a Tyrannosaurus Rex. To date, the game’s kill count is north of three million.
Twitter users hammered O’Donnell’s promotion of the controversial game, with some pointing out that advocating violence against a president is the stuff of “sick” individuals.
Interesting – you got bent out of shape with the CNN memes but this is okay? Hypocrisy thy name is Rosie.
— Pete Athens❌#QFDShadowban temporarily lifted (@athynz1) July 17, 2017
One can dislike the President whomever he/she is, without suggesting any type of violence. Lead by example.
— BethGrantDeRoos (@BethGrantDeRoos) July 19, 2017
The amount of time wasted by playing this game by the many people is astounding. What have we fallen to. Like him or not he's our potus.
— Bryant (@buckraven89) July 19, 2017
Violence against the President? Not so good.
— Sherry Swain (@SherrySwain) July 15, 2017
you are a sick individual,get some help!!🇱🇷
— Karin Brown (@KarinBr87505385) July 18, 2017
I loathe Trump, but this is not cool.
— Jack Hodgson (@jackhodgson) July 15, 2017
While O’Donnell and Trump have been adversaries for nearly a decade, the former View co-host’s hatred has intensified since the election.
O’Donnell has also taken shots at Trump’s family members, and in March urged First Lady Melania Trump to divorce the president and “flee.”
– which is y u need to divorce him – take ur son n parents and FLEE
— ROSIE (@Rosie) March 29, 2017
O’Donnell’s promotion of a game that allows people to kill President Trump comes mere months after Kathy Griffin’s ISIS-inspired photograph of her holding a bloody replica of President Trump’s head, and the Julius Caesar play in Central Park which depicted the brutal stabbing of a Trump-like character.