Rosie Disturbed: “I Seriously Worry Whether I Will Be Able to Live Through Trump Presidency”
Rosie O’Donnell is famous for playing the weak victim and now she has become totally unhinged over the Trump Presidency.
For years, Rosie has attacked Trump a lot more than he has even mentioned her, yet she claims that he bullies her.
In actuality, he has always responded to the attacks by Rosie. I have raised children. It is a classic child’s antic to start a fight and then claim victim after the antagonizing gets a response. While I do not like it when Trump goes off on people, this is clearly bad behavior on the part of Rosie.
She was recently interviewed for W Magazine and claims that she worries she won’t even make it though a Trump Presidency. That is so weak. I thought she was tougher than that. Aren’t modern women supposed to be strong?
Interesting that the 2nd sentence in the article states:
Donald Trump has publicly feuded with and bullied O’Donnell since December 2006, when she called him a “snake oil salesman” during a segment on The View, on which she had a brief run as co-host.
Exactly as I described it.
She started it, “when she called him a “snake oil salesman” and then when he responded to her antagonistic comments, she claims he bullied her. What a liberal. If you cannot take the heat Rosie, stay out of politics and stick with comedy. You are not tough enough for politics. It is tough.
No, she would rather cry ‘victim’.
The fourth sentence states:
For her part, O’Donnell has publicly criticized Trump and his politics for over a decade, responding in protest on Twitter and at the White House earlier this year.
I rest my case!
She concludes the interview with the following. Again, it is a defeatist victim attitude. It is far from “I am strong and I can do anything I set my mind to.”
I haven’t done any interviews since he’s been elected. Today’s the first day of doing interviews. I haven’t been on television doing interviews since he’s been elected, so when I do the press for this show that will be the first time, and it has taken me a full year to integrate the reality of him being a president in a way that I don’t come across as either so full of rage that no one can hear my words, or so sad that I can’t articulate the level of pain.
It’s taken a year for me to get my equilibrium back, to come back up to the surface, to really go, “Okay, every Monday is the hope that this is the last week”—and every Friday is a devastation.
There are people who tell me, “Oh it’s going to be another year, another two years,” and I seriously worry whether I personally will be able to live through [his presidency] and whether the nation will be able to live through it and survive. It’s a terrifying concept, on the brink of nuclear war with a madman in charge. And the ineptitude—the impotence of people who should be able to stop him claiming they can’t—is absolutely infuriating.
I really thought the whole women’s lib deal was that women were tough. That they were able to do anything. Rosie embodies the opposite. She embodies weakness. It is so sad, the victim mentality.