Bette Midler says Trump will 'rule until he dies, you die, or both' after impeachment acquittal
The actress was responding to a pinned meme to Trump's Twitter account which mocked the Democrats and postulated that he was here to stay for many, many years to come
Actress Bette Midler had another Twitter meltdown after President Donald Trump's impeachment acquittal, this time proclaiming that if he is re-elected in November, he will "rule you until he dies, you die, or both.”
“HE PINNED THIS,” said Midler of a meme tweeted by the president. “YOU THINK THIS IS A JOKE, DON’T YOU? IT’S NOT. HE MEANS IT. HE WILL CHANGE THE RULES AND HIS ENABLERS WILL LET HIM. IF HE WINS AGAIN, HE WILL RULE YOU UNTIL HE DIES, YOU DIE, OR BOTH. THEN...YOU’LL GET IVANKA."
Trump pinned the said tweet on Wednesday after being acquitted in the Senate on both articles of impeachment, sparking outrage among his critics as usual, Breitbart reports.
The president is seen in the hilarious tweet trolling Democrats with a fake TIME Magazine cover zooming in on Trump campaign signs that continue for hundreds and thousands of years up to the year 90000, before the counter eventually ends with a sign reading "TRUMP 4EVA" [forever].
But the president's viral tweet was not the only thing that triggered Middler on Wednesday.
The 'Loose Women' star lamented earlier in the day why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) did not rip up Trump's State of the Union speech into “little, teeny, tiny pieces” and throw them at his face.
“Last night?” Midler tweeted. “Too bad Nancy didn’t tear that speech into little, teeny, tiny pieces and throw that blizzard of lies right back in his face!”
What's more? The 'Freak Show' actress also attacked “dribbling” and “irrelevant” individuals who gave President Trump standing ovations during his SOTU address. “It was amazing to see so many dribbling, irrelevant old farts struggle to their feet so many times last night,” she wrote. “I was worried about several of them, who looked like they needed a gurney and an IV!!”
Midler has always wished for Trump's downfall. In 2018, the actress fantasized about Special Counsel Robert Mueller hanging the president and his family “good and high.”
And last summer, she suggested that somebody in Trump's “camp” should “shiv” or stab him. “Maybe someone in his camp can gently give him a shiv,” Midler wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “I mean, shove.”