Bette Midler tells Kayleigh McEnany ‘go f**k yourself’, Internet slams actor, says 'doubt she's from Harvard'

Midler also threw shade at McEnany's Harvard Law degree via a tweet and said, 'With all due respect, Kayleigh, go f**k yourself. IMHO, Harvard has a lot to answer for'


                            Bette Midler tells Kayleigh McEnany ‘go f**k yourself’, Internet slams actor, says 'doubt she's from Harvard'
Kayleigh McEnany and Bette Midler (Getty Images)

Actress Bette Midler told White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany to "go f**k herself" after McEnany had taken to Twitter to share news about the Wayne County Board of Canvassers' decision declining to certify their part of the Michigan vote.

Midler also threw shade at McEnany's Harvard Law degree via a tweet on Wednesday, November 18. Midler wrote, "With all due respect, Kayleigh, go f**k yourself. IMHO, Harvard has a lot to answer for." She had also shared a retweet of McEnany's tweet which read, "After presenting 234 pages of sworn affidavits raising allegations of fraud in Wayne County, Michigan voting, the Wayne County Board of Canvassers has DECLINED to certify their portion of the Michigan vote."



 

 

Many social media users were not pleased with Midler's comments and took to slamming her across social media. One such user shared, "That's real classy!! Do these "celebrities" really think we give a flying F what they think?" Another added, "Here we go again with Bette acting as Mrs Tough Girl, beyond tiresome... I think she feels empowered when she uses the F word." "Why do we even give these washed up irrelevant has beens media coverage? It's exactly what they want, a large percentage of the people who would even agree with them have no idea who they are..we should leave it that way," commented yet another.



 

 



 

 



 

 

There were some users who seemed to be in agreement with Midler's sentiments and commented in her support. One such user shared, "I wish you’d stop saying “with all due respect”, Miss M, because that awful woman isn’t due ANY!!! Totally agree with the last bit though..!" Another user pointed out, "I doubt she’s from Harvard. Unless there’s a “Harvard School of Beauty“ or something like that." Yet another user shared, "Thank you for saying what we are all thinking! #LoveBette."



 

 



 

 



 

 

The Wayne County Board of Canvassers had earlier declined to certify its portion of the Michigan vote in a 2-2 deadlock after they received more than 200 sworn affidavits which allege fraud in the county, Breitbart reports. However, on Tuesday, November 17, the board had unanimously voted to certify the count while demanding that Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson do a "comprehensive audit". The reversal of the decision raised eyebrows after a video emerged showing a Democratic state Representative-elect seemingly appearing to dox the children of the Republican chairwoman of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers in a Zoom meeting.

In the video, the Democratic state Representative-elect, Abraham Aiyash was seen accusing chairwoman Monica Palmer of enabling and perpetuating "the racist history of this country". McEnany had also chimed in on the Wayne County reversal, saying that board members had changed their decision after being dubbed as racists by Democrats. McEnany's tweet read, "Last night the Wayne County Board of Canvassers refused to certify the election results, citing irregularities (which are documented in 234 pages of affidavits) Then came the typical barrage of leftist threats & cries of racism from the Squad, the failed Governor, and others…"



 

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