When it comes to Hollywood liberals, it should be of no surprise on how much they despise Republicans and Conservatives but this time, Hollywood and artist Cher seems to have lost it and tweeted suggestions of killing off Tea Party politicians, Twitchy reported on Friday.
Cher reacted to the government shutdown, stalled by the Democrats, but blamed on Republicans, felt that Republicans in Congress needed a good whipping, but removing Tea Party affiliated politicians permanently, was a better idea.
Whether it was just a fit of anger or not, the pattern of demeaning comments by liberals to those on the right have increased since President Obama took office.
Twitchy caught the Twitter rage, in which Cher Tweeted in her famous style of using all caps, “WHO THE F**K DO THESE TBAG (DEVIL INCARNATE)MEMBERS OF GOV.THINK THEY R? PPL R ACTUALLY GOING 2 DIE(cancer trials shut down)& THEY R REASON.”
“WE R NOT HOSTAGES. If UR REPUBLIC IS FREAKING THE WHOLE WORLD OUT,MAYBE WE SHOULD DEEP 6 THEIR WEAK ASS'S.”
Cher’s latest twitter outrage against Tea Party supported Republicans was an extension of her rants on Tuesday when she said, “FK those IDIOTS!Why Dont they just sign their DO NOTHING,ELITE HEALTH- CARE PLANED,WAGE INCREASED,SUV DRIVEN"FK THE NEEDS OF OF THE PPL"LAZY ASS'S OUT OF...COUGH COUGH,THE EXHAUSTING JOB OF PASSING LAWS 2BENEFIT THEIR CONSTITUENTS ! OH HELP ME MR CRUZ I CANT.”
While Cher blames Republicans when it comes to turning away cancer patients due to the government shutdown, it was Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), not the Republicans, who is denying cancer patient access to the National Institutes of Health.
On Wednesday, CNN's Dana Bash asked Reid about why the Senate wouldn't consider the NIH bill.
Bash asked, "If you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn't you do it?"
Reid immediately responded by saying, “Why would we want to do that? I have 1,100 people at Nellis Air Force base that are sitting home. They have a few problems of their own.”
Meanwhile, the government shutdown continues, now in its fourth day, with Reid and other democrats continuing to blame Republicans for the mess although Republicans have sent numerous bills to the Senate that have been denied.