Rosie O’Donnell slams Hasselbeck for asking why Black Lives Matter isn’t classified as hate group

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Rosie O’Donnell hauled in a full net of far-left race baiters after she trolled Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck for asking the question on many Americans’ minds.

On Monday, Hasselbeck asked conservative African-American Kevin Jackson why the #BlackLivesMatter movement is not been classified as a hate group.  In response, O’Donnell tweeted “some r slow 2 wake.”

Read: Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Why hasn’t Black Lives Matter been classified yet as a hate group?

Ultra-liberal O’Donnell often butted heads with Hasselbeck while they both co-hosted the ABC show “The View,” taking radical positions such as her 2007 remark about the Iraq war: “655,000 Iraqi civilians are dead. Who are the terrorists?” 

O’Donnell was removed from the show two days after making the comment amid an on-air blowup with Hasselbeck.

Update: The conservative Hasselbeck responded with her own tweet on Tuesday, demonstrating a grace most liberals could never approach.

Liberals rushed to O’Donnell’s defense after her pied-piper Twitter troll, attacking Hasselbeck and Fox News.

Rosie’s followers have their own definitions of “hate,” calling Hasselbeck a sociopath (they may not know the meaning of the word).

At least one Twitter user is holding the liberal choir accountable. #BlackLivesMatter clearly showed its hate at the Minnestota State Fair.

Several others also stood up and spoke out that O’Donnell is the one favoring hate.

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