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‘Chubbed-out shrew’: Rosie O’Donnell NOT happy to learn Joy Reid blog called her names AND praised Trump!

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MSNBC host Joy Reid’s decade-old blog that’s chock full of homophobic rhetoric has created plenty of controversy, beginning with Reid’s interesting claim that someone hacked into the website and wrote the negative posts.

But the rumpus took on added dimensions when Rosie O’Donnell got involved.

The lesbian comedian was featured in a 2007 post on Reid’s blog, “The Reid Report,” and it wasn’t flattering.

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Even more noteworthy, the blogpost has Reid siding with none other than President Donald Trump in the infamous feud between Trump and Rosie, who was co-hosting “The View” at the time.

“How much longer until that chubbed-out shrew Rosie O’Donnell gets her fat ass canned by Babwa?” the post that Reid may or may not have written asked, according to The Washington Free Beacon.

“The View” was created by Barbara Walters, who was co-hosting the program in 2007.

“How much longer will the freak show that is ‘The View’ continue to darken our television screens?” Reid added — allegedly, given her current denials. “How much more kick-ass funny can Donald Trump be???”

The post showed the author had clearly picked a side in the feud: “I’m for square for The Donald on this one…”

Regarding the denial, Reid’s hacking story to cover homophobic slurs appears to be falling apart before everyone’s eyes.

Rosie O’Donnell acknowledged the Free Beacon article on Twitter without comment, other than the hashtag: #hmmmmmmmmmmm.

Oh, and she tagged Reid to let the MSNBC host know that she’s got her full attention.

The FBI is reportedly investigating the claim that Reid’s blog was hacked, although the bureau has shown much less interest in investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s computer being hacked — probably because it was likely hacked by government agents.

Nonetheless, Rosie was reluctant to believe that fellow progressive Joy Reid would so viciously attack her.

“[I] do not know – hard to image,” O’Donnell tweeted in response to a social media user asking if it really happened.

When a social media user came to Reid’s defense, saying she was being “Frankened,” a reference to former Democratic Sen. Al Franken, she again expressed skepticism.

“[I] find it hard to believe,” Rosie tweeted.

The reactions online where just as entertaining as the idea that hostilities could break out at any moment between O’Donnell and Reid.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:








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