Actress Rosie O’Donnell floated a conspiracy theory that even CNN pundit Chris Cuomo pushed back on because of its patent absurdity.
O’Donnell claimed President Trump pays people to attend his campaign rallies. “People are paid, Chris!” she screeched. “We know that. He pays people to show up at those rallies.”
A skeptical Cuomo retorted, “I don’t know that that’s why he gets tens of thousands of people at the rallies. I think he captures a lot of emotion for people.”
Rosie insisted that Trump does not get “tens of thousands” of attendees at his rallies, even though he has repeatedly filled massive stadiums that hold thousands of people.
Cuomo — a vocal anti-Trumper — pushed back, saying he has seen the enthusiastic Trump crowds with his own eyes. “Rosie, I’ve seen them,” Cuomo said. “He gets big groups of people to come out. He gives themes that resonate.”
Rosie, whose entertainment career has imploded, has turned opposing Trump into a full-time job.
In addition to appearing on CNN, O’Donnell spoke to MSNBC, where she squawked, “I don’t believe that he’s a legitimate president,” and said Trump should “be impeached.”
“I don’t believe he’s a legitimate president,” O’Donnell said. “I believe if it wasn’t for Russia he never would have won.”
Rosie added, “I believe he should be impeached. I’m sickened by Congress that doesn’t call for articles of impeachment when we have so much evidence of his horrible high crimes and misdemeanors.”
For the record, there’s widespread consensus among legal experts that special counsel Robert Mueller has produced no evidence of collusion after a year of investigations and millions of taxpayer dollars wasted.
Hey, Rosie, are you accusing Florida resident Mohammed Shaker of being a paid rally-goer? As BizPac Review reported, Mohammed was a vocal Never-Trumper who now supports Trump after attending his rally in Florida last week.
Never-Trumper Mohammed Shaker converts to pro-Trumper; squashes false claims of 'racist' rally-goers https://t.co/9Lo2ctXgVP
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) August 6, 2018
Maybe Rosie thinks Trump pays his supporters because Democrats have been accused of paying anti-Trump protesters.
— Lagartija Nix🤔 (@Lagartija_Nix) November 14, 2016
A slew of Craigslists ads posted online across Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and other big cities have offered up to $1,500 a week for people to engage in “Stop Trump” movements.
Instead of worrying about Trump supporters, Rosie O’Donnell should worry about making sure she doesn’t end up in jail.
As BizPac Review reported, O’Donnell used five different addresses and four variations of her name to illegally donate to five liberal politicians, including Trump-hating Democrat Adam Schiff.
During the 2017-2018 election cycle, Rosie contributed more than $90,000 to Democratic politicians in a bid to undermine a sitting U.S. president, in violation of federal campaign laws limiting donations to $2,700 per election.
Dinesh D'Souza demands equal justice for Rosie O'Donnell's FIVE violations. He was convicted for just one. https://t.co/ROJnbJ6SgX
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) May 7, 2018
This was not the first time that O’Donnell has reportedly broken the law in her rabid attempts to obstruct President Trump.
In December 2017, Rosie offered a $2 million bribe to Republican senators if they voted against Trump’s tax cuts. No one took O’Donnell up on her bribe, since all 50 GOP senators voted in favor of the Trump tax plan.
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