‘Ya don’t say?’: Molly Ringwald’s taken through the wringer when she takes it upon herself to rename the GOP

Democrats have taken to so regularly vilifying the Republican Party as evil reincarnated that it’s only a matter of time before an unhinged liberal takes matters into their own hands — other than the last time at an Alexandria, Virginia, baseball field.

Racists, sexists, bigots, homophobics, Islamaphobics and, in light of the shameful character assassination of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh beginning to work against the Democratic Party, we can now add rapists to the GOP repertoire, courtesy of liberal actress Molly Ringwald.

“It’s no longer the Republican Party to me. It’s the Rape Party,” tweeted the 1980s star of hit films like “Sixteen Candles” and “The Breakfast Club.”

Ironically, in the age of the weaponization of the #MeToo movement, the 50-year-old actress and mother of a teenage daughter rejects the very films that made her a star.

“Everyone says and I do believe is true, that times were different and what was acceptable then is definitely not acceptable now and nor should it have been then, but that’s sort of the way that it was,” Ringwald said in an interview with NPR. “I feel very differently about the movies now and it’s a difficult position for me to be in because there’s a lot that I like about them.”

Democrats rolled out the big guns Thursday — liberal Hollywood celebrities — to lead protests in Washington D.C., now that their hatchetjob against Kavanaugh has failed.

And Ringwald was eager to do her part, but stepped way over the line in her liberal zeal.

Her tweet was so egregious it resulted in an explosion of memes online, a common theme being Democrat extraordinaire Bill Clinton.

Here’s a sampling of other responses from Twitter:

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