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Actress Jackée calls Candace Owens worst names you can imagine in profane rant, then tweets about Jesus

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It would appear that conservative political commentator Candace Owens has driven another liver over the edge.

Actress Jackee Harry lost it responding to a tweet from Owens about ever-shrinking projections involving the Chinese virus, COVID-19.

Best known for her roles as Sandra Clark in the 80s sitcom 227, and as Lisa Landry in the 90s sitcom Sister, Sister, Harry fired off a profanity-laced response Owens handled it with the grace and class the actress could only wish she had.

“Happy Easter to you too, @JackeeHarry,” Owens replied. “Loved you as Lisa Landry, in Sister, Sister. Unfortunately, I do not know you beyond that, but if you ever want to discuss your profound feelings for me publicly, I would welcome you on my show. Otherwise, HE IS RISEN!”


Harry’s tweet said: “This message is for Candace, you nasty smelling b*tch. Why you take things out of context with your trifling dirty *ass. You shuck and jive *ass b*tch. I’m coming on Twitter and I’m going to call you the f*ck out, you b*tch. And don’t even tweet back because I’m gonna read your motherf…”

Harry’s lofty oratory was in response to this tweet from Owens:

After exposing herself inner-self, Harry apparently deleted her tweet — which is all too common in cases like this. Perhaps, the actress deleted the vile tweet while she was posting her Easter message praising God.

Three days later, the hypocrite had the audacity to tweet: “We may not be heading into Easter service today, but you can still PRAISE HIM from home!”

In reality, the left’s real angst against Candace Owens is that she’s behind the #Blexit movement, which is encouraging black Americans to move away from the Democratic Party. A movement that’s having more success than they are comfortable with.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses from Twitter, to include more than one asking of Harry, “Who is she?”

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