Rosie O’Donnell who has been roundly rejected by movie audiences and her daughter alike is struggling with relevancy, which appears to be a lost cause. She is now encouraging people to play a game in which players toss President Trump off a cliff. Let me remind you that during the eight years when Obama was our Muslim in Chief, who sided with radical Muslims against US citizens, no mainstream conservative concocted any such game or promoted one in any form. The left has a monopoly on violence and fascism not to mention racial bigotry.
Sadly, violence has become an acceptable form of dissent for liberals these days. There’s no arguing that.
The list of examples is remarkably long at this point. We have seen a Bernie supporter try to murder members of Congress. Liberal “protesters” tried to burn down the city of Berkeley when a conservative who hurt their feelings tried to give a speech.
A horse was stabbed in the neck by a liberal agitator. A taxpayer funded play in New York City depicted the assassination of President Trump. The Kathy Griffin decapitation meltdown. Madonna “joking” about blowing up the White House. That’s just a partial list. It’s pure insanity.
The latest addition to the list comes in the form of a video game. What’s the game about? Murdering Trump.
A new online game encourages users to send a virtual President Trump to his death, either by sending him off a cliff, down a manhole, into a volcano or into the jaws of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The game, “Push Trump Off A Cliff Again,” instructs users to “Take out your frustrations with [the] President by pushing him off a virtual cliff, or into a virtual volcano.” A virtual Trump shouts out phrases including “Bye!” and “I’m really rich!” as he tumbles to his death.
Guess who is a fan of the game? Rosie O’Donnell.
We haven’t seen anything even remotely like this from the right and when it does happen it’s on the fringe. Mainstream liberals in this country have made it clear several times that they are fine with violence and dangerous rhetoric.
Pretty incredible that someone would even take the time to make a game like this.
Can you imagine if this game came featured Barack Obama? I have a feeling that would go a little bit differently in terms of media coverage.