Rosie O’Donnell Leads Bizarre Anti-Trump Singalong Outside The White House

Anti-Trump moonbat Rosie O’Donnell, along with a number of Broadway performers, had the gall to show up outside the White House to protest President Trump on Monday night.

Completely historically and politically ignorant. Does Rosie O’Donnell know anything at all about the line of succession to the Presidency? Does she think getting rid of the current president will put a more liberal person in that position? If so, she’s in for a very rude awakening.

Trump Derangement Syndrome on full display:

TDC:

O’Donnell and a group of Broadway actors bussed into Washington, D.C. from New York City to perform musical numbers, hoping they would be so loud that it would disrupt the president’s sleep — but there was only one problem with their plan: President Trump was in New Jersey at the time of the protest, not the White House.

O’Donnell and the performers sang for about 20 minutes, then left right afterward.

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Other anti-Trump speakers and people dancing around in odd shark and dinosaur costumes filled the rest of the time. The speakers recited stale and worn out liberal narratives, accusing Trump of being a racist and of colluding with the Russians, and accusing Republicans of not wanting minorities to vote — this, of course, without presenting any evidence to back up their claims. More

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