On Tuesday, former comedian Rosie O'Donnell used her Twitter account to expose herself (not literally, thank God) as the unhinged left-wing nut-job with minimal intelligence that we've come to know and mock.
Using all caps, which is, of course, known to underscore accuracy on Twitter, O'Donnell suggested that after President Trump is removed from office, presumably via impeachment, Attorney General Jeff Sessions would be ousted, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch would be removed, and every Trump-signed executive order would be "invalidated."
Because O'Donnell lives in Leftist Fantasy Land.
Yeah, that's not how any of this works. Like, at all.
If Trump were to be impeached in the House, approved by the Senate and ousted from office, Vice President Mike Pence would take over as president, Sessions would stay put as AG, Gorsuch would remain on the Court and precisely zero executive orders would be invalidated due to the impeachment.
O'Donnell was correctly smacked for her nonsensical anti-Trump word-vomit by kind Twitter users.
After O'Donnell was informed that she was indeed tweeting out nonsense, the former talk show host suggested her tweet was just her "wish."
Nice cover, Rosie. We all believe you.
President Trump and O'Donnell have a childish longstanding feud rife with name-calling. Trump's called the former View host a "slob" and a "real loser" and said she "ate like a pig" while attending his second marriage to Marla Maples. O'Donnell has called Trump a "snake-oil salesman on Little House On The Prairie" and an "ass."