Twitter troll and former "comedian" Rosie O'Donnell piled on the disgusting attacks against the National Rifle Association (NRA) — which boasts some five million members — and the organization's spokeswoman Dana Loesch.
Showing her cowardice, O'Donnell went after Loesch from behind a Twitter block, meaning Loesch wasn't even able to see, and thus respond, to the attack.
"Well dana - i have no interest in talking to u - in listening to u - in engaging with u - look at ur life woman - jesus christ on the cross - have u no soul? u have 2 kids and u whore urself out for the HRA - GOD ALMISGHTY dana - think about ur life," O'Donnell wrote, incoherently.
One user posted a screenshot of the attack and notified Loesch.
In another tweet, O'Donnell, again behind a block, told Loesch to "f*** off."
The gun rights advocate hit back, "I never saw it because she curses me out from behind a block. Sorry [Rosie] that you can’t accept women who think differently from you," she said. "God bless."
Triggered by the reply, crazy O'Donnell said she "can't accept a woman who is the mouthpiece of a terrorist organization," referring to the NRA.
Again, Loesch offered a pointed response. "Nothing says 'let’s have an honest and logical discussion' like accusing millions of innocent people of being terrorists because you disagree with them on [the Second Amendment]," she wrote.
But that's the thing: celebrities like O'Donnell (if we can call her a celebrity) hate the millions of members of the NRA. They might attack Loesch, but they are actually attacking the organization's members, since, after all, they view the NRA as a "terrorist organization." Thus, all of the NRA's members are evil terrorists, too.
O'Donnell continued to post about Loesch, the NRA, and Donald Trump at a record pace; one post more unhinged and detached from reality than the last. Here's a glimpse into leftist fever dreams: