The D-list celebrity is standing by her tweet promoting an online game that allows users to push Trump off a cliff.
Actress Rosie O’Donnell added her name to the growing list of celebrities that have, in one way or another, promoted violence against President Trump when she tweeted out a link this weekend to a website called “Push Trump Off A Cliff Again.”
O’Donnell on Sunday tweeted out the following:
Push Trump Off A Cliff Again https://t.co/YguB3aG8EP
— ROSIE (@Rosie) July 15, 2017
The website that O’Donnell tweeted out allows visitors to push Trump off a cliff by pushing a button that appears on the screen.
O’Donnell’s tweet received backlash from conservatives like Fox News’ Sean Hannity who called the game “gross” and “sick.” If conservatives thought their backlash would result in an apology from O’Donnell, though, they were mistaken.
O’Donnell again tweeted out the website on Wednesday saying, “so good – lets post it again #Resistance.”
Other celebrities who have prompted violence against Trump include Madonna, Kathy Griffin, Snoop Dogg, Robert De Niro, Joss Whedon, and Johnny Depp.
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