After the hubbub of Donald Trump’s name calling of has-been Z-lister Rosie O’Donnell, TVGuide headlines proclaimed:
“Rosie O’Donnell Had the Most Epic Response to Donald Trump”
Yeah – I guess that’s right if your definition of “epic” is vile, disgusting, lowest-level-of-nasty, can’t-let-my-kids-look-at-the-computer-screen filth ever to hit the airwaves.
O’Donnell made reference to her own menstrual period (which apparently have now ceased, in a TMI moment from O’Donnell herself) on the SiriusXM show Just Jenny. O’Donnell explained that she would have used the blood from her body to write “You’re all a-holes” on “some people’s faces.” I know…classy!
She also made reference to the London marathon runner Kiran Ghandi who chose to use no feminine protection while running the hours-long race recently, saying that Ghandi may have done it to say “F— you, a–holes.”
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TVGuide says this is an “epic slam on Donald Trump for the presidential candidate’s offensive remarks about women.”
I’m a woman and I feel like O’Donnell comments are WAY more offensive to women than what “The Donald” said.
Word of Advice to feminists: Any time you have to use menstruation for a come-back, you probably ought to rethink your response.
I can hear The Donald now, saying
“Without me, nobody would be talking about Rosie O’Donnell. She should be thanking me.”
And he’d be right!