Comedian wannabe Rosie O’Donnell sends anti-Trump message to North Korean leader

Comedian wannabe Rosie O’Donnell sends anti-Trump message to North Korean leader

Comedian – and that is a very loose job description in this case – Rosie O’Donnell sent a social media message to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un urging him not to listen to President Donald Trump.

“Hi Mr. Kim Jong Un, sorry if I didn’t pronounce that right,” O’Donnell said. “Anyway sir, um, our president Donald is a moron. Don’t listen to him. We don’t.”

In a bizarre effort, the once popular comic appears to have used a Snapchat filter to deliver her video message using fake glasses, fluffy ears, and a high-pitched voice.

Because, why not?

To be honest, her voice is less grating in that video than it has been in years.

Actor James Woods mocked Rosie over the method of delivery for her foreign policy message but noted it most likely appealed to the proper liberal audience.

Another Trump-supporting actor, Scott Baio, blasted Rosie, saying if she wanted to side with North Korea then perhaps she should move there.

Via Fox News Insider:

“IfO’Donnell likes Kim Jong – un, the North Korean dictator so much, how about moving there?!?!” Baio, famous for his role as Chachi Arcola on “Happy Days” tweeted on Friday.

Yeah, nothing quite says “moron” like siding with a lunatic who is threatening the island territory of Guam with a nuclear attack over an American president.

O’Donnell, seemingly speaking about being a moron from experience, recently got into hot water for promoting an online game that encourages users to push the President off a cliff.

You know who else probably enjoys that game? North Korean dictators.

Cross posted at the Mental Recession

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker,, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.

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