An Embarrasing Loss
Conservatives fought back in a big way in Georgia on Tuesday. Not only did voters say “yes” to President Trump, but they issued a resounding “no” to Hollywood liberals. For months, Tinsel Town progressives fought for, and donated money to, liberal candidate John Ossoff, in a race to fill a senate seat in Georgia’s sixth district.
And, as President Trump would say, they lost huge. Ossoff’s Republican rival, Karen Handel, brought home the victory-and Kellyanne Conway couldn’t help but celebrate. After the race was called for Handel, Conway tweeted out “Laughing my #Ossoff.” President Trump’s senior adviser also took the time to slam pundits who predicted Ossoff would win.
“Thanks to everyone who breathlessly and snarkily proclaimed GA06 as a referendum on POTUS,” she wrote. “You were right.” Indeed, they were. Conway went on to congratulate Handel, for “running on the issues” and for being a “grownup.” She also pointed out Ossoff’s hypocrisy, for not living in the district he was pledging to represent.
Hollywood on the other hand, was not celebrating. Apparently, actress Alyssa Milano was not as “charmed” as she thought she was. Milano feverishly campaigned for Ossoff-she even drove voters to the polls early in the election. She responded to the defeat on Twitter, posting the word “GROUPHUG” and telling others to “join in.”
Of course, what would a liberal loss be without a disgusting comment from Rosie O’Donnell. O’Donnell also took to Twitter to share her thoughts about the defeat. “DONALD TRUMP IS THE DARKNESS ITSELF #resistNOW,” she wrote. She was joined by several other delusional progressives who couldn’t help but share their disappointment.
Her pal, Debra Messing, seemed stunned by Handel’s win posting “that’s so hard to process.” Funny thing is, it really isn’t hard to process. Especially, when you look at the chaos people like O’Donnell and Messing have caused. Hard-working Americans have simply had enough of rich, spoiled celebrities pretending they know anything about real-life.
They live behind walls, have armed security, and more money than they know what do with. And yet, they have the audacity to tell average Americans that walls are “racist,” guns are “bad,” and wealth is “evil.” They should all really consider starring in the “Hypocrites of Hollywood,” Until that happens, we’ll be content to join Kellyanne Conway in “laughing our Ossoff.”