Rosie O’Donnell is back to her old habits
—bullying Donald Trump’s eleven-year-old son, Barron.
After comedian and CNN pundit Kathy Griffin received huge backlash for sharing a photo of her holding a bloody, severed head of Donald Trump, One America News host Liz Wheeler posted about the impact the photo had on Barron:
“TMZ reports: Barron Trump was watching TV & saw @kathygriffin holding the severed head. He thought it was his dad. My heart is broken," wrote Wheeler.
O’Donnell, however, was not sympathetic towards the chilling thought of an eleven-year-old boy seeing his father decapitated on TV.
"Was he watching TMZ? do u think he saw anything about these 2 heroic men who died defending young girls? hatred promoted by his father?#USA,” replied O’Donnell.
O’Donnell’s tweet was accompanied by a photo of the two victims who were stabbed to death at a train station in Portland, Oregon, last week, while trying to stop a knife attack.
Their attacker was briefly accused by the media of being an unhinged Trump supporter—but his Facebook profile showed he was actually a liberal: a fan of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders and Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein.
Donald Trump and Rosie O’Donnell have a long history of bad blood, dating back more than a decade—but, while they’ve publicly traded punches, Trump has never gone after one of Rosie’s kids.
This isn’t the first time O’Donnell has gone after Barron: in December, she suggested in a social media video that he might be autistic, after he struggled to stay awake on Election Night, hours past his bedtime. After facing public backlash from both conservatives and mental health experts, she publicly apologized to Barron’s mom, First Lady Melania Trump, over Twitter.
O’Donnell has still not apologized for her latest attack on this poor kid.