Rosie O’Donnell has been desperate for attention for years. Her career stalled then failed and she is literally willing to do anything to get back in the spotlight.
So, this is years back when her career had a little life left in it – but she knew her future – she started attacking Donald Trump.
Look, Trump gets ratings. Trump sells. Of this not even the liberals doubt.
Check out Rachel Maddow’s ratings. No one ever heard of Rachel before Trump took over American politics.
MSNBC and CNN were both failing and were looking at making drastic cutbacks.
Trump rescued them from their own indulgences and for that he gets trashed on a daily basis?
Trump almost single-handedly saved the New York Times. Print media is a tough business today and the New York Times was losing money. After Trump wins they sell record subscriptions and start earning a profit.
Coincidence? Not a chance. Cause and effect. Trump sells.
But not even Trump could rescue Rosie O’Donnell’s career from ruin. Though Rosie has tried hitching her fading star to Trump’s rising sun.
But it hasn’t worked, that’s how far Rosie has fallen.
She still bashes Trump on a regular basis but after Trump’s epic takedown – who can forget the first debate when ME-AGAIN Kelly asked Trump about calling women names and Trump hit back telling her he only did that to one, Rosie O’Donnell – but now everyone ignores her.
In Hollywood, where everyone hates and bashes Trump, where groupthink rules and the lemmings all march off the cliff together, Rosie couldn’t get anyone to notice her Trump hate.
How desperate was Rosie? A new report from Vanity Fair makes clear she was very desperate. She lobbied furiously to get on Saturday Night Live (she wanted to play Steve Bannon) to get back in the spotlight and resurrect her career.
Lorne Michaels, SNL producer and major Hollywood player, reportedly told Rosie she was too mean to appear on Saturday Night Live. He said comedy doesn’t work if it comes from hate. And with that Rosie O’Donnell officially lost her career. For a comic that isn’t funny is just sad.