So, here she goes:
- Rose McGowan is sorry for the way Trump administration has dealt with arguably the most dangerous anti-American terrorist in the world — Gen. Soleimani.
- Somehow she figured it out that she speaks for 52% of all Americans…
Dear Iran, The USA has disrespected your country, your flag, your people. 52% of us humbly apologize. We want peace with your nation. We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime. We do not know how to escape. Please do not kill us.
We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime. We do not know how to escape.
Is she serious? She’s being held hostage and doesn’t know how to escape? Rose, buy a plane ticket and fly away. Preferable to Iran, they will love to have you there. Especially if you’ll wear this spectacular “dress.” Maybe they even let you school them on the subject of “deep misogyny.”
Side note: I don’t think Ms. McGowan realizes that the flag she used in her tweet would cause her lots of problems if she decided to sport it in Iran. Those guys have no sense of humor.
Ms. McGowan states she will never vote Republican. I don’t think she has ever supported any member of the Republican Party, but now we know for sure she’s not going to, and she explains why.
Yes, Rose McGowan has a right to dissent. That’s what is so great about America — (unlike in many other countries; Iran is a good example) we have rights. So she can point to all those awful things she believes are the problem in the USA like:
Lies, corruption, nationalism, racism, and deep misogyny.
And be an outspoken “conscientious objector,” without running into risk of landing in jail or being stoned to death.
After receiving many rather unflattering reactions to her tweet from many, I assume, no longer fans;
Same long and thoughtful:
Some incorporating humor:
And some serious:
Ms. McGowan explained that she understood that Soleimani “was an evil evil man who did evil evil things,” and she was only trying to save us from total annihilation by other “evil evil” people. Therefore, in her incomparable commitment to protecting our nation, she decided to take “one for the team.”
Thank you, Mrs. McGowen! I really really appreciate your dedication.
The last thought.
To close this post, I decided to use tweets from someone who appears to have some insides on this situation. (Of course, I could be wrong, let me know if that’s the case).
(From Katie Hopkins)
I always liked to listen to rational people who pose common sense. This is very good example. Thank you Katie.
In case you don’t like this post…
I’m really, really SORRY!! OK?
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