Cher: It would be karma if Todd Akin got raped by a man with HIV

In a continuation of Friday’s rant about birth certificates and “legitimate rape,” Cher joined the vile leftist civility mob in tweeting that it would be a ride on the karma train if Rep. Todd Akin got “raped by man with HIV/AIDS.”

OK, technically it was about “Aiken” boarding the “kama train.”

But we’re pretty sure she was shooting for “Todd Akin” and “karma.” Sadly, we’re getting pretty good at deciphering Cher’s mind-numbingly incoherent rants. Oh, the shame!

We’ll forgive Cher the spelling of Todd Akin’s name since it was a retweet — we’re givers like that. But suggesting that the narcissistic, idiotic Akin would get his just deserts if he was raped and infected with HIV is beyond despicable, even by Cher’s gutter-inspired standards.

Not in Cher’s unhinged mind. When Akin lifted his skirt and showed a little too much stupidity, he was legitimately asking for it.

Previously:

Cher stops ‘bitting’ her lip and tells us how she really feels about Todd Akin

Cher rants to her ‘lovelies’ about Paul Ryan, Ayn Rand

Cher explains Mormon ‘tenants’

Cher hates ‘old white men’ Republicans making women have babies; ‘Contraception is illegal’; Update: Ranting continues

Cher: Why can’t I ask questions about these darn secretive Mormons?

Cher, not high, traces Dick Cheney’s lineage to Darth Vader

Cher: Romney is ‘spineless racist,’ ‘cretin’; Must fight ‘T-Baggies’ Bachmann and Palin; Update: Her unintelligible rant continues

Cher loves all the ‘flaming assholes’ — except Mitt Romney

Anti-Mormon bigot Cher: ‘Richy Rich Romney whitest man in magic underwear’

Cher: Eww, check out all the white people behind Mitt Romney

Cher’s heartbreaking, tear-inducing nightmare about the November election

Cher: I’m sorry for being a hater like Rush Limbaugh

Cher doesn’t want to breathe the same air as Romney and his ‘racist homophobic women hating tea bagger masters’

Morning meltdown with Cher: jellyfish, Satan, and GOP wing-nuts

Cher goes on Twitter rampage, forgets 140-character limit

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