As we told you yesterday, Barbra Streisand said she’s considering moving to Canada (why not Mexico?) if the midterms don’t go the Democrats’ way. Meanwhile, the New York Times has interviewed the singer about how she’s using her latest album as Trump-era therapy of sorts:
Got to interview Barbra Streisand,
who has a new album this week, among her most political ever as she grapples with the Trump era https://t.co/DQEcLB32Ac
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 30, 2018
One thing’s for sure, if Streisand needs anybody to play tiny violins on her new album, there are plenty available:
You have to have a heart of stone to not laugh at this tweet. https://t.co/U5tZyPRo9F
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 31, 2018
I’m no longer able to take either of you seriously.
— Carol Anne Posey (@CMJsMarmee) October 31, 2018
What the hell. "Grapples"??
— ☠️ skelly melly ☠️ (@wxmel) October 31, 2018
What was Babs' second-most political album ever? https://t.co/qt3KEW60PI
— Angus T. Kirk (@angusparvo) October 31, 2018
My thoughts are with Barbara, her assistants, her personal chefs, her drivers, and gardeners. I hope they make it thru the next 6 years.
— Itsallgood, man (@recoveringlibrl) October 31, 2018
Maybe Streisand’s new record should simply be titled…
— meme thief (@memethief9) October 31, 2018
That would sum it all up perfectly.