As we told you last night, Ellen DeGeneres delivered a “perfect” response to her critics who didn’t like her sitting next to George W. Bush at a football game:
‘Perfect’! Ellen DeGeneres responds to people angered by video of her laughing with George W. Bush at the Cowboys’ game https://t.co/XDBo1Uol3a
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 8, 2019
But many blue-check libs think she still doesn’t get their point:
"Here's the whole story."
[leaves out the part about him being a war criminal] https://t.co/LHJe9M1LHw
— jordan (@JordanUhl) October 8, 2019
Does Ellen not understand that he’s a war criminal?
He’s a war criminal who led this country into two declared wars that cost over 2 million lives, destabilized a region; he struck down civil liberties, tortured people; expanded surveillance.
The same “white moderate” that MLK warned of is the white liberal of today. This. https://t.co/7Cc7kM4KQV
— Sanafraid of No Ghost Saeed (@SanaSaeed) October 8, 2019
You see, he’s a war criminal:
I’m okay not being inclusive of war criminals. maybe that’s just me tho, idk, https://t.co/Y1kbpCh517
— soha (@sokareemie) October 8, 2019
Ellen is “think skinned” because she doesn’t like be criticized for sitting next to a war criminal:
Imagine being a multi-multi-millionaire and being so thin-skinned that when a few people make fun of you for hanging out with a war criminal you head into work and get your team of writers to come up with jokes about how it’s actually chill that you’re an amoral ghoul. https://t.co/Eb8fDrKjd7
— Avery Edison (@aedison) October 8, 2019
And not just a regular war criminal. A “cataclysmic” war criminal:
Here’s the thing, Ellen, George W. Bush is a war criminal who is responsible for death on a cataclysmic scale. It’s not a matter of being friends with people with different beliefs—we all have those friends—it’s about having a little perspective on the damage he’s done. https://t.co/7FJTqPEfb8
— Walker Bragman (@WalkerBragman) October 8, 2019
Did a memo go out or something?
“Look, please understand that I am far, far too rich to be materially harmed by George Bush’s policies and I am much more interested in being ‘kind’ to war criminals than I am in the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians who died as a direct result of his lies” https://t.co/cx2ZK3qtif
— Jacobin (@jacobinmag) October 8, 2019
At least he’s not a war criminal here, just a torturer:
Bush’s attempt to constitutionally ban Ellen’s marriage may have been a cynical, disingenuous political stunt with no follow-through, but the same can’t be said about the countries he invaded, the lives he ended, or the people he tortured. That was all very real. https://t.co/n6wlcC5KRn
— David Klion? (@DavidKlion) October 8, 2019
Stop being so naïve, Ellen!
Ellen DeGeneres is very rich and it has affected her perception of politics. It’s sad, but all too common.
Which is why trusting elites to pick candidates for you through campaign contributions is as naive as it gets. https://t.co/8IyyCXpjUv
— Emma Vigeland (@EmmaVigeland) October 8, 2019