TEA Party Republicans on Twitter
In a series of nearly incomprehensible tweets issued Thursday, pop diva Cher suggested TEA Party Republicans be killed over the current partial shutdown, Twitchy reported.
Calling Republicans the "devil incarnate" in tweets filled with expletives, she suggested they be put in jail and ultimately killed.
"WE R NOT HOSTAGES. If UR REPUBLIC IS FREAKING THE WHOLE WORLD OUT,MAYBE WE SHOULD DEEP 6 THEIR WEAK A**'S (sic)," she screamed.
Twitchy captured eight of Cher's tweets, all written in upper case -- something generally frowned upon as it gives the impression of yelling.
"I don't know exactly what Deep Six means, but I think it means kill them. Cher, you craaaazy," one person tweeted in response.
The Blaze was somewhat more moderate in its characterization of Cher's violent outburst.
"From murder to 'toss out' or 'get rid of' someone, there are a plethora of definitions associated with the term 'deep six,'" Billy Hallowell wrote.
Twitchy, however, reminded readers that Cher recently said Republicans needed a "good whipping."
"But hey, why stop at drawing blood?" the Twitchy staff asked, calling her a "perpetually mouth-frothing diva" who is "just about ready to finish this."
On Monday, Cher engaged in another all-caps rant against Republicans, calling them "sociopaths."
This is part of the violent rhetoric President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has helped foment as a result of the partial shutdown, brought about by Reid's refusal to consider a single GOP proposal to fund the government with restrictions on Obamacare. Both Reid and Obama have said in no uncertain terms they will consider nothing except full funding of Obamacare
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Editor's Note: Now, let's rewind the tape to circa 1975 or so and try to recall all the "peace love and happiness" rhetoric that came out of the elitist, caustic hateful crowd that Cher is not a senior member of. Oh, how the self-proclaimed "tolerant and inclusive" are so very full of it...
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