She may have trumped Miley Cyrus as the post-Election crybaby of the year! More high-drama without the facts…
“I really, really want to move to Spain right now.”
Come on, Chelsea. Is it really that bad?
Chelsea Handler could not hold back the tears as she discussed Hillary Clinton’s unexpected, historic loss to President Elect Donald Trump on Tuesday night. The sob session was even more glorious to watch because feminist sister-in-arms Barbara Boxer was on the set. Like two crying, cackling hens, these two chicks lamented their plight, and that of their divine heroine, Hillary Clinton.
“Obviously the result is not what I was hoping for,” Handler said. “Like a lot of people in this country I’m sad, I’m disappointed and I’m confused, but if Hillary can make it through a concession speech then I can make it through a stupid television show.”
“As a woman, it feels so sexist,” Handler said as she began crying. “I guess the message that I want to spread out to other women is exactly what you’re saying, is not to give up. Sorry, I hate fucking crying on camera.”
Handler says that she truly wants to move to Spain, but her support staff at the show tells her that she has a voice, and a responsibility. Are they saying that her obligated service to humanity is to speak out against the evil presence of Donald Trump?
Responsibility? Give me a break.
If Chelsea Handler is going to speak out against something, how about all of the offenses of the Clinton Foundation? Or all of the dead bodies? Or all of the proven lies that cannot be denied?
Handler did say that she purchased a house in a foreign country, just in case she decides to leave. She never threatened a move, however, because she did not want to be one of those celebrities who threatens to leave then does not follow through.
Barbara Boxer says it is just the natural, “fight or flight” syndrome. Yeah, right.
These two whiners are as bad as spoiled millionaire Colin Kaepernick.
Stop complaining and get a life.
I suppose, when you base your celebrity worldview on liberal talking points, rather than truly searching for the facts, life really is something to cry about.
Watch below for yourself. It is sad.