No wonder liberals are losing elections. They will be lucky if they don’t lose their freedom!
Madonna and her celebrity friends have been on a roll lately. They have been unable to most past the shock of President Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton in November, and the Inauguration Ceremonies put them completely over the edge.
Consider what happened to Scarlett Johansson during her embarrassing speech during the Women’s March. Certainly, she is not accustomed to treatment like this. Earlier, we reported:
Madonna is starting to find herself in hot water over recent statements regarding Donald Trump. AOL reports:
The Secret Service plans to open an investigation into Madonna after she stated during the Women’s March On Washington that she has thought about “blowing up the White House.”
While sporting a black p*ssyhat she also said the F-word four times, causing broadcasters to have to apologize since they were airing the broadcast live.
She talked about the rate she has felt over Trump being elected, saying that she had thought about “blowing up the White House” but knew that it “wouldn’t change anything.”
The final decision to prosecute will fall on the US Attorney’s Office. The Secret Service has declined to comment on their investigation.
Madonna has more to say than that however. She said, “We cannot fall into despair. As the poet W. H. Auden once wrote on the eve of World War Two, ‘We must love one another or die.’ I choose love. Are you with me?”
Apparently, the Material Girl is not concerned about a Secret Service investigation, as she took to Twitter with this gem:
You deleted it, but we caught it. Democrats integrity has evaporated. Behavior like this is what will thrive and grow opposition. pic.twitter.com/Kxudu51u8D
— Truth Bombers (@Truth_Bombers) January 23, 2017
Deleting the Tweet is not going to help her as the truth is now out there!
What do you think should happen to Madonna? If absurd statements are the worst things to come from her, she will likely avoid legal trouble, but, often, when an investigation starts, you never know what it will ultimately uncover.