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Hey Gross Pig Rosie: Your ‘Kill Trump’ Game Sucks … Try This Instead

I wonder if she’ll think This one is awesome too?

If there was any doubt that Rosie is a Pig (Trump was right!) just look at the venom in her twitter feed.

Rosie is taking time away from being a failure as a mother to promote her political hatred.

(Because why bother fixing her own flaws when she can be a hopeless rage case?)

It’s called “Push Trump Off A Cliff Again”.

“Push Trump Off A Cliff Again,” O’Donnell tweeted along with a link to the game. The game’s name is a riff off of Trump’s campaign slogan “Make American Great Again.”

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Players of the controversial game can either push Trump off a cliff, into a volcano, into a manhole, or have him eaten by a Tyrannosaurus Rex. –Read More

How would you improve that game?

How about “Drive the Senator’s car off a bridge again”?

(Yes, we’re talking about the Left’s beloved Ted Kennedy. If you don’t know about the fatality at Chappaquiddick, look it up.)

Or maybe you prefer “Throw Hillary Into A Van Like A Side Of Beef Again”.

Yeah, it’s a little long. But the play value would be SO satisfying.

What about a game about Rosie:

Humiliate Myself On Twitter Until I Have To Turn It Off Again.

Or:
Ostracize Myself And Bitch About Being Depressed Again

Or maybe:

Alienate My Kids Again

You probably have your own, some more family-friendly than others.

Add your favorites to the comment section.

She decided she’s ‘ok’ with being gloves-off. So be it.

If you want to twist the knife a little, feel free to troll her by tweeting this column back to her. Maybe even in the original thread.

Share if you think Rosie is a small-minded, self-absorbed miserable troll.

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