Rosie says, ‘Photo Proves F*cking Nazi Works For Kavanaugh’ – Rosie Be Wrong Again

Written by K. Walker on September 5, 2018

Will Rosie be facing a defamation lawsuit after this?

She very well could. She picked on the wrong person.

Rosie got sucked into a Twitter conspiracy theory that ‘proves’ that a Nazi works for Brett Kavanaugh.

There’s just one problem — it’s not true at all.

What was the proof? The way the woman’s hand rested on her arm while she was sitting behind Judge Kavanaugh. She had allegedly made a ‘white power’ symbol with her hand.

Zina Bash, 36, is well-known in Washington. She has indeed worked for Kavanaugh.

Here is Rosie’s tweet about Bash and Kavanaugh.

It’s eloquent, as always:

Here is the full image, (just in case you have been blocked from seeing Rosie’s tweets as I have been):

Oh, right. The ‘Ok’ symbol is a racist one now.

Got it. 


I guess I’m going to have to use the thumbs up emoji instead.

Here I was thinking that all the conspiracy theories would stop now that social media has taken a hardline stance on Alex Jones.

Some thought that this conspiracy was absolutely ridiculous and worthy of mockery.

Rosie had retweeted a video by a doctor that is ‘intimidated’ by ‘alt-right’ figures using hand gestures.

As Tucker Carlson pointed out on Twitter, everything is racist.

Remember how I said that she targeted the wrong person? I wasn’t kidding. Her husband is U.S. Attorney John Bash.

Defaming her on Twitter wasn’t a very bright move.

Zina Bash’s husband defended his wife against the vile rumors:


Looks like calling a Mexican-Jewish woman whose grandparents survived the Holocaust a Nazi isn’t a good plan.

Oh, and just so we’re clear — it isn’t a ‘white power’ symbol. That was completely made up by some 4chan trolls.

Rosie’s always been a bit unstable, but this is… just… Wow!

Maybe she’s just jealous of the beautiful and successful Zina Bash.

But, hey, we love women like Zina Bash, amirite?

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker