Bette Midler is an outstanding entertainer.
As good as she as that, however, Midler is not so great at being a decent human being, as proven by her latest hazing of First Lady Melania Trump.
Take a look:
There once was a girl from Slovenia
Who now lives right on Pennsylvinia
To the East Room she’ll flee
From her husband’s wee wee
While he plays with his own schizophrenia
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) June 18, 2019
Supposed to be Funny
The left has a very curious way of doing the very things it pretends to be outraged about.
The #MeToo movement was created by the left as a way to defend women and encourage them to come forward about assaults and abuse by men.
As the originators of that cause, it would stand to reason liberal women should not be attacking other women, regardless of their politics. That is a standard that has been lost by today’s liberal women, especially the entertainers.
Ashely Judd, Alysa Milano, Madonna — they all have mouths that would embarrass a truck driver. Midler, however, proved she belongs right there with them after referencing the president’s “wee wee” in her not-so-funny poem.
The Ongoing Feud
Midler, like most of the entertainment industry, has been very vocal against Trump and often aims her ire at the First Lady as well.
This is far from the first run in between the Midler and Trump households.
Just this past week Bette Midler sent out a tweet citing an alleged quote from Trump about Republicans.
You surely have seen the memes for it by now. It goes: “If I were to run, I’d run as a Republican. They’re the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up. I bet my numbers would be terrific.”
The problem for Midler, though, was the quote had been fabricated and actually debunked by left-leaning Snopes at the beginning of the 2016 election cycle.
Midler deleted the tweet after the Trump base went after her for it. However, there was no apology for her perpetuation of fake news or misleading her followers. Typical liberal behavior — just delete the evidence and act like it never happened.