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There was a time long before “Obama, safe-spaces and political correctness”, when Middle America would faithfully tune in every week to America’s number one “variety show” on CBS to watch “The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour” starring an exotic and slender pop-singer bedecked in amazing costumes with her affable sidekick comedic/singer husband, and for an hour this husband and wife duo would entertain us, with their funny skits, they’re songs and good-natured banter, usually reserved for lovers, and which  in all probability would not pass today’s “political correct sensitivities.”

No doubt like most things, time has away of changing our perspective, and those uplifting legendary performers of yesteryear, have sadly transformed themselves into bitter and  ageing individuals, perhaps looking to once again capture that fleeting moment of limelight, that once made them famous.

And it’s perhaps within that context that an ageing Cher would make outrageous, silly and ridicules comments, usually reserved for the likes of a  Rosie  O’Donnell.

At a fundraiser in Hollywood Cher took the opportunity to once again verbally assault Trump, which of course has become the hallmark of the radical left, since Trump’s historic win. However the comment she made even for Cher at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles had many in the audience bemused.

“When I watch Trump I just want to blow my brains out or maybe not my brains. But I’m just like ‘What are you talking about? Jesus!'”

Obviously like many in “Tinseltown” Cher was a Hillary disciple, and perhaps hoping that whatever numerous scandals plagued the former Secretary of State, she would simply overcome them all because of her “womanhood.”

Moreover for a 70-year-old singer who publicly endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, saying:

“I’ve been alive through 11 presidents and when I was young, I didn’t even know it was possible for women to be president of the United States. I want to tell you that when Clinton ran for Senate, they asked me if I wanted to spend some time with her at a tea party gathering where she would talk to women. I was so interested in what she had to say, she was so different.

Cher continued: I’ve known her for a long time now and I have to say that no matter which way the political winds have blown at any moment, her moral compass has always pointed towards grace, justice for genders, and justice for sexual orientation, which is big for me. All of those things are important to me.”

It must be difficult for Cher to realize that Middle America hasn’t changed it’s  values since “The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour”  first aired…she has!

Cher is self admittedly not the brightest...

Do you think Cher should keep her big mouth shut about politics as she has shown clearly that she isn't the "sharpest tool in the shed?"

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