Passe pop star Madonna just doesn't know when to shut up even when it's for her own good.

Officials say the aging celebrity is being investigated by the Secret Service after she made a comment to a crowd of women liberals about blowing up the White House.

No kidding. She hates Donald Trump so much it's beyond plain stupid or pathological.

It was bad enough when the 50-something has-been offered to perform a sex act on any man who voted for Hillary.

"I'm angry. I am outraged," yelped Madonna to throngs of cheering sycophants. "I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. But I know that won't change anything."

Uh, yes it would, Madonna. Blowing up the White House would change everything.

It would almost certainly bring about the authoritarian lock-down of society you and others like you have been yearning for -- under a government that's to your liking, of course. Don't forget. Rosie O'Donnell called for Martial Law and the suspension of the U.S. constitution because of Trump's victory at the polls. How brilliant is that?

Madonna wrapped up her scripted Love Trumps Hate homily with three profound words, "I choose love," then chanted, "We choose love! We choose love! We choose love!"

Whatever happened to love thine enemy? Instead, we see a fading celebrity who, in absurdist "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" fashion, is ready to lob the Holy Hand Grenade into the White House and blow everyone inside to tiny bits.

Monday on Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich pulled no punches with the raging pop star. He said Madonna should be arrested for making a terrorist threat against the president.

"She is parallel to the young fascists who ran around town breaking windows, all of whom should be given the maximum sentence," Gingrich said. "What you have is an emerging leftwing fascism. She's part of it."

Gingrich is partly correct. The "emerging lefting fascism" to which he refers has been around for some time. But the leftwing thugs and creeps who went on a rampage in Washington, D.C., weren't really fascists.

Their ranks included assorted cultural Marxists, anarchists, and various other socially engineered jobless youth. You know -- the coffee shop fake intellectual types with a greasy copy of "Rules for Radicals" tucked away in a back pocket.

Madonna, through her quest for eternal youth and social relevancy, is with these pink hatted snowflakes in spirit as she desperately seeks a young following, and that's sad.

This time, by contemplating making a bomb threat, she really blew it.

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Source: Breitbart

 

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