The hits just keep on coming:

– Nicole Boxer, the daughter of Barbara “Do me a favor, can you say ‘senator’ instead of ‘ma’am’?”:

Boxer (above image), who lives in a mansion in Malibu and was married to Tony Rodham (Hillary Clinton’s brother) for half a minute before she divorced him and dunned him for back child support, just loves to ham it up on Twitter.

Bitter (her Twitter banner reads “I Love the Smell of Don’t F-ck With Me in the Morning”) over President Trump’s willingness to uphold federal immigration laws, unlike his predecessor, Boxer The Younger teamed up with her fellow DACA amigos to drown the Twitterverse in tears of mock compassion for people in the country illegally.

One of Boxer’s tweets reads “Dems, I wrote a new slogan. Take Back America. Your welcome, Nic.”:

Nic, take an English class.


– Hillary “When are they going to get those f—ing ree-tards out of here?!” Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, is also none too pleased that President Trump is calling on Congress to draft a law that denounces his predecessor’s policy of giving refuge to lawbreakers.

Chelsea, however, takes a tug-at-the-heartstrings approach: “How is deciding to end #DACA & disrupt hundreds of thousands of #DREAMers’ lives in line with the spirit of today’s National Day of Prayer?”

– Speaking of the National Day of Prayer (by presidential proclamation) Alyssa Milano fired off this beaut: “Remember, Sunday is National A–hole Day (by Presidential Proclamation)!”

Ron Perlman of Hellboy fame went F-bomb on his twitter feed: “Mr.Trump, Mr.Sessions, you just f-cked up 800,000 innocent lives. Out of cruelty. Do you think compassionate Americans won’t push back?”

Finally, Cher tweeted out that everybody who could should “Take a DREAMER In2 Their Home & Protect Them!! She ended her tweet with I’m Ready 2 Do This!” When another poster who has since set their account to private said they would “believe it when they see it” Cher’s parting shot: “Then keep your eyes open bitch.”:

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