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Left-wing pop icon Cher went after Democratic Congressional leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, accusing them of “putting lives in danger” by failing to end the ongoing government shutdown.
Cher urged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday to let President Donald Trump “have his fkng money” and end the government shutdown.
In a now-deleted tweet, The pop singer tweeted that Trump was “playing it right” and that Pelosi was “playing right into his hands.”
Contending that Trump would make Democrats look like “obstructionist swamp scum” while real people suffer, Cher urged Pelosi to not “die on this hill” because Trump “stops at nothing.”
“DEMS,STOP SHUTDOWN B4 TRUMP DOES.HELL B HERO & MAKE U LOOK LIKE OBSTRUCTIONIST SWAMP SCUM‼️HE HAS NO SCRUPLES,” she tweeted. “HES PLAYING IT RIIGHT,& UR PLAYING RIGHT IN2 HIS HANDS.HE’LL EAT UR LUNCH & STEAL UR LUNCH ‼️YOU’LL B FKD 6 WAYS 2 SUNDAY.DONT DIE ON THIS HILL.HE STOPS AT NOTHING.”
“FOR trump THIS IS POLITICAL..BUT REAL PPL ARE REALLY SUFFERING ‼️” Cher tweeted. “WHERE WAS THE FKNG CRISIS 1 MONTH AGO,1YR AGO⁉️WHERE HAS IT BEEN FOR THE LAST 2 YRS. HAVING SAID THATNANCY YOU ARE A HERO LET HIM HAVE HIS FKNG MONEY‼️PPL WILL STARVE LOSE THEIR HOMES, B UNABLE 2 C DRS.”
Cher’s comments come a day after Pelosi and Schumer delivered a rebuttal to President Trump’s address to the nation on the importance of stopping illegal immigration by constructing a border wall, with the pair accusing Trump of “manufacturing a crisis” for political ends.
“President Trump must stop holding the American people hostage, must stop manufacturing a crisis and must reopen the government,” Pelosi said.
Democrat’s refusal to agree a deal with Trump on border security is the reason behind the government shutdown, meaning around 800,000 federal workers are not getting paid, while many essential government departments are not receiving the necessary funding to carry out their activities.