Following the death of actress Debbie Reynolds, Charlie Sheen tweeted that God should “take” the president-elect next. Predictably, there has been virtually no media response. Can you imagine the rage we would have seen in the mainstream media had a conservative actor called for the death of President Obama when he was first elected to office?
This was Sheen’s tweet: “Dear God, Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please!”
When he received some negative response (not much), Sheen dug in with another tweet:
“The media’s reaction to last night’s tweet is insanely emblematic of the panoramic timorousness, draped vastly and wantonly, across any and all expressions of hope or joy, that we now dare to publish or impart. Oh, by the way, I was talking to God, not you.”
Apparently, God has signed up on Sheen’s Twitter account.
From this amazing hate-filled statement, I draw two conclusions.
1. It’s okay for the left to call for the death of a Republican president, but if a conservative pundit even criticizes a black Democratic president, he is immediately branded as a racist.
2. You don’t need a Twitter account to communicate with God.