After the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York where an 18-year-old white male opened fire at a local supermarket, killing 10, a manifesto was supposedly found online, sharing some of the views of the shooter. While not authenticated yet, according to the manifesto, the shooter had strong beliefs in white supremacy and the belief that white people were being replaced in society. At the same time, the mainstream media and Democrats used the opportunity to place the blame on former President Donald Trump and the GOP. On Wednesday, 76-year-old actress, Bette Midler, suggested Tucker Carlson and the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, be arrested.
Jumping on Twitter to share her anger, Midler wrote, “#tuckercarlson should be arrested and tried for sedition and fomenting insurrection. #[Rupert] Murdoch should have his citizenship revoked; the damage he continues to do to our democracy will soon become irreparable. #NewtGingrich should be clapped in irons for getting him past the #FCC.”
That wasn’t all as she continued tweeting not long after, “We have ‘unalienable rights?’ ‘Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness?’ How are citizens supposed to believe in these sacred principles if they are getting slaughtered every time they go to the store? If a government can’t deliver on this foundational promise, it’s worthless.”
It should be noted that the actress received a mountain of backlash after she proposed that mothers breastfeed more due to the ongoing shortage of baby formula. When criticized, Midler appeared to double-down, tweeting, “People are piling on because of former tweet. No, shame if you can’t breastfeed, but if you can & are somehow convinced that your own milk isn’t as good as a ‘scientifically researched product,’ that’s something else again. The monopoly news is news to me, tho, no lie. #WETNURSES.”
While parents around America are struggling to find baby formula, the Biden administration was caught hoarding it to give to migrant mothers being met at the Southern border. When asked during her last week at the White House, Press Secretary Jen Psaki defended the move.