Every once in a while we run across a story that provides inarguable evidence that some celebrities are nothing more than snowflakes, where they feel it is their right to speak their minds, but if someone else dares offer a different opinion, it is "menacing," "scary," "terrifying," "aggressive," "rudeness" and "disrespect."
Case in point, the woman now infamous for standing up on stage at the Vulgar Vagina march the day after inauguration day, in DC, grabbing her crotch and proclaiming "I am a nasty woman," going into a seven minute-plus diatribe against the newly inaugurated Donald Trump, implying that he had "wet dreams" about his own daughter, calling him Hitler, among other things, has now taken to her Facebook page to claim victimhood because at a college basketball game, a man said the unthinkable to her when he stated "We like Trump."
Before going into her description of the event, compare the words "We like Trump," to some of her statements heard across the U.S. from January 21, 2017, where every single descriptor she uses to describe a man for simply saying "We like Trump," clearly fits the statements that came out of her own mouth.
Compare her speech above, filled with hatred and venom, with her description of events at a college basketball game on March 11, 2017, the same day she rushed home to post about this "terrifying" event:
An older man with white hair came up to me at my seat today at a basketball game. He said "May I take your picture? I said "Yes." And before I could offer for him to be in the picture with me, 6 inches from my face, he took my picture with his phone. He said "I'm from Big Stone gap." I said, "I love Big Stone Gap! What a beautiful town, I loved making the movie there." I went on to say how good the cooking is, mentioning, of course, the pineapple upside down cake and pumpkin pie!
In my mind I was getting ready to ask him about the national parks and if he ever spends time in especially the Thomas Jefferson National Park – but something inside of me was already clenching and I concluded by simply saying "I like Big Stone Gap. "
He said to me with open hostility as he was backing away, "We like Trump."
That is it, the whole encounter to which she starts off her FB post saying "I'd like to share with you and experience I had today. It's uncomfortable and scary for me and I have a hunch that some of you have had experiences like it."
She goes on to describe the encounter after making it clear that she thinks she has the right to determine that basketball games should be #nopoliticshere events, and she even used that hashtag at the top of the post, before saying it is "clear that his entire approach to me and aggressive sticking his phone 6 inches in front of my face to take my picture was a part of his plan to treat me with rudeness, aggression, and disrespect."
She then further claim that a man asking for her picture, taking a picture, then saying "We like Trump," was a "hostile act," as if anything could be as "hostile" as her diatribe shown above, before she asserts that the man "voted with the KKK," and saying she wanted to tell him she was "sorry to discover Big Stone Gap is full of misogynists like you."
So, basically she just asserted that anyone that voted for Trump over Clinton, voted with the KKK and that Big Stone Gap is full of misogynists because they chose a candidate other than her preferred choice, yet she claims the man was hostile? Ms. Judd needs to meet a mirror. He was aggressive by asking for a picture and taking one after she said yes? Where is the "disrespect"and "rudeness" she accuses him of?
She also states "And his 'we' in 'we like trump-' he's one guy and invoking the royal 'we' is a tactic used to intimated. And I could have said, 'We? Half the folks didn't vote; and more than half who did voted the other way. Pull out the issues check list and show me who your threatening 'we' is, person by person."
That is perhaps the best point made, where Holly-Whores like "I am a nasty woman" Judd, Madonna, Scarlet Johansson and others, running around in their "p*ssy hats," think nothing of using their so-called celebrity (more like has-beens) status to shove their political opinions in our faces, getting wall-to-wall coverage for their speeches which were full of vulgarity, hostility, rudeness, disrespect, and aggressive content, yet they run crying to their "fans" when an elderly gentleman politely asks for a picture and then lets her know he is a Trump supporter.
Whether it is on college campuses across the nation, or up on the stage during the Oscars or Grammys, the victimhood mentality of these liberal progressive snowflakes who seem to think they can say anything they want, where they want, when they want, as long as their voice is the only one being heard (notice Judd and others never debate the issues with anyone that disagrees with them), yet let someone like an elderly gentleman dare offer his opinion, they cry, act like they have been attacked, using phrases like "hostility" and aggression, giving the perfect example of why they have been nicknamed "crybullies."
I go over some of the Facebook and Twitter reactions below: