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Trump supporters melt down after country music star blasts the president in profane Instagram post

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An Instagram post from country music star Kacey Musgraves has some of President Trump’s supporters in a huff after she referred to the President as a “f*cking tool.”

The post was in one of Musgraves’ Instagram stories where she included a screenshot of a March 29 tweet from Trump that stated, “President Trump is a ratings hit.”

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“Since reviving the daily White House briefing Mr. Trump and his coronavirus updates have attracted an average audience of 8.5 million on cable news, roughly the viewership of the season finale of The Bachelor. Numbers are continuing to rise,” the tweet read.

An article from Popculture.com highlighting Musgraves’ post was posted to Facebook, and the comment thread that opened up beneath was full of a lot of unhappy Trump supporters.

“Never liked her, she’s a big liberal, can’t believe country music embraces her,” one commenter wrote.

“Never liked her from day one she’s an entitled little B****!” wrote commenter Bill Swenson. “She just think she’s all that I was rolling her eyes and making faces what other country stars are doing their thing she just thinks the universe revolves around her. Snobby little pain in the A**!!!!”

Is she willing to spend her money to help anyone in need, probably not, she better hold on to it ask the Dixie Chicks!!!” wrote Lee Ann Hamilton. 

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“I used to like her,” stated Melissa Williams. “Not anymore. Will never listen to her music anymore.”

To the full comment thread, go here.


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CNBC’s Rick Santelli ripped as ‘psychopath’ for on-air ‘meltdown’ over COVID-19 restrictions

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CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin and Rick Santelli clashed over coronavirus restrictions, setting off another round of discussion on social media.

The conservative Santelli loudly insisted that bars and restaurants, which are shut down in many areas, were no more dangerous than large retailers, which have mostly been allowed to stay open, and Sorkin cut him off.

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Federal judge says Trump pardon of Michael Flynn may have been ‘too broad’: report

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The comments “came unexpectedly” during a Freedom of Information Act hearing about releasing documents from special counsel Robert Mueller's office, according to BuzzFeed reporter Jason Leopold.

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Here’s why Republicans who are calling for a Trump dictatorship should not be taken lightly — and aren’t going away

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The United States dodged an authoritarian bullet when former Vice President Joe Biden, a centrist Democrat, became president-elect, winning 306 electoral votes and defeating defeated President Donald Trump by more than 6 million in the popular vote. But when Republican Lin Wood, a pro-Trump attorney who has been fighting the election results in Georgia, implores Trump to impose martial law and elections officials are receiving death threats for acknowledging Biden as president-elect, it is painfully obvious that there is a strong appetite for fascism in parts of the United States. And journalist Sasha Abramsky, in an article published by The Nation on December 4, warns that Republicans who are openly calling for fascism should not be taken lightly.

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