Jackie Mason Tells Rosie O’Donnell To Go To “An Insane Asylum” In Brutal Rant

Comic legend Jackie Mason went full scale against Rosie O’Donnell for being a crazy person in a severe tirade. He assaulted O’Donnell for offering Republican congresspersons $2 million each to vote against tax breaks. “A period like this is a period of positive attitude and love and fellowship, and everyone should be cheerful and joyful and adore each other, and unexpectedly, who flies out? Rosie O’Donnell” began Mason.

“Presently clearly, she hasn’t gotten any consideration recently, and each time a big name hasn’t gotten any consideration — I shouldn’t call her a big name, individuals overlooked who the damnation she is,” said Mason.

On the off chance that Trump offered anyone a million dollars, or on the off chance that he offered them five dollars, or regardless of whether it was a quarter, they would have said he’s associated with pay off, he doesn’t have a place there, there’d be arraignment procedures beginning next Thursday. I have a superior thought for her. Why not offer $4 million to a crazy refuge, ’cause that is the place you have a place,” said Mason.

He additionally assaulted O’Donnell for asserting that Sen. Collins is not anymore a lady since she voted in favor of tax reductions.

“On the off chance that as indicated by Rosie O’Donnell, Susan Collins lost her womanhood since she voted in favor of the expense design, why she didn’t advise this to Bruce Jenner? Bruce Jenner could have spared a fortune on the transgender business… he should simply join Congress and vote in favor of the assessment design!” said Mason.

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  1. Lulu Augeri

    January 13, 2018 at 9:55 am

    Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing some research on that. And he just bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch! “High living and high thinking are poles apart.” by B. J. Gupta.

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