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Do you know the definition of low? Need an answer? Rosie O’Donnell. You may think that everybody has the right to say anything, but bullying a child? What kind of monster do you have to be to do such a thing? Things like these may destroy someone’s life, and if that someone is a child, the bully should be put behind bars. A single tweet can harm a child to a terrible extent. O’Donnell addressed her tweet to a ten-year-old boy, saying: “Autistic? If so – what an amazing opportunity to bring attention to the AUTISM epidemic.” The boy Rosie was talking about is Barron Trump. Oh, wait, Rosie may not be the bully. Barron will be bullied by all the children in his school. Well done, O’Donnell.
Her disgusting tweet was followed by another that was supposed to mend things. “Not my (YouTube) movie clip,” she said. “Lots of us who raise autistic children notice things many would miss… some things felt familiar.” And to make it even worse, O’Donnell fnished her tweet with #NOshameAUTISM. The video was described with #StopTheBullying. How kind. Hypocrite. O’Donnell could even write #BlackLivesMatter, #EndWorldHunger or #FreePalestine, but she’d still be a disgusting bully. She was definitely not trying to raise mental health awareness. She was focused on President Trump and his family for so many times, and now she got to his youngest son. What was she thinking? “If you can’t stop him from becoming President, at least destroy the life of his little kid.” This could be the newest saying by Rosie O’Donnell.
This is a severe issue that would set the world on fire. Using the worst moments of one person to make a video and bully the very same person is the lamest game ever. Humiliating someone and setting a diagnose about a particular mental illness is something cowards do. Reporters have caught Barron during the election night when he was still awake to celebrate his father’s victory. He was filmed during long speeches and stuff. And so what? The child could be sleepy and bored. That doesn’t mean that Barron has autism. And even if he has, he would be one of the many American children who have to live with this diagnose.
Rosie O’Donnell defended her actions for ten days, and she finally decided to apologize. As if she meant it. “I apologize @MELANIATRUMP – I was insensitive in my RT – i am sorry for the pain i caused – it was not my intent – i am truly sorry,” O’Donnell wrote on Tweeter on Thursday, December 1. And then she locked her twitter account. The video maker apologized, too, and kept the account public. “It was incredibly irresponsible of me to diagnose Barron Trump using a selection of misleading videos. My video was originally intended as an anti-bullying video, as I myself suffer from autism and wanted to educate people. Unfortunately, I completely misdiagnosed a person and ended up making a video that was false, defamatory and malicious. I retract every single statement I made in that horrendous video, and want to sincerely apologize to the Trump family, especially to Melania and Barron Trump.” This sounds better, you’d agree on this one.
Should O’Donnell be banned from TV? I guess so. We don’t need someone like her talking out loud. So, what will be her punishment?
What do you think about O’Donnell and her action? What will happen now?