Liberal “Hocus Pocus” witch Bette Midler took aim at the National Rifle Association with a recent tweet accusing them of “killing children.”
Midler shared the loaded meme on Mother’s Day, which read, “Planned Parenthood isn’t killing children. You’re thinking of the NRA.”
A federal appeals court recently slapped down a law in her home state California that restricted adults 21 and younger from purchasing semiautomatic rifles.
“America would not exist without the heroism of the young adults who fought and died in our revolutionary army. Today we reaffirm that our Constitution still protects the right that enabled their sacrifice: the right of young adults to keep and bear arms,” Ninth Circuit Judge Ryan Nelson wrote about the ruling.
Midler also retweeted a post from Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA). “You know who had a heartbeat? Every child murdered in their school because Republicans are the party of mass shooters,” he alleged. “This isn’t about heartbeats. This is about criminalizing women.”
“Truth told and re-told,” Midler captioned. “Now it’s your turn. Re-tweet.”
The “Beaches” star has been on a Twitter tirade since last week’s Supreme Court draft opinion on the overturning of Roe v. Wade was leaked.
“In his draft to abolish #RoeVWade, #JusticeAlito noted, as #JusticeAmyConeyBarrett did during the oral argument before the court, that safe haven laws allow women to drop off babies anonymously.”There are 400,000 children in foster care. How can a failing system handle any more?” She posted on May 5.
Midler claimed that the conservative justices wanted to condemn unwanted children to “lives of untold heartbreak, misery & neglect,” which she believes is worse than being aborted.
“They presume “safe haven” kids get adopted. Well, they don’t,” she continued. “Do your homework, you fools. They’re stuck in limbo until they age out, with no families no skills no hope.”
In a third Mother’s Day post, Midler shared a meme that read: “Next time the National Anthem is played, every woman and girl should take a knee.”
— bettemidler (@BetteMidler) May 8, 2022