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Rosie O’Donnell Admits She’s ‘Depressed’ in Tirade Over SCOTUS Immunity Ruling

via Kelly Clarkson Show

Actress Rosie O’Donnell expressed her dismay over the U.S. Supreme Court’s immunity ruling on TikTok, mistakenly claiming that presidents can now order assassinations with impunity.

She suggested that President Joe Biden could potentially have the right to kill individuals, a notion refuted by factual reports.

O’Donnell criticized former President Donald Trump, accusing him of seeking revenge and being mentally unwell.

“Apparently a president is above the law, and he could hire anyone to kill anyone and be immune from prosecution, which would mean, I assume, that President Biden has same that right, right now,” O’Donnell said.

She voiced concern over the Supreme Court’s decision and called for Biden to step aside due to age-related concerns, hinting at cognitive decline.

“He said he wants to go get revenge on all his enemies, and you bet your [expletive] he’s gonna try,” O’Donnell added regarding Trump. “He’s a truly sick man. Truly, truly sick, and there’s no length that he won’t go to. He must be stopped.”

“As we come to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence — and what does it mean this Fourth of July? Not a lot, according to the Supreme Court,” she said.

Additionally, O’Donnell urged people to stay hopeful despite her own feelings of depression and emphasized the importance of seeking support.

“We’re in deep [expletive], people,” O’Donnell said. “And everybody says, ‘What are you gonna do when it turns like The Handmaid’s Tale?’ We’re there, okay? We’re there. Make no mistake.”

“I think what the right thing to do would be for [Biden] to step aside,” she added.

“We all watched for 90 minutes, and it wasn’t just a ‘bad night,’” she said. “We have aging parents, we know what it looks like — we know that look of confusion on their face.”

“Listen, I’m depressed myself, but I’m trying to tell you out there, if you are, you gotta hold on,” O’Donnell said.

“We’ve survived all the depressing days so far. We’ll survive this one,” she added. “Reach out for your friends for help. Tell the people that you love how you feel. And know that this country, I believe, is gonna right itself and oust [Trump] for good in November.”

“And, boy, I pray. That’s all I gotta say,” O’Donnell said.

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