Rosie O’Donnell tells Paul Ryan he’ll ‘go straight to hell’ for what he ‘just did’ to America

Rosie O’Donnell tells Paul Ryan he’ll ‘go straight to hell’ for what he ‘just did’ to America
Far-left celebrity Rosie O'Donnell put an exclamation point on her continuing 2017 tirade against all things conservative by tweeting on Christmas Day that House Speaker Paul Ryan will "go straight to hell" for what he "just did" to America. (Image source: YouTube screenshot)

Far-left celebrity Rosie O’Donnell put an exclamation point on her continuing 2017 tirade against all things conservative by tweeting on Christmas Day that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) “will go straight to hell” for what he “just did” to America.

O’Donnell’s tweet also told Ryan “don’t talk about Jesus” and called the practicing Roman Catholic a “fake altar boy.”

“paul ryan — don’t talk about Jesus after what u just did to our nation — u will go straight to hell,” O’Donnell wrote. “u screwed up fake altar boy. #JUDASmuch.”

She appeared to be reacting to a tweet that included a Christmas message from the Republican speaker.

“At the end of every year, no matter how short or how long it may feel, there is always Christmas,” Ryan said in the clip. “Waiting for us is that sense of wonder that the shepherds felt when the angels appeared in the night sky to herald the birth of a Savior.”

So, what was it that Ryan ‘just did’?

While O’Donnell, 55, didn’t specify what Ryan “just did” to merit her reaction, it came on the heels of a massive Republican-led tax cut that leftists of O’Donnell’s ilk aggressively spoke out against.

What else has O’Donnell been up to?

Days before, Rosie also tweeted an offer of $2 million each to GOP senators to vote against the tax-reform bill.

O’Donnell also issued off-color tweets to conservative commentator Ben Shapiro after he noted that Republican President Donald Trump would be carved into Mount Rushmore if he orders a federal investigation of O’Donnell.

Twitter suspended O’Donnell’s account over her reaction to Shapiro, the Washington Times said.