After Bribing GOP Senators With $4Mil, Rosie Gets Life-Ending News With The Full Extent Of The Law

After Bribing GOP Senators With $4Mil, Rosie Gets Life-Ending News With The Full Extent Of The Law


Rosie Odonnell just can’t catch a break. The washed up “Comedian” has lost all credibility after this last presidential election. The problem with Hollywood is they feel they’re entitled to getting their way on whatever it is they want, even if it costs them time in prison. Money talks and BS walks. In the case of Rosie, well… money is about to land her rear-end in the slammer. Maybe now she can cozy up to a “Bubba” and live happily ever after. Afterall she’s never really had the affection of a man. I guess she realized she looks and acts like one every day. Maybe that’s why she’s jealous of President Trump. He’s a powerful man. Something Rosie has always wanted to be.

I can’t seem to understand how Hollywood liberals claim to be so open-minded and loving. These people constantly talk down to anyone who isn’t them – Suggesting how to live, what to drive, and how we’re supposed to be “Stewards Of The Earth” when they fly around in private jets and take trips around the world in their million dollar yachts. Yes, we’re talking to you too, Leo. You’re nothing short of a lying hypocrite.

O’Donnell, who has been a long-time critic of President Trump and the Republican Party, offered a cool $4 million in cash to Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine)  and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) if they voted against the historic tax-cut & reform package.

Her tweet called specifically on Republican Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Susan Collins of Maine. Ms. O’Donnell offered $2 million to each senator to vote no. She then followed up telling Ms. Collins specifically to call if she wanted to negotiate.

Offering money to a lawmaker in exchange for changing a vote, or voting a particular way, is illegal.


The rule says anyone who “directly or indirectly, corruptly gives, offers or promises anything of value to any public official” in exchange for an action, such as a vote.

t’s not immediately clear if O’Donnell’s tweets violated the bribery statute.

But Rebecca Roiphe, a New York Law School professor, said the word “corruptly” is the strongest one in the rule, which O’Donnell didn’t display in the tweets.

“It’s political commentary,” Roiphe, a former prosecutor, told the Daily News. “What she’s trying to do is show these people had already been bought off.”


FBI officials neither confirm nor deny investigations.

Most prosecutors would use their discretion, Roiphe said, look at the context of the political situation and not even interview O’Donnell.

“It all rides on what her intent was in writing that tweet,” she told the News. And trying to buy influence isn’t “the point of this whole string of these tweets. What she’s trying to do is fake-offer a bribe to point out that they’ve already been politically been bought.” -NY Daily News


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