Barbra Streisand posts tweet of gruesome cartoon depicting Trump being killed by Pelosi

October 20, 2019

Broadway star Barbra Streisand showed her not-so-funny side over the weekend with a tweet that shared a cartoon of President Donald Trump being gruesomely killed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Fox News reports. 

She later shared an article with an image depicting Trump being flattened by a large peach.

Pelosi’s deadly high heels

Streisand’s offensive tweet came Friday night, according to Fox. The entertainer shared a cartoon-style image depicting a massive pair of high heels labeled “Pelosi” impaling the president, with his customary red tie hanging down to the ground as if it were a trail of blood.

The image has not been taken down by Twitter.

It all comes crashing down

Streisand’s tweet came days after a confrontation in the White House between the president and House speaker, after which each accused the other of having a “meltdown.”

But according to Fox News, “Streisand’s tweet was just the latest attack on Trump, who she also called a ‘moron-in-chief’ on Saturday morning. In another tweet on Thursday, the singer claimed that Trump continually showed he was unfit to serve as president,” Fox reported.

On Saturday, the musician posted another tweet that showed an image of Trump’s apparent death.

The image, attached to an article from New York Magazine, showed President Trump being crushed by an oversized peach.

If not for double standards…

The images showing Trump’s death aren’t comical or even acceptable, particularly in light of recent threats against the president’s family. But as noted by the president’s son, Donald Trump, Jr., it’s clear that Streisand won’t face any repercussions.

Indeed, the left is happy to turn the other cheek when those in its ranks cross the line. If it weren’t for double standards, the left wouldn’t have any standards at all.

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Ben Marquis

Ben Marquis is a staff writer for Conservative Institute.