Cher, a tattooed septuagenarian, known more for her countless plastic surgeries than intellect, is intent on influencing your vote. She’s in Phoenix today, seeking relevance, following her 2002 farewell tour. Eight days out from the most important presidential election in our lifetime, Cher thinks her radical left-wingism has the panache to sway votes to her fellow septuagenarian, Joe Biden, recently embroiled in a cash for influence scandal with his son, Hunter.
This absurd overreach would qualify as humorous, but for the fact that she’s dead serious.
Cher first stopped in Nevada, where she performed in her heyday, before traveling to Arizona Sunday to campaign on behalf of the “Harris Biden administration,” (brief linked video depicts both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris candidly referring to the Democrat ticket.) Not taking any chances on hostile attendees, registration is required even for the press.
No longer an entertainer, pathetic Cher recently tweeted this bizarre message on MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, “I realize… What Bleeds Leads, But your children will grow up in a White is right world Ruled By a Villain. Tonight You were The James Comey of Hillary’s Campaign. If you Talk Negative Ppl Will Think Negative. Serve Your Country not yourself YOU KNOW WHAT HE IS.”
Previously, she tweeted, “without your vote,” the United States “is lost to us,” stating “The difference between lightness & the darkside is your vote.”
Cher, whose daughter Chastity has “transitioned” to being her son, Chaz, raised nearly $2 million for Biden in an LGBTQ-themed virtual fundraiser in August. Chaz’ father was Cher’s first husband Sonny Bono. Following his music career with Cher and their divorce, he was elected as a Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994 to represent California’s 44th congressional district. He died in a skiing accident in 1998 and was succeeded by his widow, Mary Bono, who was elected to fill the remainder of his congressional term. She was elected in her own right to seven subsequent terms.
Trump supporters: If you have not yet voted, the unabashedly leftist Cher hopes you won’t. Election Day is Nov. 3.