…as she hopes her Trump hatred “doesn’t kill her
Nancy Sinatra has had one thing going for her…a famous last name. She is defined by a 1967 duet with her father, Frank, appropriately titled “Something Stupid,” recorded on her father’s Reprise label. Nothing has changed these many years later. Now closing in on 81, and longing for the spotlight that has mostly eluded her, she exhibits none of the class that her tuxedoed, talented father radiated. He attended John Kennedy’s inaugural celebration and was an equally welcome guest at Ronald Reagan’s, where he danced with First Lady Nancy Reagan. President Trump and First Lady Melania’s first dance was to Sinatra’s signature tune “My Way,“ at the 2016 inaugural ball.
A Democrat for the first half of his life, Frank Sinatra eventually saw the light and permanently switched to Republican when Ronald Reagan ran for a second term as governor of California in 1970.
Frank’s daughter, known for raunch, shared the same name as Mrs. Reagan, though none of the elegance, wants Second Amendment supporting Trump voters eradicated, telling the British press she now has a deep anger inside of her toward Trump’s voters.
“We squeaked by (in the November election). I don’t know what I would have done if Biden had lost. It crossed my mind to move to another country,” she said. “I couldn’t believe that this great nation had sunk so low. I’ll never forgive the people that voted for him (President Donald Trump), ever. I have an angry place inside of me now. I hope it doesn’t kill me.”
Nancy Sinatra is no stranger to this type of extremist rhetoric. Apparently unfamiliar with the Second Amendment to the Constitution, she blamed law abiding gun owners for the horrific 2017 massacre at a country music festival on the Las Vegas strip. The killer, meticulously plotted and executed the mass killings then shot himself. “The murderous members of the NRA should face a firing squad,” Ms. Sinatra was quoted as saying.