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(2) Yahoo Picks Up The Bitch’s Tweet Slamming Chelsea Handler’s Hypocritical Comment

Chelsea Handler under fire for vulgar video Olivia Morris | Yahoo7 Be | 10 December 2017 Chelsea Handler has been slammed for posting a video on Twitter promoting the new season of her Netflix show, Chelsea . In the video, Fortune Feimster plays the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, mocking her weight and appearance in a fake makeup tutorial. The comedian refers to Sarah’s face as a “big, fat biscuit” in the video and also ridicules the press secretary’s physical appearance. “Right now my skin is dry, just like Puerto Rico right before that one rainy day they had,” Fortune, 37, says in the clip. Many have not seen the comedy in the trailer for Chelsea’s series and slammed her for being hypocritical. You cannot claim to champion women’s rights and simultaneously mock a successful woman’s looks simply because you disagree politically. “You cannot claim to champion women’s rights and simultaneously mock a successful woman’s looks simply because you disagree politically,” one Twitter user wrote. Others branded Chelsea a “bully”. Chelsea is just a bully. Sad,that any women would find this funny. @chelseahandler is a mess. She needs help. She bullies a role model, @sarahsanders , because she feels inferior, inadequate. Handler is a textbook bully. Chelsea Handler is nothing more than a “Bully” trying to disguise it as sick humor… pic.twitter.com/RtQnirNBM0 “Glad to see how much of a strong feminist you are, by promoting positive body image of other females,” another Twitter user said. Glad to see how much of a strong feminist you are, by promoting positive body image of other females. @SarahHuckabee This post prompted a response from Chelsea herself and she wasn’t backing down to her critics. “This woman deserves to be taken down,” she wrote. “She is pure evil.” This woman deserves to…

(1) Yahoo Picks Up The Bitch’s Tweet Slamming Chelsea Handler’s Hypocritical Comment

Chelsea Handler under fire for vulgar video Olivia Morris Yahoo7 Be•10 December 2017 (View Original Article) Chelsea Handler has been slammed for posting a video on Twitter promoting the new season of her Netflix show, Chelsea. In the video, Fortune Feimster plays the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, mocking her weight and appearance in a fake makeup tutorial. The comedian refers to Sarah’s face as a “big, fat biscuit” in the video and also ridicules the press secretary’s physical appearance. Chelsea Handler (pictured here in October 2017) has come under fire for a promotional video she posted on Twitter promoting her new season of her Netflix series. Source: Getty The video was mocking White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, pictured here earlier this month. Source: Getty “Right now my skin is dry, just like Puerto Rico right before that one rainy day they had,” Fortune, 37, says in the clip. Many have not seen the comedy in the trailer for Chelsea’s series and slammed her for being hypocritical. In the video, Fortune Feimster plays the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, mocking her weight and appearance in a fake makeup tutorial. Source: Netflix   “You cannot claim to champion women’s rights and simultaneously mock a successful woman’s looks simply because you disagree politically,” one Twitter user wrote. Others branded Chelsea a “bully”. “Glad to see how much of a strong feminist you are, by promoting positive body image of other females,” another Twitter user said.   This post prompted a response from Chelsea herself and she wasn’t backing down to her critics. “This woman deserves to be taken down,” she wrote. “She is pure evil.”

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SOURCE: http://money.cnn.com/2018/01/12/news/companies/jeff-bezos-dreamers-college/index.html It’s great that Jeff Bezos is funding college education for those in need. It’s even greater that there aren’t any actual US citizens or veterans that need scholarships. Oh, wait…

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