Barbra Streisand tried to rip former President Donald Trump in a new interview In Variety but proved she doesn’t know what she is talking about instead.
She was asked, “Are you hopeful now after the four years of Trump?”
She said: “Disaster. Removing climate change facts from a website even? I mean, not being allowed to mention the phrase climate change. That was four years in a black hole. Unforgivable. Four years of people dying unnecessarily because they didn’t tell the truth. The truth is so important. Tell people the truth, they can deal with it.”
She was asked, “How are you feeling today? There’s the pandemic, but Biden is President.
She said: “I love Biden. I love his compassion, his honesty, his integrity, his love of facts, not fiction.
“He is a good-hearted soul, intelligent. Years in the Senate. I’m a big fan.”
She was asked: “Do you think the country’s headed in the right direction?”
She said: “I think the country is certainly headed in the right direction. What’s so hard to understand is all the hate and violence that Trump invoked during his years and how that manifested itself in the January 6th insurrection and the falsities and the lies that are still floating around about an election that Biden won by 7 million votes.
“When you think of it, Al Gore lost the election by 537 votes.
“Hillary Clinton lost the election by 77,000 votes.
“But Trump lost the election by 7 million votes.
“I think they should show that every day on TV.”
She clearly is confusing the electoral college with the popular vote to make her argument and if she doesn’t know she is doing it, she is a moron. If she does, she is a fraud.
She was asked: “Did the Democratic party ever come to you to run for office?”
She said: “No, no, no. That was funny when I was in Washington and talking to people and writing stuff in the papers, it was like, because I’m friends with Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright that means that I can run for office? No.”
She was asked: “Did you ever think about it? Your passion and your empathy are there.”
“It is, but it doesn’t mean I’m qualified to run for office. I know my limits. I’m a pretty smart person, but not that smart.”
Barbra Streisand hasn’t looked back since Donald Trump’s “unforgivable” presidency came to an end.
Streisand, 79, called Trump’s four years in office a “disaster” in a new interview with Variety and touched on the lingering impact of his supporters.
“Removing climate change facts from a website even?” the eight-time Grammy Award winner said. “I mean, not being allowed to mention the phrase climate change.”
She added, “That was four years in a black hole. Unforgivable. Four years of people dying unnecessarily because they didn’t tell the truth. The truth is so important. Tell people the truth, they can deal with it.”