Rosie O’Donnell must not have learned anything from Kathy Griffin’s experience after she posed with a fake decapitated head of President Donald Trump.
The former “View” host has sparked outrage on social media after she used her personal Twitter account to promote an online video game that allows players to push President Donald Trump off of a cliff.
“Push Trump Off A Cliff Again,” O’Donnell tweeted to her one million-plus followers Saturday, with a link to a website called pushtrumpoffacliffagain.com.
The online game gives players the option of pushing the POTUS off a cliff, into a volcano, into a manhole or have him get eaten by a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
O’Donnell’s followers took offense to the game, with one Twitter user replying, “Interesting. You got bent out of shape with the CNN memes but this is okay? Hypocrisy thy name is Rosie.”
Another added, “One can dislike the President whomever he/she is, without suggesting any type of violence. Lead by example.”
The “Push Trump Off Of A Cliff” game was created by Justin Hook, who is a writer for Bob’s Burgers and has developed a string of internet games, including a version of “Family Feud” that lets users guess the most-searched Google terms based on the first few words.
The creator of the game, however, doesn’t understand the outrage, considering how conservatives often vocalized fantasies of hurting President Barack Obama while he was in office.
Push Trump Off A Cliff Again https://t.co/YguB3aG8EP
— ROSIE (@Rosie) July 15, 2017
O’Donnell’s promotion of a game that allows people to kill President Trump comes mere months after Kathy Griffin’s ISIS-inspired photograph of her holding a bloody replica of President Trump’s head, and the Julius Caesar play in Central Park which depicted the brutal stabbing of a Trump-like character.