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Cher on Trump: ‘HES RESPONSIBLE 4 ALMOST 1000 DRS & NURSES DEATHS’

By CNSNews.com Staff | July 15, 2020 | 4:40pm EDT
(Photo by Harry Langdon/Getty Images)
(Photo by Harry Langdon/Getty Images)

Cher, the singer, sent out a pair of consecutive tweets—one on Tuesday night and another on Wednesday afternoon—criticizing President Donald Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis.

“U KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT trump,” Cher said.

“BUT HES RESPONSIBLE 4 ALMOST 1000 DRS & NURSES DEATHS,” she said.

“THEY STILL HAVE NO PPE,ITS NO JOKE.PPL ARE KILLING BUS DRIVERS,&GROCERS BECAUSE THEY WERE ASKED 2 WEART MASK,’ Cher said.

“IF WE DON’T WEAR MASKS WE’LL DIE [image of a coffin]!!,” she said.

“IS BEING A TRUMP VOTER WORTH YOUR LIVE!?” she concluded her Tuesday night tweet.

“CRISIS,” she said on Wednesday afternoon—with images of lightning bolts bracketing the word “crisis.”

Cher continued:

“TRUMP NO LONGER WANTS PUBLIC 2 KNOW,

1.NUMBER OF COVID CASES.

2.HOSPITALIZATIONS.

3.DEATHS[image of coffin].TRUMP DOESN’T WANT ANY COVID INFO SENT 2 CDC WHERE ITS SAFE. HE WANTS COVID INFO SENT 2 HIS ‘HHS’.SO WE CANT PROETCT OURSELVES.IF SOMEONE U[image of heart]DIES,TRUMP DOESN’T CARE.”

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