Pop singer Cher returned to her Donald Trump-bashing ways this week as she launched yet another assault on the president while talking about why she supports presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
“You have to vote for the one side you hate the least,” Cher told Billboard, adding that she sees Biden as an “honest” man.
“I like Joe. I’ve known Joe for a long, long, long time,” Cher said. “I had a meeting once with him and I thought, ‘You know what? This is an honest man.’ It was way before he was with Barack Obama. We had a conversation and he was so painfully honest.”
Cher went on to admit that Biden is a flawed candidate, although she did not go into detail about what these flaws are.
“You know, everybody’s got faults,” she said. “But at least he has a soul and he understands pain. He’s also been a politician for a gazillion years. I think he still has got it or I wouldn’t vote. I’m actually registered as an independent. It means I don’t agree with everybody, but in the final analysis, you have to vote for the one side you hate the least.”
The interview devolved from there into Cher expressing her deranged hatred for Trump, someone she has been attacking with hate on what often seems to be a daily basis throughout his presidency.
“As much as I dislike Trump — and dislike doesn’t even come anywhere near to what I feel about him — if I thought that he was really interested in people and came up with something to help, I would give him some props, even though I think he would have nothing to do with it,” she said. “If his administration would start saving lives, I’d back off for awhile.”
Not stopping there, Cher also talked about her love for failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and for Democratic Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).
“I’ve known Hillary for quite a long time,” the singer said. “She’s smart, inquisitive, always learning and tough as nails. She knows more about government than most presidents. But she’s also kind of a girly girl, too.”
As for Ocasio-Cortez, Cher digs the far-left agenda that she’s pushing.
“That kind of activism is what’s necessary,” Cher said. “Going left is fine, but it has to be in degrees so that the people who are centrist can think that sounds good or it isn’t so radical. We have to bring everybody along and not drag or pull them along. ”
Cher is just another narcissistic celebrity who thinks that years of success in the entertainment world makes her an expert on all things political. Her self-delusion knows no bounds, so it’s impossible to take anything she says seriously. Cher can bash Trump in the most hateful ways imaginable all she wants to, but it’s not going to stop the rest of us from voting for him come November.
This piece was written by PopZette Staff on May 5, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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