At Daily Kos, “First Amendment” reports that Pompeo asks when he’ll be ‘loved.’ Music legend responds: when he stops ’enabling Trump’ (h/t Mrs. Scriber)
This little gem from Twitter is making major rounds.
According to Sam Greisman, a movie writer and the youngest son of Sally Field, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was having a major sad at the State Department dinner for Kennedy Center honorees.
Pompeo reportedly asked when he would be “loved.” That’s when Linda Ronstadt replied to his question and she pulled no punches.
At the State Dept. dinner for the Kennedy Center honorees Mike Pompeo wondered aloud when he would be “loved”. Then Linda Ronstadt got up to get laurels, looked the fucker right in the eye and said “maybe when you stop enabling Donald Trump”.
Variety also covered the exchange, though relayed it a bit differently. “Ronstadt rose to the microphone a feet away from the host’s table and looked straight ahead,” the magazine reported. “‘I’d like to say to Mr Pompeo, who wonders when he’ll be loved, it’s when he stops enabling Donald Trump.’ Then she sat down.”
That’s some serious shade right there. Ronstadt has been battling Parkinson’s disease since 2013, but nothing was going to stop her from exposing one of Trump’s main stooges.
The gutless GOP weaklings who’ve betrayed their country to defend Trump could learn something from Ms. Ronstadt, but I seriously doubt they will—because they’re far too busy defending him over our Constitution.
Here’s a cover of “When Will I Be Loved”… that was one her many smash hits.
I’ll be listening to her music today. …