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Hollywood star Bette Midler has suffered another public meltdown after a Twitter user called her “woke” credentials into question.
After Midler was accused of being a climate hypocrite, she lashed out with a bizarre defense by admitting that she doesn’t bathe frequently.
In fact, she claims she only bathes once a month.
Midler made a virtue-signaling environmental post on social media, prompting allegations of hypocrisy.
One Twitter user replied with a sarcastic comment, saying: “Bette is so worried about this that she abandoned her house, car, stopped flying and gave up on all modern conveniences and now lives in a solar-powered hut in the forest.
“What a great example she set for the rest of us.
“Three cheers for Bette!”
The response cause Midler to implode, saying: “If you knew what I have done to mitigate the criminal environmental craziness in this country, you would kiss my ass.
“I bathe once a month! F*ck you!
“In addition, I have saved parks, built parks, cleaned parks, sent kids to schools, taught them how to play music,” she continued.
“Honored nature by giving people actual LAND to grow their own food and find peace and serenity in nature.
“WHAT HAVE YOU DONE BESIDES SLAG ME?”
According to Breitbart, Midler has been ranting on Twitter for a while, most recently trashing Thanksgiving:
Disney’s Hocus Pocus 2 star Bette Midler spent her Thanksgiving trashing the national holiday, posting a meme that denigrated the pilgrims as “undocumented aliens from Europe.”
In a tweet on Thursday, Bette Midler posted a meme showing a pilgrim and an Indian sharing a turkey in what appears to be a depiction of the first Thanksgiving in 1621. The meme’s snarky caption reads: “Celebrating the day Americans fed undocumented aliens from Europe.”
Midler’s meme inaccurately depicts what actually transpired between the Plymouth colony pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians at the first Thanksgiving feast.
Historical accounts show that both the pilgrims and Indians contributed food to the meal, with the pilgrims hunting fowl and the Indians bringing deer.
They also feasted on the vegetables that the pilgrims grew with the help of the Indians.