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Michelle Wolf Calls for Nasty Heckling of Ivanka Trump


Michelle Wolf, the infamous comic from the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner, has called for people to heckle Ivanka Trump in a grossly specific way.

On her Netflix Original show, "The Break with Michelle Wolf", she said first to call Ivanka “Tiffany” because, “This will devastate her.” Then, she goes full crazy.

“Then, talk to her in terms she’ll understand. Say, ‘Ivanka, you’re like vaginal mesh. You were supposed to support women, but now you have blood all over you and you’re the center of a thousand lawsuits,’” said Wolf.

Wolf noted that she agrees with California Rep. Maxine Waters' call to harass and confront members of the Trump administration, but went a step further saying, "casually harassing" them is not enough. 

“You have to insult them specifically,” Wolf said. 

“‘You’re a c---’ doesn’t hurt them," she continued, referring to "Full Frontal" host Samantha Bee's vulgar segment on Ivanka in May. "You have to make sure your words are life-altering hurtful." 

Wolf then compared Ivanka to herpes: 

"Is your nickname herpes? Because you’re not necessarily the most dangerous person in the administration but you’re very unpleasant, totally incurable and you always show up when we’re about to get f---ed.”

The comedian finishes her segment by saying, "Remember: discourse is a path to change and Ivanka is the prettiest tumor in a swiftly moving cancer."

Recently on the Senate floor, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said, "No one should call for the harassment of political opponents. That's not right. That's not American." 

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