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Rosie O’Donnell Insists There Are Over 100,000 Concentration Camps in America

Actress and activist made the stunning claim this week

On Monday, Rosie O’Donnell joined Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live After Show” and dropped a bombshell that nobody is willing to believe or even pay attention to, for that matter.

O’Donnell claimed there are over 100,000 concentration camps across the country that hold illegal aliens, specifically minors.

Here’s the thing.

If this is the case, why isn’t she doing anything about it? Why has not she traveled to one of these “concentration sites” and protested?

Far too many Hollywood types, in my view, think they can get on television and use that medium to say whatever the heck they want without any consequences or repercussions.

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O’Donnell knows perfectly well we do not have concentration camps in the United States, let alone 100,000 of them.

Now she’s planning on participating in a rally called Lights for Liberty on July 12.

The goal of this optics theater scene for many of them is to join together and sing kumbaya, hold hands, shout at President Donald Trump — and then litter the fields with trash before leaving to go back to their computers and start yelling on the line once again.

O’Donnell: “Yeah, the concentration camps, even though there’s lots of controversy about the word — but actually, legitimate scholars who study genocide say, yes, these are, in fact, the criteria for concentration camps, they meet them. There are over 100,000 camps in nearly every state. There’s between 10,000 and 13,000 children, that could fill Radio City Music Hall twice. That’s how many children [are] unaccompanied, alone, in these camps.”

Not once did she say where such camps supposedly are or name any of the scholars that study genocide.

This piece originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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