Die hard Democrat Chelsea Handler appeared Wednesday on ABC’s The View, where she boasted about verbally abusing conservatives in airports to release her anger to President Donald Trump.
“Well, I would walk into the airports,” she told the show. “I would go to the first class lounge, check in, and then run over to the Fox News section and start assaulting people. Like, I would go in and be like, ‘You’re a racist’ and then I would run out, and then I would run back in and go, ‘Do you want your daughter to have rights, because she won’t,’ and then I would run out. Then I would run back into the Fox News section and I would go, ‘Are you still a racist?'”
Handler also admitted that she was “out of her tree” but said good therapy made her overcome her Trump derangement syndrome.
“My level of outrage was just not — I couldn’t handle it anymore,” she added. “I was just — my veins were throbbing, and I wanted to learn how to talk to Trump supporters or conservatives at this time in 2016. Now Trump supporters, I don’t have anything to say to them anymore at this juncture, but I wanted to be able to have the conversations that I was being prevented from having because of my anger.”
“I find him to be a white supremacist and I find all of his policies to be abhorrent, but my real anger was something that happened to me as a child that I had never dealt with,” the comedian revealed. “When we don’t deal with our injuries, they creep up on us and tap us on the shoulder when we least expect it.”
Earlier in the interview, the long-time Trump critic encouraged the viewers to vote early, because the Republicans are going to “pull some bull” on election day to “try not to let all the votes be counted.”