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Secret Service to Investigate Madonna’s “Blow Up the White House” Remark

She might be used to expressing herself in just about every way imaginable, but singer Madonna might have landed herself in some hot water after she went off on a rant about President Donald Trump where she admitted to thinking about blowing up the White House.

During the Women’s March on Washington Saturday, Madonna said, “I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House, and I know this won’t change anything. We cannot fall into despair.”

Then, in a decidedly liberal moment of irony, she quoted W.H. Auden and said, “We must love one another or die.”

She might have thought she was being cute when she said what she did, but the Secret Service might think otherwise.

A spokesman for the Secret Service said the agency is “aware” of the singer’s comments and will open an investigation. However, the decision on whether to prosecute remained a matter for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, according to The Gateway Pundit.

Madonna’s remarks about blowing up the White House begin at the 4:17 mark. Warning: this video contains language that might be offensive to some.

Such a class act.

Honestly, it was a dumb thing to say, but certainly not the first dumb thing Madonna has said.

The superstar made an idiot out of herself after the election by blaming women for Trump’s win. Now, she is expecting them to rally around her after she fantasizes about blowing up the White House.

She will probably try to backtrack and claim her words were taken out of context, but she needs to explain that to the Secret Service.

Madonna, as well as every other Democrat who has expressed outrage over the result of the election, has become the embodiment of the hate they so often preach against.

From CT.