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Bette Midler: Ban Viagra Because It’s ‘God’s Will’ You Have a ‘Limp D*ck’

'Woke' Hollywood star issues vulgar statement

 on 30th June 2022 @ 8.00pm
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Disney actress Bette Midler has issued a vulgar statement in support of killing babies, claiming that male impotence is "God's will."

The "woke" Hollywood star was reacting to the U.S. Supreme Court overruling the landmark abortion ruling Roe v. Wade.

Midler, issued a statement proclaiming that the anti-impotency drug Viagra should be banned, “because if pregnancy is ‘God’s will,’ then so is your limp d*ck.”

"Time to ban Viagra," declared Midler, star of Disney’s upcoming children's movie Hocus Pocus 2.

"Because if pregnancy is ‘God’s will,’ then so is your limp d*ck,” Midler added on Monday.

The Loose Women actress joins a cohort of other celebrities who are having a collective meltdown over the Supreme Court overruling Roe v. Wade on Friday.

The Court held in the Dobbs case that the Constitution does not include a right to abortion and returned abortion laws to state legislatures.

Wealthy celebrities have been imploding over the move as they fear that poor people won't be able to kill their babies anymore, allowing population numbers to grow.

Midler is not the only one to suggest doing away with Viagra, however.

An advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) in Illinois resigned after publicly declaring that she would no longer be prescribing Viagra to white males who vote conservative, adding, “your penis needs to ask God for the power to rise.”

But unlike the nurse from Illinois, Midler has nothing to worry about with regards to having to resign over such commentary.

Hollywood is far more lackadaisical, allowing for the actress to continue staring in movies, like one of her latest titles, the 2017 film Freak Show.

Other celebrities have also sounded off in reaction to the Supreme Court’s life-saving decision, expressing their dismay over the reality that women may not find it as easy to kill their unborn children.

Left-wing pop star Cher went into a full-blown all-caps panic, claiming that President Donald Trump’s “radical Republican Supreme Court” is “responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of American women.”

Cher didn't provide any evidence for these allegations, however, and her post wasn't flagged by Twitter as "false."

As did 19-year-old pop singer and Disney Channel star Olivia Rodrigo, who bizarrely declared she is “terrified that so many women and so many girls are going to die” in a post-Roe America.

Meanwhile, left-wing actress Jane Fonda suggested America “redefine vaginas as AK-47s” in order for women to have more rights — a peculiar comment, given that may suggest the Stoner Cats star believes she would have more rights if she had to go through a background check before her vagina is bought and sold.

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