Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee raised more than a few eyebrows on social media Thursday after he tweeted a profane rant warning President Trump supporters that Democrats are going to “pay you back so f—ing hard” once they win the White House in 2020.
“You Trumpsters better pray that liberals never gain control of the WH again because we are going to pay you back so f—ing hard for all of this sh–,” the post read. “Planned Parenthoods on every damn corner. We’re going to repaint Air Force One p—y hat pink and fly if over your beloved Bible Belt 6 days a week, tossing birth control pills, condoms & atheist literature from the cockpit. We’re going to tax your mega churches so bad Joel Osteen will need to get a job at Chik Fil A to pay his light bill.
“Speaking of Chik Fil A, we’re buying cult leaders tortured with conversion therapy,” the post added. “Have fun with the new menu you bigoted f–ks. Try the McPence. It’s a boiled unseasoned chicken breast that you have to eat in the closet with your mother.”
The post tweeted by Mr. Leesurfaced on Reddit and other sites last year, the New York Post reported. The author of the rant is not clear.
It continued, “We’re going to gather up ALL of your guns, melt them down and turn them into a gargantuan metal mountain emblazoned with the face of Hillary Clinton. ALL parks will be renamed Rosa Parks asap. We’re replacing Confederate statures with BLM leaders and Mexican immigrants. Every single public school will be renamed after a child that was kidnapped by this regime. And after we fumigate the WH, we’re repainting the whole thing rainbow.
Fox News will be taken over and turned into a family refugee shelter. We’re turning Hannity’s office into a giant unisex bathroom with changing tables and free tampons. And every single time a Trumpster complains about any of the changes, we’re adding an openly gay character to a Disney movie.”
In his own words, Mr. Lee posted a follow-up tweet saying he had to “go take a trump.” The posts received mixed reactions, making Mr. Lee a top trending topic on Twitter on Friday.