Dolly Parton’s Sister Takes Glorious Aim At Politicians & Televangelists On Twitter
Parton's sister has no time for politicians who don't contribute
Dolly Parton's little sister doesn't crush words. She took to Twitter over the weekend beating up "moldy old politicians" who show up in droves to get the first COVID vaccinations in front of the frontline staff without contributing a dime to their research.
"If a little hillbilly singer like my big sister Dolly can invest in the vaccine, why the hell can't some of you old, moldy politicians throw in a few million yourself?" Stella Parton wrote on Twitter. "I noticed you got vaccinated right away while people were starving and leaving you to die. Aholes."
The American country singer and songwriter was referring to her old sister's $ 1 million contribution to the Moderna Process through her Dolly Parton COVID-19 Research Fund. Parton has also funded research into COVID-19 treatments, including a convalescent plasma at Vanderbilt University. She has also been featured in a number of research papers on the virus, as her studies have been conducted in part with funds from her donations since the pandemic began.
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She's not wrong. Former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley (R), who resigned from office in 2017 after pleading guilty of ethics-related violations of an extramarital affair with a political adviser, tweeted a photo of himself on Friday even when he received a Covid vaccine. Today he works as a dermatologist.
Additionally, politicians like Lindsay Graham, Vice President Mike Pence and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell received the vaccine last week. Pence, who headed the White House Task Force on COVID, regularly reiterated Trump's claims that the virus would simply "go away" and further downplayed its severity as nearly 18 million Americans contracted the virus, and so far in the US alone nearly 315,000 died. according to the Johns Hopkins University.
Stella continued to blow up others for not showing up and helping when the world needed. "I've never heard of a televangelist who donated a damn penny to the Research Fund," she wrote in a separate tweet, "but they can safely stop the flock and try to cast out demons if they are possessed!" You don't want to get on the bad side of Stella Parton.
She even brought some receipts for destroying those televangelists who did nothing to help and called out the likes of Jerry Falwell Jr., Kenneth Copeland, and Paula White.
When Parton doesn't fund research into a life-saving vaccine, she's casually saving other kinds of lives. While he was in the square at Christmas, Parton saved child actress Talia Hill from being hit by a car after she called the street for on set Chocolate had crossed. Because Dolly Parton is likely to be eligible for holiness.
On top of that, Parton released their first Christmas album in 30 years, brought out an entire line of Christmas clothing and a Christmas baking collection, and released a new Christmas movie.
But hey, let's look at more politicians who get vaccinated and never believe the virus is real at all. That sounds funny too.
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