Rosie O’Donnell on Ferguson: 'Calculated Decision to Incite' Riots

November 25th, 2014 3:53 PM

9/11 Truther Rosie O’Donell is at it again, spewing conspiracy theories rather than truths. During the Nov. 25 episode of “The View” she shared her “thoughts” on the Ferguson rioting. 

“Why,” O’Donnell asked, “do you think [prosecutors] waited to announce it until 9:00 at night” to deliver the grand jury findings? “I think that was a calculated decision in order to incite people in the night time even when there was peaceful protest these last few weeks,” despite it being “recommended they have it [the verdict given] in the day because the violence was so much less.” 

In O’Donnell’s opinion, prosecutors timed the announcement to incite maximum violence take everyone’s attention “off of what actually happened to an 18-year-old boy in the street and puts it on to ‘look at those horrible people rioting!’” 

Sure, it’s not as ignorant and batty as claiming fire can’t melt steel, but even co-host Rosie Perez labeled it a conspiracy theory, pointing out that even had the verdict been given during the day the protests still could have been violent. 

“I was thinking about Rodney King and I was thinking about OJ and those verdicts were announced in the middle of the day,” Perez pointed out, “and LA was on fire. It was on fire. So I don't know. I really don't know.” 

O’Donnell’s Whack-a-Mole mind has been in overdrive since she returned to “The View.” She blamed the United States for creating ISIS, used the Canadian terror attack to push gun-control, and thinks that the NFL penalizing a Muslim player for bowing in prayer after a touchdown “Propels us to war!”