And the Bad Mother award goes to…

Bad mother

Actress Amber Tamblyn revealed that when she was pregnant two years ago, she considered giving her baby away to Canada or Sweden because of Donald Trump’s election.

“A dark realization swallowed me,” Tamblyn prattled. “I was going to bring a baby into this world. And not just any baby: a girl.”

Honey, isn’t this something you should be sharing with a qualified therapist?

What the hell does that have to do with Donald Trump?

He isn’t exactly famous for killing babies. That’s more Planned Parenthood’s area of expertise.

Now, I’m sure Amber fancies herself the modern-day Jochebed setting her little baby afloat in a basket in order to protect it from the mean old Pharaoh.

But in reality, Donald Trump isn’t Pharaoh, and Amber Tamblyn’s kind of a bad mother.

America didn’t turn into Nazi Germany on November 8, 2016, Amber. And you’re not starring in Sophie’s Choice.

Or Sisterhood of the Traveling Babies for that matter.

Honestly, I miss the days when folks didn’t wear their neuroses on their sleeves, don’t you?

When did it become the norm to publicly give voice to every unhealthy thought that goes stomping through your head?

Does Amber think sharing this makes her look like a good mother protecting her child?

Because … not really.

A good mother – even one who suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome – wouldn’t just send her baby away to another country.

And not just because the postage would be astronomical.

And no good mother would publicly go on record with these thoughts so that years from now that poor kid discovers what mommy considered doing to her.

Besides, if Amber was really Mother of the Year, she would have planned to go with her daughter to Canada or Sweden.

Then again, what good mother in her right mind would send a baby girl (with or without mommy) to someplace like Sweden? Has Amber seen Sweden lately? It isn’t exactly the world of ABBA anymore.

If she thinks the election of Donald Trump is a terrifying nightmare, what on earth would she think of “Muslim no-go zones?”

Though, I have to say, this is a new twist on the celebrity threat to move to Canada over Trump, isn’t it?

“No, I won’t be moving to Canada. But I will be shipping my baby there!”

I hope she at least considered poking holes in the box so her baby could breathe.

It’s bad enough celebrities think we want to hear their insipid political opinions. But now they seem to think we’re eager to be privy to all their unstable musings.

Guess what?

We’re not eager or in the least bit interested.

Listen Mommy Dearest: save these kinds of neurotic infant-shipping fantasies for a qualified shrink.

And after you’ve been helped back into reality, keep that shrink’s number on hand.

Because in a few years, I’m thinking your daughter is going to need it.

Hat tip Fox News.

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8 thoughts on “And the Bad Mother award goes to…

  • November 20, 2018 at 3:51 pm
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    Who the hell is Amber Tamblyn

  • November 20, 2018 at 4:55 pm
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    I notice there’s nothing about the sperm donor. She probably bought it at Walmart in the reduced aisle. The same can probably be said about her parents.

  • November 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm
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    Never heard of her.

  • November 20, 2018 at 6:40 pm
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    attention K mart shoppers, we have a blue light special on babies in the infants department, 50% off

  • November 20, 2018 at 8:00 pm
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    Amber Tamblyn is the daughter of actor/dancer Russ Tamblyn. (West Side Story, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, etc.)

  • November 20, 2018 at 10:23 pm
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    “When did it become the norm to publicly give voice to every unhealthy thought that goes stomping through your head?”

    About the same time people started thinking the whole world cared about what they were having for dinner?

  • November 21, 2018 at 8:40 am
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    The amount of attention these Hollywood types receive gives them the impression that they are important. No, they are popular. There is a huge difference between the two concepts.

    Important people prevent Polio or create antibiotics. They invent things that save lives. They contribute to society with their intelligence.

    Popular people are people who are famous for being popular. Sort of a self serving concept. In the case of actors, they are famous for PRETENDING to be OTHER PEOPLE who may have been smart or wonderful in many ways but none of that translates to the actor.

    The actor remains what ever type of person that they are. Egocentric. Selfish. Abusive. Alcoholic. Drug Dependent. or perhaps not.

    Whoever these actors are, in the end they will NEVER be the people they portray and they may be people with critical failings just like everyone else. They certainly do not deserve any hero worship or admiration unless they earn the respect that people reward with those things.

  • November 26, 2018 at 9:18 am
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    I sincerely hope she remembers to poke the breathing holes into the box BEFORE she puts the baby in.

    Some things you can just assume are obvious. I don’t think that’s the case here.

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