Cher dubbed ‘White Savior’ after ‘crazy’ George Floyd tweet: ‘If I’d been there … I could have helped’

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Virulently far-left singer Cher’s longstanding “white savior” complex has finally reached a level so noxiously high that even her most fervent fans can’t take it anymore.

The singer, known for spending four years screeching nonsensically on Twitter about then-President Donald Trump’s alleged “Hatred for Ppl Who Live In [the United States] & are Not Lily White” (long story), tweeted on Friday about George Floyd.

To hear her tell it, had she been present when the now-deceased Minneapolis criminal suspect was apprehended by authorities last May, perhaps she “Could’ve Helped.”

Floyd died during the police encounter for reasons that still remain unclear, though the prevailing (though disputed) narrative is that now-fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin killed him by pressing his knee on the suspect’s neck.

Chauvin’s trial started Monday.

View Cher’s tweet below:

The tweet was not well received. While it hasn’t technically been ratioed yet — the retweets (about 6,000) far outnumbered the comments (about 2,000) as of Saturday morning — and it’s inspired nothing but backlash.

Take the retweets. Though it’s usually assumed that retweets are meant as an endorsement of one’s tweet, the retweets of this one don’t come off that way.


The direct comments are the same, with one fan writing that while she thinks Cher is “great and all,” this isn’t supposed to be about her.

Don’t make it about you. And don’t inadvertently insult the traumatized witnesses who WERE there and did their damndest to save his life,” the critic wrote.


Cher is perhaps most famous for the classic song “Believe,” in which she sings about “life after love.”

Responding to the singer’s latest tweet, British actress Kele Kelechnekoff suggested that Cher must have written it after “believing in crack after love.”



Cher, whom you may have noticed writes her tweets like a child, is a radically far-left zealot who has apparently bought hook, line and sinker into “woke” propaganda.

She, like most “woke” white liberals, seems to suffer from a “white savior” complex rooted in the soft bigotry of low expectations.

It’s this same bigotry that inspired Teen Vogue magazine to implore white people to “use your privilege as a white person to protect people of color” two years ago.

It’s this same bigotry that earlier that year inspired “woke” actress Debra Messing to retweet a billboard that claimed “A Black Vote For Trump Is Mental Illness.”

The insinuation was that she, as an apparently superior life form, has the authority to tell black people how to think. The bigotry wasn’t well received.


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