Rose McGowan Tweets Disproven Meme, Refuses To Apologize: But Her Critics Are The 'F***wits'

Rose McGowan may not be the first celebrity to have misspoken, but she is one of a rarer lot to show zero remorse.

After tweeting a widely disproven meme in which U.S. Senator Ted Cruz says that the Duggar sex scandal isn't as bad as what "gays do to each other," she urged the Republican to kindly "get off my planet."

Here's the exact quote McGowan accused the Senator of saying.

"While there may have been an age difference, Josh Duggar's transgressions are far less an affront to God than what gays do with each other."
The only problem: Cruz never said anything even remotely close to what Rose accused him of, a fact verified by Snopes at this link. In fact, the actual quote first appeared on the "Stop the World, the Teabaggers Want Off" Facebook page, along with a number of other fake memes.

While everyone, at some point in their Internet lifetime, will get duped by something, most people wouldn't double down on that once it was pointed out to them.

Not Rose McGowan. Below are some of the exchanges between her and her critics in a bit, but first, here's what some of Rose's less informed Twitter followers were saying.

And now the response.To these and hundreds of other tweets, Rose McGowan responded that she did "not give a f***." When it was pointed out that she libeled Ted Cruz, she had this to say.She then gave a sarcastic apology in which she tweeted, "I'm sorry I said #TedCruz liked child molesters. Ok? No [sic] go back to hating gays. F***wits."

At the time of this post, there have been several calls for apology, but to date, no further word from Rose McGowan. Do you think she should issue a heartfelt apology for this, and do you think Ted Cruz should be able to sue for libel? Sound off in the comments section.

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