Rose McGowan has been told to stay off social media by critics after she walked-back her knee-jerk apology over Twitter to Iran, apologizing for the airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. Rose, 46, said she had ‘stupidly looked at Twitter’ after waking up to see the news that the Iranian general was killed by the American air strike. ‘I had a flashback to being at the United Nations cafeteria with my friend who was a lawyer there for the UN and it was the same day that Colin Powell was delivering his fake WMD testimony at the UN,’ she to Associated Press. ‘I was like you’re just going to do it, stop lying and just do it.’ Scroll down for video The actress spoke with the Associated Press and declared that she had ‘stupidly looked at Twitter’ after seeing news that the Iranian general was killed by the American air strike, which then led to her tweets McGowan added that while her family has always been ‘extremely political,’ she currently does not ‘believe governments.’ ‘I don’t believe in Iran’s government and I do not believe in the American government,’ she continued. ‘Clinton on the eve of his impeachment launched… Read full this story
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