Omarosa spills the tea on Mike Pence: ‘He thinks Jesus tells him to say things’

'Celebrity Big Brother' episode 5 as seen on CBS.

Should anyone care what Omarosa has to say about anything? I didn’t even care when she was working for the White House, so imagine how little I care about her thoughts now that she’s been sh-tcanned and relegated back to reality television. Omarosa was fired last December, in what was apparently an epic scene – she tried to “storm” the White House residence to speak to Donald Bigly personally, and she was “escorted” (possibly dragged) from the premises by security. It was a mess. Then like every reality show villain, Omarosa threatened to tell all about her time in the White House, trying to generate interest in a possible book. Then she signed on to Celebrity Big Brother. This is what happened last week:

In this clip, Omarosa drunkenly confesses to Ross Matthews that it’s super-bad inside the White House and that we should all be scared. As a CNN reporter said last week, if Omarosa truly has all of this tea to spill, then she should just sashay over to Robert Mueller’s office and tell her story. Anyway, the latest from Omarosa is that Mother’s Husband apparently believes that Jesus speaks to him.

Omarosa may be on her way out but she still has plenty more to say about her time in the White House. In this clip from tonight’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother, Omarosa tells her fellow houseguests about how they shouldn’t be so quick to want President Donald Trump out when Vice President Mike Pence is such a “scary” alternative. Omarosa and Keshia are up for eviction.

“You would be worried about Pence,” Omarosa says to the others. “We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became president. He’s extreme. I’m Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things.”

Omarosa also talked about the recent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement crackdowns. “I’ve seen the plan,” she said. “It’s getting more aggressive.”

She also shot down Marissa’s hope that the country will still be okay. “No, we are not going to be okay,” Omarosa said.

[From EW]

Does it really surprise you that Mother’s Husband thinks he has conversations with Jesus? I’m not trying to be offensive, truly. Many good people believe/know they have a relationship with Jesus and many good people speak to Jesus, in prayer or in thanks or in troubled times. But few people actually believe that Jesus speaks to them. And even fewer would go around saying that in the White House. So, should we even believe Omarosa? Should we even care? Whatever. She’s not really telling us anything that we didn’t already know or suspect. And if she truly has some good tea, then she just needs to spill it to Mueller.

'Celebrity Big Brother' episode 5 as seen on CBS.

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  1. Jillian says:

    I’m done with the internet today.

    Gonna go celebrate Mardi Gras

  2. HelloSunshine says:

    If your boss came up to you and told you that Jesus spoke to him and told him what to say, you’d be worried for their mental health, right? Why should this be any different? He uses his religion as justification for terrible things and somehow that earns him respect. I just don’t get it.

  3. trollontheloose says:

    Omarosa has no allegiance to anyone but herself. If the WH calls her back she will crawl back to them. Nothing she said or will say is surprising. We could have told her she was in the Devil and his minions playground but she powdered her nose up and played the devil’s advocate. She had no soul to begin with so it’s not like she had anything to lose but a bruised ego..

  4. PunkyMomma says:

    Mueller doesn’t need her; she comes with so much baggage, how credible of a witness could she be?

    IDK about the Pence thinking Jesus speaks to him, but I do think he does nothing without Mother’s permission. Mikey might be president one day, but Mother will have the last word.

  5. Loopy says:

    Can she spill all this….dont they sign NDAs?

  6. megan says:

    I don’t believe a word that comes out of her mouth. She is totally self-serving. Wouldn’t have believed her when she was working for Trump, why would I believe her now.

    She is going to be like Megyn Kelly – burning her bridges and left with no audience.

  7. Lightpurple says:

    Oh, Omarosa, just stop. If you’re going to spill, tell us what really matters. Why didn’t Princess Nagini help you when you ran to her office? And who is Hope Hicks really banging? And what swears does Melania mutter under her breath?

  8. heh says:

    the header pic tho. LMAO
    shes like: “umhmm, they all cray”.

  9. Littlestar says:

    It’s less scary that he believes that Jesus speaks to him and more scary that it sounds like he thinks Jesus speaks THROUGH him; that his actions are of Jesus. Even worse still he’s in a position of power. It’s 2018 and we still have to deal with Medieval mindsets, minds stuck in the Dark Ages. Worst yet, we elevate them to the highest position of power on our planet. I’m done.

  10. What's Inside says:

    Nope. She can go fly a kite.

  11. Neelyo says:

    Mother Pence sidenote: She is tacky. Saw them deplaning in Korea for the Olympics and she was chomping on gum like a teenybopper. You’re repping the US on an international stage and you can’t be bothered to spit out your gum??? Minor reason to hate them, but still…

    And Omarosa has nothing of importance to say. She’ll continue to drop these meaningless hints to keep herself relevant but that’s all she’s got.

  12. Stacy Dresden says:

    UGH! These people are all complete TRASH.

  13. Odesa says:

    How arrogant do you have to be to think you have an exclusive dialogue with god?

  14. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    The fact that a reality star reject worked at the White House close to ‘not my president’ is where this conversation stops for me.

  15. Eric says:

    Hey Mike?
    Jesus told me to tell you to GTFO of the WH stat!

    He also said he sees a tall, patriotic man with a chiseled jawline crashing through yer little party there.

    It’s Mueller time!

  16. CK3 says:

    Not going to lie, but I love Omarosa in the realm of reality T.V. and she has been good reality television on Big Brother.

    • Taxi says:

      I can’t stand to watch her in anything. Her behaved horribly & lied on “The Apprentice.” Her extreme arrogance is a good match for Donny’s. Hard to believe that anyone would hire her for any reason & it bothers me that she gets paid for anything. Water does seek its own level, so maybe she & drumbo deserve each other.

  17. Shannon says:

    Is it wrong that I actually feel pretty bad for her? She got played and thrown away wet – no, she shouldn’t have fallen for it, but look, I’m a sap. As for Jesus talking to you, I mean, wtf? I pray, and I do feel God leads me into and out of situations as he hears my prayers and knows what’s right for me, what struggles to lead me into and out of. But no, I don’t think he’s sitting there having coffee with me like, “Shannon, today I’m gonna need you to oppress the LBGT community and support a psychopath as the leader of your nation – here, I’ve written a script for you.” No … no no no, that’s not spiritual, that’s just crazy af.

    • Indiana Joanna says:

      Shannon, No it’s not wrong to feel compassion for her. I think compassion is always admirable.

      But I can’t. I watched two of her appearances on The Apprentice and she was shockingly cruel and divisive. She told terrible lies about other contestants. She always played the victim. She now claims to have been the only stabilizing force in this administration. She played up to baby fists’ ego as any of his tv contestants would and I’m sure she abused her WH position to bully others and tear them down just like she did on baby fists’ tv show. I just can’t feel the least bit sorry for her.

  18. Jennifer says:

    Why is it that when Jesus speaks to rich, white people it’s fine. But if he speaks to the homeless people here in Atlanta, they’re locked up?

  19. DSW says:

    Oh dear. I have a creepy uncle by marriage who is the same way. When I was a kid, my aunt told me to go upstairs and get him. When I went upstairs, their bedroom door was open just a crack and I heard him engaged in a conversation, but I could only hear his side of the conversation. I assumed he was talking on the phone. I knocked on the door and told him that my aunt wanted him to come downstairs. Later that day, I ended up going into their bedroom and I was horrified to realize there was no phone up there. Years later I told my mom about that, and she said he talks to Jesus and he thinks that Jesus talks right back to him.

  20. bikki says:

    I had a friend I unfortunately decided to work with and she would use that line: “Jesus is telling me…” to do what she ultimately wanted without any responsibility for her decision since she chucks that all to what the Lord is telling her she should do.
    It’s very difficult to argue against a ‘Jesus told me’ especially when you are trying to be respectful of their beliefs (but also do my job well).

  21. Layla Love says:

    I’m so very tired of all these Slingers!