Now Griffin is a victim? I wonder if she she’s associated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign?
I know, that’s a stupid question.
Kathy Griffin has hired high-powered attorney Lisa Bloom and will hold a press conference Friday to address the firestorm surrounding the viral image of herself holding the bloody, decapitated head of President Donald Trump and the “bullying” she claims she has endured at the hands of the Trump family as a result.
From celeb culprit to victim in 24 hours. Whew! I suppose next, after claiming the entire Trump family bullied her, she’ll demand an apology from the Trump family. I know what would be great, Kathy, if you could have Baron Trump apologize to you. What a freak.
Well, now we know what her New Year’s Eve act would have been like, if she wasn’t fired. Well, CNN can always rehire her in time. What an attention whore.
Addendum: I have a great idea for Victim Kathy. She should go after CNN for terminating her as part of a media harassment campaign. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
And when you lose Al Franken, you have really lost the left country. Franken had been running around associating himself with Griffin even saying he wouldn’t cancel an upcoming appearance with her.
Are you in luck, Kathy, it looks like you could have another bully person to go after. Al Franken, the perfect target.
Franken To Griffin: On Second Thought, It’s Best If You Just Skip My Book Event
“I believe what Kathy Griffin did was inappropriate and not something that should be anywhere in our national discourse. I consider her a friend and I’m glad she realized she crossed the line and apologized,” Franken said.
He added, “After hearing from many Minnesotans who were rightfully offended, I’ve come to the conclusion that it would be best for her not to participate in the event we had previously scheduled. I understand why Minnesotans were upset by this, and I take that very seriously.” [via Politico]
Wow, Kathy’s list of bullies is getting almost as long as Hillary’s. Congrats.
Check this out for someone claiming victim status. Note December date: