Griffin is a VICTIM!?

KATHY GRIFFIN has completely  blown my mind.  SHE is the one who did the picture.
SHE is the one who brought this upon herself.  Yet…  She’s so upset that the Trumps are ‘breaking her’….it’s another “WHITE MAN” attack on her?  Who, Melania?  She says she’s always been treated horribly by white men, that’s why CNN has fired her.  WHAT?  She’s had a career, hired by WHITE MEN in the past…!

The article says… “Chelsea Clinton and Griffin’s friend, CNN host Anderson Cooper,were among those with sharp criticisms of the gruesome photo, but reactions from President Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Donald Trump Jr. were especially incensed.”

“INCENSED?”  I thought they were pretty tame, considering!

What do you think Griffin should have expected and what did you think of her press conference in tears?

Trump says about the picture… “This is the left today,” he wrote. “They consider this acceptable. Imagine a conservative did this to Obama as POTUS?”     EXACTLY

By the way, some guy on Fox yesterday compared Kathy Griffin’s situation to Billy Bush’s situation.   “He is coming back, she will, too…”  As IF there’s ANY comparison?  WOW.

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45 Responses to Griffin is a VICTIM!?

  1. bocopro says:

    “The time has come,” the Griffin said,
    To talk of many things:
    Of who should be our president,
    Of comedy and zings,
    And why the people are so dumb,
    And certain beheadings.”

    “But wait a bit,” said media
    “We’re not so sure it’s right
    To thrust a dripping bloody head
    In everybody’s sight
    Where even children will be forced
    To look on it in fright.”

    “Oh, that’s all right; it’s comedy,
    I’m on the cutting edge.
    And Donald took from Hillary
    What she should have instead.
    He’s just a foolish dilettante
    Who stole her destiny.”

    “You’ve gone too far,” said CNN.
    “We’re cancelling your show
    Because your bad taste humor
    Isn’t funny, don’t you know.
    You crossed the line, it went too far
    So now you have to go.”

    “But you don’t understand,” she said,
    “Why are you mad at me?
    Because his trophy wife went on
    A spiteful twitter spree?
    And Barron, he should grow a set!”
    She said defensively.

    “So now I’m being bullied
    By a paranoid white man,
    Who rides around in comfort
    But who doesn’t have a plan
    While my career is over
    And I’m back where I began.”

    “Too bad, so sad,” the fourth estate
    In indignation said.
    “You wanted some attention,
    And an edgy PR spread.
    Well now you have it:
    Pleasant dreams in that new lonely bed.”

  2. Imagine a conservative did this to Obama as POTUS?

    We don’t have to imagine.

    Even with an allegedly, thoroughly leftist news media…Ted Nugents repeated vile comments about Obama and Clinton didn’t’t draw this much attention. Heck, he got invited to the White House. I have as much interest in Griffin’s crocodile tears, as I do in the rights outrage.

  3. bunkerville says:

    Just another example of how far our media has fallen….as well as our society.

  4. Flying Winkies says:

    Yes, Kathy Griffin is a comedian who has always been lacking, always had to try the shock to get any attention. Kathy Griffin thinks like so many celebrities in Hollywood that they are untouchable. Guess what, the majority of the public are sick of the narcissistic attitude! You are not above the law. You put out your hate message and try to wrap it up like comedic humor and it’s just awful. Anyone who thinks what she did needs help. Free speech? Please! Shame on you and now your money hungry attorney trying to make you seem credible!

  5. FB says:

    IT was pathetic. Full of me, me, me. Total narcissism.

  6. John M. Berger says:

    “She’s so upset that the Trumps are ‘breaking her’….”
    She’s certifiable, that’s what she is! I wouldn’t want to be anywhere near her.

  7. bocopro says:

    Well, Bill Maher has her back with his “Hold my beer and watch this” comment during an interview with Senator Sasse.

    Actually, I think Al Franken should call for a Congressional investigation into Trump’s bullying of this poor woman who is obviously distraught and at the peak of her American Treasure career.

  8. geeez2014 says:

    CI, I’m sorry you didn’t hear Nugent’s reason for it, and how he reminded America Obama was not president when he said that.
    And he didn’t pretend to hold a bloodied head of a president. What he said was VILE, but not threatening to the President of the United States.

    I’ll ask again of the others; Imagine if anybody did this to Obama?

    Bocopro…SUper poem, well done!
    What did Maher mean when he said that before interviewing Sen Sasse??? I don’t get the connection.
    Good point about an investigation into Trump’s treatment of HER 🙂

    Flying Winkies (?): Her attorney is Gloria Allred’s daughter. SURPRISE! (not)

  9. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO; just saw it..thanks: https://www.yahoo.com/tv/real-time-host-bill-maher-uses-n-word-045705115.html

    I predict they’ll do nothing about it. He should have known better. MUCH better. “It was a joke” isn’t that funny.

  10. geeez2014 says:

    AND YOU ALL KNOW? I think this is MORE DiSGUSTING than almost ALL the Anti-Trump crap;

    This from CNN; https://www.yahoo.com/style/ivanka-trump-named-powerful-jewish-woman-america-twitter-erupts-150106867.html

    “IVANKA MOST POWERFUL JEWISH WOMEN IN AMERICA.”

    CNN…a new low. To provoke like this, to infer she’s anything but a convert, to infer her new faith … I can’t even put into the words I’m feeling now.
    CNN, you’ve been disgustingly anti-President for a year now, but THIS really takes the cake.
    Way to get every Jewish watcher who is finished with the CNN-Israeli-hating Left back to the fold…call a Gentile turned Jew whose father is the hated president THE MOST POWERFUL JEWISH WOMAN…

  11. I’m sorry you didn’t hear Nugent’s reason for it…

    Wow. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised.

  12. geeez2014 says:

    CI, you honestly think Nugen’ts vile comments rate with Griffin’s actions and behavior now?
    I’d be surprised.

  13. Griffin is rightly excoriated by all sides….Nugent gets invited to the White House.

  14. geeez2014 says:

    CI. Stop. So Nugent can’t be friends anymore with Trump or whoever else invited him because he said something really crappy 10 years ago? Nugent’s been a huge supporter of Trump from Day One…. hasn’t said anything like that since. But, I’m sure you’ll find SOMETHING..
    He never held an effigy of Obama’s bleeding head for anyone to see.
    I’m no big fan of his, and that remark about sucking the end of a gun STINKS but we all do and say really dumb things. Not all people pose in pictures like that in a time of beheadings by terrorists. And then blame the victim and his family.

  15. geeez2014 says:

    By the way, the timing on this couldn’t have been better for the Left. They got a great example of “What about NUGENT?” who’d probably have been nearly forgotten had he not just been at the WH.

    While we’re on the subject of WH visits: Let’s all question why so many of the people surrounding Seth Rich’s death had so many visits to the Obama White House, including the owner of the pub he’d just left when he died.,…4 days before the ‘attempted robbery.’

  16. geeez2014 says:

    This is PRECIOUS ….about Megyn Kelly’s ‘get’ with Putin, as she wore a blue velvet, off the shoulder, and slit WAY high up the front, dress:
    “For her first interview as an NBC News anchor, Megyn Kelly has landed a big kahuna of a subject: Vladimir Putin. It would be a big “get” for any reporter, but it’s especially monumental for Kelly, since she’s attempting, with her new role, to leave the partisan ugliness of Fox News behindfor the greener pastures of mainstream media celebrity. But threatening to eclipse the talk about her first “get” has been the befuddlement over what she chose to wear during the interview, which airs Sunday night.”

    It made me laugh because I wondered if any leftwing writers have seen CNN lately 🙂

  17. geeez2014 says:

    Here’s another leftwing silliness from that article I quoted from above: “(the network actually banned female hosts from wearing pants on-air until recently)”
    Um..I’ve seen one pair of slacks on a woman since FOX opened, so I don’t think anything was done ‘recently”…I’ve commented on this several times here!!

  18. geeez2014 says:

    From the Bush sisters from their new book about growing up in the political world of their father: “I think like normal 18-year-olds, we really wanted to enjoy college and grow and make mistakes, which we did,” Jenna continued. “But I think pretty fast, pretty soon into his tenure, we realized how awesome it is to live history and how lucky we really were and are.”

    The huge headline on homepages is BUSH DAUGHTERS TRIED TO VETO BUSH CHOICE TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT. Followed by “IF THEY HAD GOT THEIR WAY, HE PROBABLY WOULDN”T BE PRESIDENT”: not ‘BUSH DAUGHTERS REVEAL JOYS OF LIVING HISTORY IN THE WHITE HOUSE” 🙂

    I don’t know…maybe the media isn’t biased (Smile)

  19. FB says:

    The left is always the antisemitic one. Hitler was a socialist. Mitterrand in France was very antisemitic and protected Bousquet. They do a lot of deflection.

  20. Baysider says:

    Trump breaking her?? I could only WISH he had that power. 🙂
    Just another whiney narcissist that doesn’t know when to stop sawing off the limb she’s sitting on. That she’s do a press conference like this? Clueless.

  21. The abject silence on the right for Nugent’s history of vile tantrums – and – his invite to the White House, are poor optics for the camp that is claiming such outrage over Griffiths asinine image.

    ….hasn’t said anything like that since. But, I’m sure you’ll find SOMETHING..

    Sure, it’s not difficult. Like in 2016 when Nugent said Clinton and Obama should be tried for treason ad hung. Or in 2015 when he said he’d [hypothetically of course] shoot the Senate Majority Leader. Real classy. Apparently, given the reactions [or lack of] as long as vile filth is directed at the politically correct target, it’s just fine.

    Griffin is a first class ass, but there’s not much daylight [if any] between her disgusting image and Nugent’s verbal vomit.

  22. geeez2014 says:

    Ci…. you say “Apparently, given the reactions [or lack of] as long as vile filth is directed at the politically correct target, it’s just fine.”

    I have never heard that Nugent had said any of that, or I don’t recall it…I’m no fan of his, never was, and I’m pretty sure Trump wouldn’t have heard any of that, either. He needs a Chief of Staff who knows things, not those he has with him, who scheduled this meeting. If you’re insinuating I’m one who thinks vile filth is only vile if it’s directed at a politically correct target, you haven’t read my blog as much as I thought you had.

    Let me just add that I think there’s plenty of ‘daylight between” Griffin and Nugent at a time of terrorist beheadings.

  23. None of that is directed at you. My comments are nearly never personally directed. I’m talking about the political camps in general…though those sentiments have certainly been expressed by commenters on this very blog in the past.

    Trump was quite aware of Nugents verbal vomit, as on 19 April 2012 he tweeted: Ted Nugent was obviously using a figure of speech, unfortunate as it was. It just shows the anger people have towards @BarackObama.

  24. Imp says:

    And I thought there could be no one worse than nancy poop-lousi? She needs to me committed to a college campus for her safety and treatment.

  25. geeez2014 says:

    ANOTHER POSSIBLE TERRORIST ATTACK IN LONDON…..ON LONDON BRIDGE.
    Pray for the poor families if there are dead.

  26. Imp says:

    CI…you might be better served if you used some “/snark / sarc tags? It’ll save you a lot of extra typing? LOL

  27. Imp says:

    “The most remarkable thing about victimhood as that it allows the alleged victims to commit to the very offenses they are complaining about. They will punch you in the face and accuse you of assault. Or more specifically smash you in the head with the bike lock and then complain you’re making them feel unsafe.”

    Tucker Caelson

  28. Imp says:

    CI..”Heck, he got invited to the White House.”

    Just to clear things up…was this was well before is impromptu, off the cuff, unrehearsed, spontaneous remarks, right? And in no way attempting to excuse or rationalize his bad manners.

    Yet Obama in my mind knew all there was to know about a wholly true racial scumbag al sharpton…tax cheat, killer of Jews, sponsor of riots, cop hater, white hater, cheat and a filthy piece of sh!t…yet he was in the WH…what…300 Times or something?

  29. Imp says:

    Now…if Ted had made that comment about some one really deserving of a bit of social justice…it certainly might be the guy I mentioned above….but pf course….ya can’t say that about a black murderer and a true icon of injustice, can ya? Not in today’s Amerika. /sarc

  30. geeez2014 says:

    Imp; Great point.
    And did you know the owner of the bar where Seth Rich had just left when he was killed just happened to be a guest at the Obama WH about four days before the death?
    I believe the doctor who treated Rich (one young intern says he’d seen far worse wounds where people survived but this doctor told him to ‘lay off’, that he’d care for him…and he died)..anyway, that doctor’s wife had been to the WH 23 times, he’d been there 6 times…friends of Podesta. Sister-in-law of Podesta was associated with the police chief who insists this was a ‘robbery gone wrong’.
    Gad, so many coincidences that if 3 of the 100 are true, we have not an attempted robbery but a death by the DNC to someone they hated and had to stop. Fascinating, if nothing else.

  31. Imp says:

    “call a Gentile turned Jew…”

    Watch out now…..there’s a new mafia Don in power filling the empty shoes of Meyer Lansky….It’s drum roll….Chuckel-head Schemer of the Kosher – Nostra who has to permit and bless all conversions to Jewish liberalism. He is the lefts only permitted and insufferable Rabbi.

  32. Mal says:

    Griffin and Hillary are two of a kind. Both keep trying to justify their words/actions when they should simply shut up and quietly fade into the sunset.

  33. bocopro says:

    Ehhh, I donno ‘bout all the noise from the right about Griffin. Frankly, I was more put off by what Colbert said about Trump, and I am thoroughly disgusted at the lies told to us by our “leaders,” including Soetoro, Clinton, Clinton, Kerry, Lynch, Holder, Rice, et al. – Iran, NorKor, ACA, climate change, Islam, and on and on and on.

    I say that unless a direct and unmistakable threat is issued or a call for violent action is raised (as with the BLM “Fry Like Bacon” exhortation and the various rap “songs” that call for killing cops), let ‘em say what they want. Much of what’s promoted by rap is more dangerous to society in general and women in particular than Griffin’s misguided visual.

    In fact, I spent my first quarter century as an adult defending the right of Americans to say whatever they like, regardless of how childish or stupid it might be so long as it doesn’t overtly promote sedition, mutiny, treason, or violence against persons.

    Having read most of what Nugent has uttered over the past decade or so, I found nothing particularly dangerous in his remarks. Hateful? Yes, but I agreed with much of his reasoning, particularly his criticisms of Soetoro, Holder, and Hillary. I wouldn’t use his imagery in public, however.

    So I say if Colbert can get away with what he said, if Nugent can get away with what he said, if the alphabet networks can regularly promulgate biased and misleading “news,” if Hillary can exaggerate and lie about everything under the global-warming sun, then Griffin should be allowed to say what she likes . . . so long as she can withstand the criticism and survive the feedback.

    Part of that right for self-expression I defended as a young man extends not only to the noisy agitprops but to John Q. as well, and he can say whatever he likes to Ted and Kathy and Eric and Hillary, so long as it’s not a direct threat or slander or libel.

    What I’d have liked to see happen is for Griffin to be allowed to continue her contracted appearances and see how many people ask for ticket refunds and how many show up. That goes for the CNN New Year’s gala, too. Let the public, and free enterprise, determine who gets the spotlight and for how long.

  34. cube says:

    So much to cover… I’ll start with your starting question Re: Griffin. She deserves the opprobrium she’s getting from the right and from some from the left. It won’t last long because the left is ALWAYS forgiven their indiscretions. She’ll hang in the wind for a while, but then she’ll be welcomed back into the fold.

  35. The most remarkable thing about victimhood as that it allows the alleged victims to commit to the very offenses they are complaining about.

    Money shot. Never truer words spoken.

  36. geeez2014 says:

    Cube, did you get my email of about 3 weeks ago? Hoping all is well.

    Bocopro; Of course we understand Griffin will have a cult following now…..

    Imp; Tucker Carlson’s right…….good one; thanks

  37. geeez2014 says:

    RE THE LONDON ATTACKS: I found it sad , or maybe I didn’t catch what he meant, when a newsman suggested “this could affect the election..” Wow.

    Trump has tweeted his support for England..very kindly. I rather wish he’d not mentioned something about his travel ban and its relevance to this. I DO BELIEVE IT IS RELEVANT but I believe it’s always more proper and caring to wait a while, at least till details are known; how many dead, etc., before using this awful occurrence to make a kind of ideological point.

    ON THE OTHER HAND: How can it be IDEOLOGICAL to want to BAN the types of people USUALLY (always) responsible for these attacks/ !! GAD

  38. Bocopro: you said it perfectly.

  39. geeez2014 says:

    IN LONDON: Muslim Mayor says there is no excuse for the actions of tonight.
    Step in the right direction…….

  40. Imp says:

    “Muslim Mayor says there is no excuse for the actions of tonight.”

    But..he can sympathize and understand their frustrations…of course off mic but I guarantee it. Otherwise he’d be calling for a shutdown of mosques and a lockdown on mammies.

  41. Imp says:

    Britain…tip toeing through the 23,000 known jihadi’s residing in the isles…only 3000 able to be surveilled with any meaning…so that 20,000 are on the loose. Perhaps it is time for a Katie Hopkins….solution? I say…Internment as long as it’s only the 23,000 they’re certain about.Its a damn brigades and a whole division of murdering scum on their hands. Don’t these fools know they’re at war? And they’re not to be treated as everyday criminals either. They’re an invading army of armed nut bags for allah.

  42. geeez2014 says:

    http://alt-right-news.blogspot.com/2017/05/katie-hopkins-fired-by-radio-station-in.html

    IMP: Katie Hopkins was fired from her radio show…let’s HOPE she still gets the word out there….

  43. Flying Winkies says:

    Some people feel they have license to be offensive or controversial and occasionally they get called on it.

    I don’t see the need to protest march, or ban the idiots or to write on twitter about the outrage- I simply change the channel when I see people (scum) like Bill Maher or Kathy Griffin on the channel..

  44. Kathy Griffin hit bottom — and kept digging.

  45. cube says:

    I never got your email. It must’ve been swallowed up by the proof the post email.

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