Kathy Griffin accused President Donald Trump and his family of launching a campaign to destroy her life in response to the image she posted earlier this week in which she appeared to be holding the commander-in-chief’s severed head. The comedian broke down in fake tears as she detailed the torrent of abuse she has been receiving online, and the constant death threats which she described as detailed and speciific, really I think it’s interesting to watch a liberal lie and mislead, let’s think about this, she does the photo shoot with the severed head of President-elect Donald Trump, that’s supposed to be funny, to the ugly left it’s hilarious, but to those folks with a moral conscience it’s disgusting, demonic, evil behavior. Well that’s okay with the ugly left crowd, but it’s not okay with conservatives, Christians fair-minded folks with a conscience, if you will a moral compass. Those fake tears and those pleas for mercy only accomplished one thing, if there was any doubt about her sincerity, now we have none”. HNewsWire….
Just as the controversy surrounding the image of Kathy Griffin holding what appears to be a bloody fake severed head of President Trump appeared to be dying down, comes word that the comedian has enlisted celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom to explain why she shot the image and to respond to the Trump family’s alleged bullying. Bloom, who has represented women who have accused Bill Cosby and Bill O’Reilly of harassment, tweeted Thursday night, “Proud to announce that I represent Kathy Griffin. We will be holding a press conference tomorrow morning.”
A press release Bloom tweeted reads, “Earlier this week, Ms. Griffin released a controversial photograph of herself posing with a faux-bloody mask of Donald Trump’s face. Ms. Griffin and Ms. Bloom will explain the true motivation behind the image, and respond to the bullying from the Trump family she has endured.”
Also Thursday, Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said in a statement that Griffin will now not participate in a July event in Minnesota with him. Earlier in the week, Franken had said he was standing by the comedian.
But he changed his tune by Thursday, saying, “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. 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.”
In response to the photo, the president tweeted on Wednesday, “Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself. My children, especially my 11 year old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this. Sick!”
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