Kathy Griffin’s consequences continue as the Secret Service reportedly pays her a visit

The nightmare Kathy Griffin brought upon herself isn’t over.

The Secret Service has been pulled in to meet with Griffin after she posted a sick video holding a mock severed head of President Donald Trump.

“We’re going to fully cooperate with the Secret Service in their investigation,” Griffin’s lawyer Dmitry Gorin told the New York Times.

What? She dropped her celeb loving, publicity addict lawyer to stand up for her this time?

Who could forget Griffin’s spectacle of a press conference with political activist/attorney Lisa Bloom by her side? Griffin made a fool of herself yet again when she tried, and failed, at making herself out to be the victim after the severed head stunt.

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Screenshots of Kathy Griffin (left), and her attorney, Lisa Bloom

“He broke me!” Griffin now famously cried.

But, it did little to garner any sympathy for Griffin, and her empty plea and crocodile tears backfired on her – bigly.

While Griffin’s comedy gigs were cancelled after the threatening video, she’s been busy fending off an investigation Gorin says shouldn’t be taking place, according to the Times.

“She basically exercised her First Amendment rights to tell a joke,” Gorin said.

“When you look at everything in the media, all the times entertainers make videos or express themselves in other ways, you’ve never seen an entertainer, let alone a comedian, be subject to a criminal investigation.”

Not true, the Times reported.

Rocker Ted Nugent was paid a visit by the Secret Service after  he said “We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November,” about the Obama administration while meeting with the National Rifle Association.

And now, CNN commentator Norm Eisen floated the idea that perhaps President Trump should get the same treatment after he tweeted a WWE wrestling video of him pounding CNN.

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Good luck with that.

 

Nicole Haas

Nicole Haas

"Nicole Haas is an author, activist, and writer of all things parenting, pop culture and politics. She seeks to champion truth and liberty with the hope that her children and future generations have a fighting chance."
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