Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
Just ask Kathy Griffin, who has probably been scorned by lots of people, including accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein.
Griffin unleashed another volcanic tirade against President Trump while promoting her Australian comedy tour on the Australian TV show, “The Project,” where she slammed Trump as “a Nazi.” How original.
“I’m scared of that guy,” Griffin said (see video). “I was under a two-month federal investigation for taking a picture of a mask. I’m excommunicated from my own country, so I’m here doing a world tour.”
Griffin was referring to the failed publicity stunt she pulled in May 2017, where she was photographed mimicking an ISIS terrorist by holding up a bloody replica of Trump’s severed head. The PR ploy blew up in her face, after the stunt was widely condemned by both liberals and conservatives.
Even Griffin’s longtime friends, like CNN host Anderson Cooper, slammed the shocking stunt. “I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in,” Cooper tweeted. “It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate.”
Despite the heavy bipartisan backlash she received, Griffin blames President Trump and his supporters for the uproar she caused. “I’m going to call him a moron and a Nazi,” she said. “He’s a big liar and everybody should get rid of him soon, not violently. Vote him out.”
Griffin then tore into the 63 million Americans who voted for Trump, blaming them for her D-list career. “These Trump folks self-identify as ‘deplorable,'” she said. “They’re psychos. They’re nuts! I don’t know what’s happening in my own country.”
Griffin also blamed her former attorney, Lisa Bloom, for her career implosion. After trashing Trump and his supporters, Kathy Griffin turned her venom on accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein.
More than 50 women have accused the film mogul of sexual harassment and abuse. At least five women claim Weinstein raped them. More accusers are coming forward every day.
What’s more shocking than Weinstein’s seedy behavior is the sickening conspiracy of silence in Hollywood and the media, which protected this predator because he was a cash cow.
Even though anecdotes suggest Weinstein hit on every female who crossed his path, Kathy Griffin said he never hit on her. Because even perverts have standards.
“I sat next to Harvey Weinstein,” Griffin said. “I’m not hot enough for him to sexually assault. That’s his mindset.”
Griffin then confirmed what is now an open secret about the longstanding, systemic sexual abuse in liberal Hollywood, which constantly pays lip service to women’s rights and equality. Sexual harassment is “an epidemic” in show business, she said.
“The white, middle-aged guys and older guys who are running every network and studio in the United States, they all behave this way,” Griffin said. “And everyone covers for them.”
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