‘Shut the f*** up, you hack’: Kathy Griffin and CNN’s Chris Cillizza get in NASTY spat over Samantha Bee

**Warning for harsh language ahead. 

Unhinged left-wing ideologues crawled out of the woodwork Thursday to defend the indefensible, as Samantha Bee’s vile characterization of Ivanka Trump as a “feckless c**t” was seen as repugnant by rational Americans.

In fact, the use of the “c-word” was so egregious even some on-air personalities at the virulent anti-Trump network CNN denounced it.

All of which led to an improbable showdown between Kathy Griffin, a “comedian” cut from the same cloth as Bee, and CNN’s Chris Cillizza.

The woman who posed with a bloody, fake severed head of President Donald Trump pointed to the First Amendment to repeat the despicable label.

In a display of rationality sure to make folks wonder where the hell is this reasoned thought in CNN’s daily offerings, Cillizza responded to say that just because Bee has the right to make that comment, it doesn’t mean she SHOULD make it.

Or that it should be condoned.

If the reporter was expecting a reasoned retort to his argument from the crackpot, he was expecting what never was and never will be.

Getting a taste of what conservatives encounter daily when trying to engage the left, Cillizza was treated to a profanity-laced tirade from Griffin.

“Shut the f*ck up you hack,” she tweeted in response. “When the White House Press Secretary, on behalf of the President, says “Her disgusting comments and show are not fit for broadcast.” [W]e’re heading into first amendment territory. That I have to explain this to you reminds me how dumb you are.”

She then doubled down on the vulgar insults against Cillizza.

Still, he persisted.

And still, she raged — dead set on the believe that “c*nt” is a perfectly suitable word to broadcast.

Griffin’s attack on the CNN personality was mimicked by left-wing social media users eager to establish yet again that dissension in the ranks will not be tolerated.

But in today’s trumped up political world, which could be described as “the best of times, the worst of times,” the lines are becoming more and more blurred between friend and foe, as seen in the online reaction to the Cillizza-Griffin brouhaha.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:



To be clear, Griffin insisted that Bee had nothing to apologize for. A determination that, if you think about it, prerfectly encapsulates the left in America today.

Tom Tillison


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