Sad and desperate Kathy Griffin uses her dead mother’s Twitter account to continue Musk harassment

The banning of comedienne Kathy Griffin from Twitter after she violated the rules by changing her account name to impersonate new owner Elon Musk triggered an outpouring of support from her fellow left-wingers who have been promoting a new hashtag, “FreeKathy,” to have her posting ability restored.

After the billionaire Tesla/SpaceX CEO dropped the hammer on the 62-year-Griffin, her fellow blue checks rallied to her defense even as the pathological Trump-hater seemingly returned to the platform in the form of her dead mother’s account to once again impersonate Musk by taunting him in a post that was boosted by journalist and podcaster Kara Swisher.

“Apologize in advance for all the comments you’re gonna have to read about how ugly I am and they’re probably gonna throw you in there too. Oh by the way this is KG. I’m tweeting from my dead mother’s account. She would not mind. #FreeKathy,” the account for Maggie Griffin, who passed away at the age of 99 years old in 2020, wrote.

(Image: Screengrab/Twitter)

In a Monday post, the account posted vulgar insults about Musk, “Elon, this is Maggie contacting you from the spirit world tell u…you’re a douchebag. This is not parody. This is the actual ghost of Kathy Griffin’s boxed wine loving mother saying I’m gonna get tipsy & throw my bingo cards at you! NOT A PARODY,” the ghostly account wrote. “To the moon, a**hole. #FreeKathy.”

(Image: Screengrab/Twitter)

Among those who flocked to defend Griffin – whose career has been in a downward spiral since her infamous photos with a blood-dripping, severed replica of then-President Donald J. Trump’s head – was leftist actor Mark Hamill who, at 71 years old, has remained relevant thanks to his role as resistance hero Luke Skywalker in the original three episodes of the “Star Wars” movie franchise decades ago back when he was a young man.

“#FreeKathy 👍m” tweeted Darth Vader’s son in response to a prolific leftist troll account.

Meanwhile, another legendary actor trumped “Skywalker” with his epic take on the offending Griffin’s banishment.

“In context maybe the greatest meme ever…,” tweeted James Woods, an undisputed Jedi Master on Twitter along with a variation on Griffin’s infamous photo shoot.

Griffin’s tasteless exhumation of her dead mother’s Twitter account to take cheap shots at Musk drew a double thumbs-down from users.

“Imagine getting to a place in life where one is so desperate for attention, they log on to *their dead mother’s account* to protest a ban from a social media platform,” tweeted Fox News contributor Joe Concha.

“I knew Elon’s twitter would be wild but I never expected Kathy Griffin to get banned and then log into her dead mothers account to protest her ban,” tweeted another blue check.

Other reactions to Griffin’s high-tech seance:

Griffin has already established herself for repulsive behavior but resorting to dishonoring her dead mom in such a manner is a new low.

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