Presidents Day offered a couple Trump-deranged lefties the perfect opportunity to show off their talent for pettiness. Instead of focusing on the past presidents celebrated by the federal holiday -- like George Washington -- Trump haters like Kathy Griffin and Rob Reiner made the day about making fun of President Donald Trump on Twitter. The irony is, much of lefty Twitter tried to accuse the President of making the day about himself.
Nancy Pelosi’s petty State of The Union drama earned rave reviews from Trump-obsessed lefties on Tuesday. As soon as President Trump finished his Feb. 4 speech in the house chamber, the not-so-camera-shy House Speaker took the hardcopy of the president’s speech, stood up and tore it in half, obviously for the sake of whipping her Trump-hating base.
Ricky Gervais, the perpetually snarky British comedian, set social media on fire after he mocked arrogant Hollywood in his opening monologue as host of the Golden Globe Awards. “You’re in no position to lecture the public -- about anything. You know nothing about the real world. Most of you spent less time in school than Greta Thunberg.” Everything that followed only underlined his point about celebrities being educated.
President Trump’s January 8 speech following his standoff with the terrorist regime of Iran had anti-Trump celebs seeing red. While not being able to do too much naysaying against Trump’s claim that there were zero casualties or that Iran wouldn’t get nukes on his watch, unhinged Hollywood types attacked him for mispronouncing words in his speech, with a few insinuating that his flubs were due to his drug use
People magazine gave Kathy Griffin the most sympathetic profile you might possibly imagine intheir August 12 issue as the comedian continues to dig out of the hole she created when she took a picture with a likeness of the bloody, severed head of President Trump.Next to a picture of Griffin surrounded by roses came the headline "Kathy Griffin Is Still Standing."
The twisted tale of the students from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky who encountered Native American activist Nathan Phillips back on January 19 took another turn on Thursday, when lawyers for the teenagers involved in the incident filed a defamation lawsuit in Kenton County Circuit Court against 12 of the “most egregious high-profile individuals.” The filing came just a few days after a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit on behalf of student Nick Sandmann that could have resulted in the Kentucky teen being awarded $250 million for defamation of character by the Washington Post.
It was just another Trump-bashing night on the late-night lineup Tuesday, as celebrities commiserated with the hosts over how much they hated President Trump. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the ABC host brought on Kathy Griffin to promote her new Trump-hating standup, and fret about the First Amendment being at stake because she got in trouble for taking an ISIS-like picture holding the President’s severed head.
Yesterday, President Trump announced the departure of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Immediately following the announcement, Hollywood celebrities and their lefty media pals popped the champagne bottles, taking pot shots at the former Trump staffer.
If there’s one night to skip out on going to the movies, mark your calendar for July 31. That’s the night Kathy Griffin is unleashing her first ever movie theater experience complete with Q&A and an entire weekend’s worth of melodramatic material from her Trump Derangement Syndrome-inspired novella, “I, Victim.”
On Wednesday, it was announce that liberal actress Kathy Griffin is hosting the Shorty Awards, the online social media awards show with a heavily liberal slant. Even by Hollywood standards, these awards appear remarkably politicized. Unglued actress Kathy Griffin, made infamous recently for holding a fake severed head of President Trump in a photoshoot, is both the host and a finalist of this year’s best celebrity category. Other nominees include former Vice President Joe Biden and actor Russell Brand.
Denial is an addictive coping mechanism, and comedian Kathy Griffin’s latest interview is a masterclass on how it turns people into a contemptible pile of crazy. Griffin used the friendly lefty reporters at The Daily Beast to spin another account of her innocence and mistreatment by President Trump after her unsavory decapitation performance art.