Kathy Griffin’s violent anti-Trump picture was pathetic.
Griffin has always struggled to stay relevant because she’s never really been funny. Think about it, what has she actually done that’s of any comedic relevance?
The answer is nothing, and one of the all-time comedic geniuses just shut down Griffin’s terrible anti-Trump joke in the most hilarious way.
Griffin has always been a notoriously awful and annoying comedian.
In fact, Griffin is so annoying, she was literally cast as the annoying character on Seinfeld – and it’s easy to see how Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David recognized that when casting her.
But she remains oblivious that the joke’s on her – and that’s why Jerry Seinfeld shut her down in a back-handed way.
“Jerry Seinfeld has lent his support to Kathy Griffin after the comedian came under fire last week for a photo in which she posed with a fake, bloodied head meant to resemble President Donald Trump, saying in an interview he believes Griffin simply made a “bad joke.”
‘Yes, it was a bad joke. Every comedian tells bad jokes,’ the 63-year-old Seinfeld star told People magazine Tuesday.
‘We all do it. That’s how we find the good jokes. So someone told a bad joke — so what, I don’t understand the big deal,’ he added.
Griffin sparked a firestorm last week when a photo taken during a shoot with L.A.-based photographer Tyler Shields was published by TMZ.
The photo showed the 56-year-old My Life on the D-List star holding a decapitated prosthetic head meant to resemble that of the president in her outstretched arm.
Griffin quickly apologized after the viral photo drew strong condemnation from both sides of the political aisle, writing in a Twitter message that she had gone ‘too far.’
In his own response, Trump called the photo “sick,” while First Lady Melania Trump described it as ‘very disturbing’ and ‘simply wrong.’
In a press conference Friday, Griffin fought back tears as she accused the Trump family of bullying her and attempting to ruin her career.
The comedian was fired from her role on CNN’s New Year’s Eve Live coverage in the wake of the controversy, while at least five venues on her cross-country comedy tour scrapped her scheduled performances.
The Secret Service also opened an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the photo shoot.
Seinfeld wasn’t the only celebrity to come to Griffin’s defense; in a speech at the premiere of his new Showtime series last week, actor Jim Carrey advised Griffin to double down on the photo by holding up Trump’s ‘severed leg,’ adding that comics represent the ‘last line of defense’ in a politically-charged environment.
Actor and Saturday Night Live Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin also reached out to Griffin on social media following the backlash, and advised her to ignore her critics.”
Sure, every comedian does tell bad jokes, but to call Griffin a comedian is absurd and it’s puzzling how she even got to the point where this picture was a big deal.
Griffin is a narcissist who isn’t funny.
That picture shouldn’t have even been relevant, but you can blame the media for her resurgence in the public eye, because as they say in Hollywood, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.”
But Donald Trump Jr. believes that she deserves everything coming to her.
WATCH: Whoah…Donald Trump Jr re Kathy Griffin: “She deserves everything that’s coming to her.” pic.twitter.com/6X2auEaq0Y
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) June 6, 2017
Griffin deserves the backlash, but it’s also revitalized her career – and maybe that’s exactly what she was hoping for.