Comedienne Kathy Griffin has become a complete disaster.
Griffin’s case of full-blown Trump Derangement Syndrome has taken her to some dark and disturbing places.
But her latest outburst is truly disgraceful and concerning.
It’s unclear what the high-water mark of Kathy Griffin’s career was, or if she ever had one, but her low-point was distinct.
Griffin, in a desperate attempt to be edged and signal her hatred for the President, appeared in a photo shoot holding a severed, bloody head of Trump.
The backlash was immediate.
Griffin lost her gig on CNN, and was scolded by the Hollywood community.
However, the left is very forgiving if someone is appropriately hateful toward Trump, so they let her back in the sandbox after a brief timeout.
Griffin is even attacking people in Hollywood.
Well before the embarrassing Academy Awards fiasco where comedian Kevin Hart turned down the hosting gig after being scolded for years-old tweets about gay people, Griffin ripped Hart for not being anti-Trump enough.
She also went after actor Don Cheadle for not rushing to her aid after she detonated her own career with the decapitation stunt.
Cheadle calmly destroyed her on Twitter by pointing out that just because they chatted on an airplane once doesn’t make them close friends.
Griffin has used her dwindling platform to virtue-signal on every political issue over the past two years.
Now Griffin has her sights set on a new target: high school kids.
At the annual March for Life, which dwarfed the anti-Semitic Women’s March in every possible way except mainstream media coverage, a group of pro-life high school students came under fire for an incident that turned out to be fake news.
A small contingent of a cultish group known as the Black Hebrew Israelites were hurling racial and homophobic epithets at the kids as they waited for buses to take them home.
Then Nathan Phillips, a Native American protester, approached a kid wearing a MAGA hat, and banged his drum in the kid’s face.
The media ran with that snippet of video and built the narrative that the kids blocked Phillips and mocked his chants.
Phillips went on CNN and gave his tear-filled account of what happened, saying the kids insulted him and chanted “build the wall.”
Suddenly the kids were the embodiment of white privilege, white supremacy, and every other buzzword leftists casually throw out.
Among the screeching mob, Kathy Griffin had one of the worst takes.
She called for the kids to be doxxed (have their identities exposed).
Ps. The reply from the school was pathetic and impotent. Name these kids. I want NAMES. Shame them. If you think these fuckers wouldn’t dox you in a heartbeat, think again. https://t.co/IS80wiaQ7v
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) January 20, 2019
The names of the students circulated online, sparking a wave of hateful comments and death threats toward them and their families.
Griffin and her celebrity cohorts unleashed hell on these kids.
Actress Alyssa Milano even said the MAGA hat is the current day equivalent of the white hood, a disgusting parallel to the KKK.
Even some people on the right rushed to judgment against the kids.
But as is almost always the case, the media propagated fake news.
An uncut two-hour video showed the entire story was bogus.
None of the kids chanted “build the wall,” or said anything disrespectful.
They didn’t block Phillips’s path, or even approach him.
Leftists are far too quick to pump out fake news if it fits their narrative, and the consequences are dangerous.
And the problem is magnified when celebrities like Kathy Griffin throw gasoline on the fire with their hateful and ignorant rhetoric.