Kathy Griffin is sorry for posing with a bloody, fake, decapitated Trump head

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Kathy Griffin will do almost anything for attention. She’s very open about her thirst, and she’s made it part of comedic act, that she loves talking sh-t about celebrities and that she would love to be more famous. She’s openly done fauxmances, pap strolls and more. She’s alienated important people within the industry. And now, she’s done “artwork” that shows an obviously fake decapitated head covered in blood. The fake head? Donald Trump. “Controversial photographer” Tyler Shields took the photo, and TMZ was the first to publish the pic – go here to see.

Kathy also posted a short video of the shoot, which she later deleted from Twitter, along with a tweet reading: “OBVIOUSLY, I do not condone ANY violence by my fans or others to anyone, ever! I’m merely mocking the Mocker in Chief.” But after all of the outrage, she’s deleted all of that and posted this apology video:

“Kathy Griffin” was the top trend of Twitter for much of Tuesday afternoon/evening because of this stunt, which I’m sure makes her happy. I think that’s what it was too – a stupid, gross stunt designed to get some attention. And Trump supporters gave her that attention too, because of course they did. You should have seen all of the hand-wringing and breast-beating and pearl-clutching. To most Trump supporters, this was the worst thing that has ever been done to a person EVER, of all time, no exceptions.

I’m not saying that I agree with Kathy or that what she did was defensible whatsoever. I’m just saying that the Outrage Machine seems to be working overtime to make Kathy Griffin somehow symbolic of all things Democratic Party, or that this stunt was somehow the worst thing that’s happened in America ever (hint: it’s not even the fifth most offensive thing to happen in the past week).

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  1. guest says:

    Look at some Trump supporters making this a left and right thing rather than blaming the people that are responsible for the picture. Also why do the Trumps keep bringing Obama into things? I saw some tweets saying “If anyone had done this with Obama….”

    • Shambles says:

      People DID f*cking do this with Obama. Except worse. Right-wing protestors literally lynched him in effigy. A black man, not a rich, spoiled white man, which makes the dynamic far worse. And he was expected to sit and take it.

      • guest says:

        I know but they seem to have “forgotten” this. That’s how Trump supporters are.

      • JulP says:

        And let’s not forget that Trump and other republicans threatened to use a “2nd amendment solution” if Hillary was elected. We also have republican politicians who are body slamming journalists and joking about shooting journalists (and I have yet to see leaders of the Republican party call out any of this behavior in a meaningful way). So I’m sorry, I really can’t muster the energy to give a shit about this. Why are the Dems always expected to be civil when republicans threw civility out the window a long time ago?

      • guest says:

        @JulP

        ITAWY.

    • lightpurple says:

      Ted Nugent repeatedly said he wanted to shoot Barack Obama.

      • guest says:

        Tell that to his supporters. I’ve read many comments like these yesterday:

        She is repulsive. If anyone had done this with Obama’s head, they’d be in jail.

        Crazy and inappropriate. Imagine if she had done this to Obama’s head. I know people have reported this to the Secret Service

      • Aims says:

        Over the weekend in my town, we had a man on our public transportation make racist comments towards two young women who were wearing their head covers . Three men stood up to the racist one an ex military man who had served in Iraq and Afghanistan , one man who recently graduated from college and another who is currently in college . The racist took out a knife and killed the ex military and recent grad, and slit the third guy pretty good that it required extensive surgery , but thankfully he’ll live.

        The reason I bring this up is because Trump ignites violence . Since he’s opened up his ignorant mouth and is wreak less in his bigotry ,it fuels the uninformed and hateful people to do horrific things. It gives these nut jobs permission for their ignorance and violence . Words are powerful . When you mix stupidity and hate, it’s a deadly combination . We currently have a president who is a constant victim( in his mind) who lacks intelligence and empathy and self reflection. His words and behavior ignites violence . He is threat to all.

      • jc126 says:

        Ted Nugent threatened Obama which is a crime. He also should go to jail for being a predator towards a teenage girl.
        He’s garbage. Draft dodger – this is really bad because he’s such a chicken hawk about war – and fathered a kid outside his marriage. Disgusting.

    • lightpurple says:

      Sarah Palin – rifle scope image over Gabby Giffords

  2. third ginger says:

    Yes, she only created a talking point for Trump supporters. Also, she committed the worst sin for a comic. She was not funny.

    • vava says:

      Right!

      She isn’t funny, but I think she could resurrect her career by impersonating Kellyanne Conway. All she would need to do is get a blonde wig and then join Saturday Night Live. Her face looks very similar to Conway.

    • Audi says:

      Absolutely right on. This wasn’t funny, it was ridiculous and stupid. And, at the end of the day, it encourages sympathy for Trump. Ugh Kathy. Ugh.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Spot on, third ginger.

    • pinetree13 says:

      All she did was provide a much needed public distraction from the Paris Accord. She literally helped out the far right and the administration by doing this. I thought the picture was disgusting and I wish she hadn’t done this.

    • Carol says:

      +1 that photo was awful. IMO it doesnt matter if other people made ugly comments or photos about Obama. Just because some right wing idiot does something offensive doesnt mean its OK to publish a photo like that about Trump.

  3. doglover says:

    I can’t stand Drumpf and this photo bothers me for one reason – it went so far, it actually makes him a sympathetic figure. Ala Jimmy Fallon interview, ala SNL going after him in such a way he almost seems funny/light-hearted and not evil as he is. It may even turn people to HIS side (making liberals look crazy). Kathy should’ve known better.

    • Kitten says:

      Ugh I agree completely. I hate him with every fiber of my being but I *almost* hate Kathy more for making me side with him.

      • doglover says:

        I personally don’t side with him but some do… he and his supporters still suck and have said/done some horrible things to Obama and Clinton.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I am pissed at her for creating a scapegoat that will now be thrown at all liberals when we make a logical point.

      • SoonerOrLaterWeAllSleepAlone says:

        The annoying part is Melanie and Donnie tweeting about how it “hurts their son” – so they Allow their 11 yr old to peruse social media etc? Kathy griffin did not bait their poor parenting, nor is a comic the voice of sedition. OrangeOverreactuon. Yawn.

    • Alleycat says:

      @doglover I’m not condoning her behavior, but anyone who now sides with Trump over this specific thing because the “liberals are crazy” were not going to side with “the liberals” anyway. Any sane person will see this as Kathy doing this, not a group of people.

      • Kitten says:

        I’m not sure if you’re referring to my comment, but I meant I’m siding with his on this very one specific thing. I also don’t think it’s the huge deal people are making it out to be, but I do think it was in poor taste.

        *shrugs*

  4. Maria F. says:

    i just think it is stupid to give them ammunition. DT and his cahoots have enough rope to hang themselves with (no pun intended).

    This hurt the resistance more than it hurt or offended DT. And that is not smart.

    • third ginger says:

      Very true!

    • Esmom says:

      Yes. Any time a progressive stoops to deplorable levels, it makes me cringe. We all have to remember, to quote Michelle Obama, when they go low, we go high. Not easy, to be sure.

      • Maria F. says:

        and if we go low, we have to be smarter about it, in a way that they cannot use to victimize themselves.

    • Kitten says:

      YES and *sigh*.

    • Cynical Ann says:

      Agreed. That’s what outraged me the most. “Oh look at those horrible liberals.” Was it dumb and not appropriate? Yes. Are those Republicans that overlooked all the crap said about the Obamas disgusting hypocrites? Yes. But I loathe ANYthing that gives them the upper hand-and this absolutely does.

    • Sadezilla says:

      Yes to this thread.

  5. Sayrah says:

    It’s the biggest worst offensive offense in history! Believe me. Sad

  6. EO1 says:

    She shouldn’t have done that but nobody will talk about that next week anymore.. so many things going on with the Trump and his administration, Tomorrow we’ll have another scandal.

  7. RBC says:

    Anderson Cooper is appalled and CNN is “evaluating” Kathy Griffin’s future work (New Years Eve with Anderson)with the network.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      Tell me you’re kidding. Please.

      This wasn’t funny but that happens in comedy. She apologized. That’s all anyone can ask for. When I think of all the comedians who have been criticized for, say, rape jokes and defended them until we were all too tired to discuss it further, this seems perfectly acceptable.

      If Anderson Cooper or CNN think this one misstep should mean she gets fired, I’ll have to re-evaluate my opinion of HIM to be honest (CNN is a business so I expect nothing). Kathy Griffin is a successful female comedian in a business dominated by men. She’s an activist and strong advocate for women’s and LGBTQ rights and has been for a long time. But I guess that counts for nothing. One mistake and she’s out? You’re better than that, Anderson.

      • IMO says:

        Well as soon as it was clear that Trump would win the election CNN started to kiss his fat a$$, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they don’t want her anymore.

      • Esmom says:

        I can understand where Anderson is coming from, though. We all need to condemn this strongly if we have any hope of rising above the current political climate and swing the pendulum back to a time when discourse was (mostly) civil. I feel like if we don’t, we’re no better than the people who demonized Obama and enabled the rise of Trump.

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        Esmom, I don’t get it at all. Of all the things AC could publicly condemn, this is what he picks? It’s not like he constantly tweets personal opinions on all the disgusting sh*t that goes on these days. So when someone who rarely talks about his personal views on specific events or people picks this to say he’s appalled and disgusted, it blows the entire thing out of proportion. It was in poor taste. She apologized. And it was a good apology, not half-assed. How many right wingers ever apologize for these things? They usually double down.

        Let’s not forget that the current president never apologized for bragging about sexually assaulting women. All I’m saying is, let’s not lose perspective.

      • Ramona says:

        Anderson doesnt have a choice here. He is first a journalist and needs to project some measure of respectability and neutrality on the show. He just cant condemn Fox News bias and maintain a public professional association with her. Remember he is not a commentator like Rachel Maddow, he does not editiorise. He is actually a news anchor who does field work and sometimes interviews. Rachel would get away associating with Kathy after this, Anderson wouldnt.

      • Esmom says:

        littlemissnaughty. I don’t think he picked it. He needed to address it because he works with her, unless I’m mistaken. I’m guessing if he had no professional or even personal connection to her he would have let it slide into the muck.

      • Llamas says:

        She does tons of OTT crap that’s highly inappropriate. I’ve always found her to be crass and unfunny. There are funny female comedians. She is not one of them. Apparently this scared Barron which is a problem because he’s a little kid.

      • Ksenia says:

        She’s out. Fired from CNN’s New Year’s Eve special. Don’t care, I don’t like her and I never did. I mean, what’s to like? The woman is obnoxious, self centered and simply NOT FUNNY. She deserves Anderson Cooper’s disapproval.

    • Stacey Dresden says:

      She’s been fired from CNN contracts.

      • MaybeTomorrow says:

        Appropriately so. She is a public figure, with a news station platform, and this is egregious as f–k. She cannot have the platform she has and engage in this. It is unacceptable. Period.

        Please don’t anyone respond ” but what about (insert egregious act by someone on the other side)”. I’m sick and damn tired of the response excusing poor behavior by one by citing that of others. Be accountable . Quit making excuses. Both sides do it continuously. Got in a discussion with a right wing friend this am and she did it and I called it out too.

        It’s f–king weak.

      • WhatDoesSheKnow? says:

        @MaybeTomorrow +1

  8. Rice says:

    What a real clustercovfefe!

  9. Lolo86lf says:

    The decapitation stunt is indeed a bit much. She went too far. She has apologized so I hope that Trump’s supporters can find it in their hearts to forgive Kathy Griffin and get on with their lives just like they did when Trump’s video of him grabbing women by the p**sy was released.

    By the way I love Kathy’s pink dress! She looks beautiful in it.

    • lightpurple says:

      Donald Jr claims it is a “fake apology.”

      • Shark Bait says:

        Donald Jr. if a fake Donald

      • pinetree13 says:

        Wow never thought I’d agree with that cretin on anything but I agree. I think she knew the reaction she’d get and planned the apology from the get-go. All an elaborate ploy to get her name in the news and attention. I really, really hate that she did this. She just gave the deplorables ammo to claim we’re as bad as they are.

    • SusanneToo says:

      They’ll never forgive. If you even said trump had funny hair, you’d be on their hit list.

    • Indira says:

      I once wrote that Melania and Donald don’t love each other and they will get divorced when he’s out of office. You can’t imagine how much hate I got from his supporters lol they will never forgive her.

      • Shark Bait says:

        Who in the world thinks those two actually love each other?? Lol, yeah they will never get over this.

      • MARY says:

        But why would you write about whether they love each other or not? and whether they divorce after he is out of office?

    • MaybeTomorrow says:

      Seriously,,,,, did he get forgiven by his detractors for that comment? Did people get on with their lives? How many pussy hats were marketed and sold? Nah, forgiveness and moving on with lives DID NOT HAPPEN.

      I’m not saying it should have necessarily either, But I am saying that your statement is revisionist to the facts.

  10. justsaying says:

    It wasn’t a good idea but so many crazy things are going on in the world right now that I wasn’t shocked or appalled like some other people/his supporters (pretend to be). I saw it, thought “Oh dear” and went on in my life.

    • Ash says:

      Same. I wasn’t that offended by it, even though it was in poor taste. There are worse things happening and being said right now.

  11. Nancy says:

    How could she not know the reaction this would get. She is now the punchline and can kiss what was left of career adios. The any publicity is good publicity theory went out the window…..she managed to piss off her buddy Anderson. I can only imagine there won’t be an apology tour. Asshat

  12. Giulia says:

    If it weren’t for this site I wouldn’t have been aware of this at all, so Kathy’s not really on my radar. But, having watched videos of actual decapitations, I don’t find her stunt daring or amusing as a protest.

  13. Talie says:

    Breitbart called her an A-list celebrity….hahahaha

    Anyway, of course she knew this would happen. You pose with any severed head of a known person and it will not go over well. I don’t get the thinking behind this. Trump is imploding daily, so it’s not like you need to pull these stunts.

  14. Word says:

    I hope CNN gives her the heaveho.

  15. lightpurple says:

    And the Trumps themselves are milking this for all it is worth. Donnie Jr claims Griffin represents everyone on “The Left” and the Orange manure pile is whining on Twitter that his children, particularly Barron, are having a hard time with this. Griffin represents herself, nobody else. Where was the outrage and upset from Princess Nagini and Tweedledum & Tweedledummer when Ted Nugent threatened to shoot President Obama? Where was Drumpf’s own outrage? He invited Nugent to the White House to make obscene gestures at Hillary’s portrait. And what lousy excuse for a parent let Barron see that picture? Parents at high levels of politics shield their young ones from the news cycles and they offer advice to each other on how to do it because none of them want to repeat what happened to David Kennedy (saw his father’s assassination, alone, at about Barron’s age, tragic life) or one of McGovern’s daughters.

    • Shark Bait says:

      Yeah, Tyler Shields and Kathy Griffin are both attention seekers and court controversy, they do not represent everyone on the left. I don’t necessarily think this is very funny, but it’s not the most offensive thing I’ve seen. But the Trumpsters are going HAM over this. The comments on facebook have been bananas. They are comparing her to ISIS and want the secret service to investigate. I’m surprised my mom hasn’t gone on a rant about this (she will I’m sure). It was in poor taste, but I’m more offended at those who punch down or some of the deplorable things going on today.
      Also Don Jr. is such a weak chinned loser. He wishes he were daddy’s number one.

  16. MunichGirl says:

    I can only say that nobody in Germany talks about that. Not that it matters though… everybody talks about Trump’s tweet and Ivanka’s weird champagne popsicles for Memorial Day.

    • Lady D says:

      I was wondering if this picture had traveled the world yet. I imagine Daesh enjoyed the visuals. Kathy probably got a few more fans out of this.

  17. Nebby says:

    Yeah I don’t care, well I do in the sense it gives the right ammunition. But for 8 years we’ve dealt with them fake lynching Obama, Donald advocating shooting Obama, Ted Nugent implying he wanted to kill him, calling his wife and kids ghetto monkeys, Donald inciting violence at his klan rallies, using pics of Hillary and Obama for target practice and so much more bs all while being called liberal snowflakes when we told them their behavior is wrong. But he does enough to damage his own image, so strategically this wasn’t a good move.

    • Ash says:

      My thoughts exactly. I don’t care enough to be offended by this because the Right’s been significantly more obnoxious and people have gotten killed over their antics.

  18. eXo says:

    Guess I’m a bad person because I don’t care. I’ve seen so many disgusting comments about Barack and his family, even disgusting rape comments about his children that I don’t care about Kathy’s stupid photo.

  19. Cleo says:

    Tacky and exhausting IMO. Using imagery like this to get your names out there and deliberately try to generate controversy without offering anything of substance is an easy attention-grab.

  20. adastraperaspera says:

    I enjoy Kathy’s comedy and have watched all her specials and some of the D List episodes. For me, all the violence that Tr*mp is inciting is just a fire looking for more fuel, which this image provided. I understand her anger, and it is more than justified. But I would much rather have seen her express this in another video PSA with Cher, encouraging going to marches, registering voters, giving money to Planned Parenthood, etc. That said, the rank hypocrisy of the crowd who obstructed government for eight years and never called out their own base, who hung Obama in effigy in their yards by the thousands, is rich.

  21. robyn says:

    She’s right … she went too far and she also got the color of the hair wrong.

  22. Suze says:

    Not funny and a truly moronic move. Stupid, stupid,stupid.

  23. o says:

    I could actually punch her. Why do this and give him and his lunatic supporters ammunition? She is so dumb.

    • Megan2 says:

      Seriously? This is the kind of remark I expect from Trump supporters. “OMG, mildly upsetting thing occurred and an apology was issued. I hope the person gets punched/kicked/straight up murdered.”

      What is with the knee-jerk reaction where your immediate impulse is to get in a brawl? With Kathy Griffin of all people. Are you 12?

      • o says:

        You must be as feckless as Kathy is. When they go low, we go high, dear.

      • Cleo says:

        @Megan2
        We can all agree that Trump is dangerous, stupid, and a waste of oxygen, but I don’t find this “mild” at all. It’s extreme and was meant to be extreme in order for Kathy Griffin and the photographer to get attention, which they unfortunately did. It’s harmful, intentionally disturbing imagery, no matter how much you or I hate who the head belongs to.

      • Jesse says:

        @Megan2
        If you consider this type of imagery mild, I’d hate to think what’s serious. It was a very counterproductive stunt. Yes, she’s apologised and that should be the end of it. But it won’t, because fuel has been given to the wrong people.

  24. Joy says:

    I personally fell like she is also making a bit of a joke about ISIS style beheadings. Which are not funny. If Kendall Jenner got hell for invoking BLM through a Pepsi commercial, well Kathy deserves the same.

    • mellie says:

      That kind of how I felt about it too, it wasn’t so much because she made fun of Trump (I know we all can’t help ourselves, it is too easy!), but because of the other and that is no damn joke, it is scary. I just don’t like her anyway…she is never funny to me.

  25. What's Inside says:

    She is an atrocious personality and I haven’t forgot the comment she made about Britney Spears’ children back in the day on national television.

  26. ArchieGoodwin says:

    I wonder how Obama’s kids felt when their father’s very country of birth was being called into question, year after year after year.

    Having to watch him defend himself against “unnamed sources”.

    It REALLY bothers me trump used Barron.

    • robyn says:

      I think he’s using his son and lying about Barron’s reaction. I suspect they are shielding Barron from the public discourse and the public from seeing Barron as well.

      • KB says:

        If Barron actually lived with his father the supposed trauma could have been avoided.

    • Lightpurple says:

      I think he is using Barron, just like Princess Nagini exploits her kids, and it offends me. And if the kid did see the picture, the Trumps themselves need to question their parenting

  27. Thnuggaboo says:

    Well, you know, Trump was just asking for it….all that hair for her to grab onto and all…..and the color was like a magnet. But it’s alright cuz she’s (somewhat) famous and can just go and grab ‘em by their hair and they will let her. Besides, she’s only visualizing what a lot of people have been thinking for so long……

  28. Otaku Fairy says:

    Meh, I won’t cheer her on, but I’m not bothered by it either. I’ll save my sympathy for real victims of violence. While there’s a part of me that has a little bit of sympathy for his kid having to deal with seeing a father who’s a bad, dangerous man supported by bad, dangerous people earn such strong public hatred that a comedian symbolized in a photoshoot, the fact that he has to deal with that is largely the fault of Trump, his administration, and his supporters. Daddy should have made better choices. When your corrupt political platform runs on racial hatred and sexism and increases the hate crimes and hate speech going on out in the open in this country, expect that the response will sometimes be aggressive free speech/comedy.
    For a while, conservatives, libertarians, and liberals have been dismissing things like being a neo-Nazi , using racial slurs, or being anti-gay as ‘free speech’ and ‘just a difference of opinion’. There were even White Feminists jumping to Richard Spencer’s defense when a lady yelled at him at a gym and he was banned from the gym but she wasn’t. I’m HOPING those people can not be hypocrites and apply the same radical free speech stances to Kathy Griffin today, but I don’t expect it to work out that way.

    • Lolo says:

      Yeah, but you can imagine if this happened with the former president? It likely wouldn’t be taken as comedy, and rightfully so. I understand saving your outrage, but this is really inappropriate regardless of the president’s policies.

      • Otaku Fairy says:

        Lolo things like this (and worse) happened with Obama multiple times. “If it’s not ok with Obama, it’s not ok with Hillary” is never going to be an equal comparison though because Obama so far isn’t guilty of the things that Trump is. And of course anyone who isn’t a racist realizes that a gesture like this being done because of skin color isn’t the same as it being done because of a politician’s ACTIONS (and the actions of his supporters). People do judge how bad it is for you to be mistreated based on the way you’ve treated others. This same ‘president’ thought it was ok to call for Hillary to be shot and was ok with Ted Nugent calling for Obama to be shot, despite the fact that they also are peoples’ parents and (in Hillary’s case) grandparents. So #karma. Maybe ‘our president’ needs to set a better example for the American public.

      • Otaku Fairy says:

        Meant Trump, not Hillary.

  29. Wow says:

    Bad form, Kathy, bad form.

    The only “funny” part would be assuming that Trump has that much hair on his head.
    But in general stuff like that should not be tolerated when it’s done to any current or former President. The Secret Service could view it as a threat of some kind.

  30. SusanneToo says:

    donny’s bff’s in Saudi Arabia plan to decapitate a blind, deaf, 23 year old man for taking part in a demonstration. DM has the story. I’m sure Joke-in-Chief will condemn it or try to intervene. Not!

  31. Keaton says:

    I’ve always liked Kathy and I admire that she does shows in Afghanistan. But I’m super annoyed at her stunt. She got the attention she wanted but 1) it wasn’t funny and 2) it emboldened those hypocritical POS Trump cultists.
    Be smarter Kathy!

  32. chloe says:

    I find the image disturbing, but for the 8 years Obama was in office I got to drive by a crappy house on my drive to work everyday that had an Obama mannequin hanging by a noose and a bunch of right wing propaganda written on signs, after the Secret Service visited the nut job he took the Obama off a noose and then placed him in a coffin, but it was still there. Conservatives seem to suffer from amnesia or think that they can do this kind of crap and Liberals can’t, but guess what we can, I just hate the fact that this brings sympathy to the orange moron.

  33. TheOtherSam says:

    It was tasteless and gross, but no more tasteless and gross then when Donnie Jr. and Donnie Jr II go big game hunting and are proudly photographed holding up the -actual- severed heads and bodies of the animals they kill. At least everyone knows the head Kathy was holding is fake.

  34. Keaton says:

    CNN just terminated their agreement to have Kathy co-host their New Year’s Eve show. Ugh Kathy. You really screwed up. It sucks that she is paying a bigger price than Gianforte did for committing violent assault.

    • Neelyo says:

      The only time anyone watches CNN is for that New Year’s show. By December 31, 2017 this stunt will be long forgotten and replaced by actual horrors. They didn’t need to do anything.

      • Keaton says:

        ITA And it’s not like the Trump Cultists watch CNN anyway. They didn’t need to do anything. :/

    • Disco Dancer says:

      Because she is a woman, she gets fired for making what is a sick and ill advised joke! But men like Gianforte win a seat in congress even after assaulting someone; men like Bill O Reilly only lose their high profile job after multiple accounts of sexual assault and harassment comes forward from many women and Trump becomes the president even after spewing violent rhetoric like “Trump that bitch”.

  35. diamondRottweiler says:

    It’s just outrage porn for the Trumpers. Given how much they LOOOOOVE to be offended, I’d think they’d be thanking K.G. And if we’re expecting them to recognize their hypocrisy in going full panty twist over this dumb picture, given their complete acceptance of *actual violence* toward activists and media, well, you know, some people are just too stupid to argue with.

  36. Ozogirl says:

    Sick and not funny. Thanks Kathy for giving Trump and his followers a reason to slam liberals because of your action :\

  37. Skylark says:

    The hair is way too lush, the eyes are pouch-free, the nose looks quite noble and the (closed and not at all anus-shaped) mouth looks generous.

    Not a good bigly likeness at all.

  38. India Andrews says:

    The reaction of Trump supporters turned them into hypocrites.

    And Kathy isn’t sorry at all. It is obvious from body language analysis which already are showing up on YouTube. Kathy even rolls her eyes a couple of times during her apology. You can’t get more obvious than that.

    I will miss her and Anderson Cooper on new Year’s Eve.

  39. Susan says:

    I personally could careless about Kathy Griffin or Donald but what bothers me about the image is the feelings or reactions of the families whose loved ones were beheaded by terrorists and then shown on the internet. How must that make them feel to once again, whether fake or not, to have someone shown beheaded in such a gross and disgusting way. Those families are the ones she should apologize to because THEY are the ones who have suffered the most. Makes me sad for them and for us all really for someone to think something like this would be funny.

  40. All I’ve learned this week so far is that Kathy Griffin is not funny at all and to me never really was and that most of our country are complete idiots for not believing science. How can you think climate change is a myth? I’m 31 and I can tell just by noticing the weather changes in the last 3 decades that it is a problem. I swear the more and more time progresses the more I feel I’m from the United States of idiots. I know this post is about KG, but I agree that this is just blocking the whole Paris deal. You’d think with all that money he could have afforded to buy himself a legit education so he’s not speaking in farts.

  41. Xtrology says:

    Meals On Wheels, people losing healthcare, deportation… It’s an artistic representation. I don’t care for it, but people — the bigger picture!

  42. I Choose Me says:

    Sigh. I’m going back to bed.

  43. Kelly says:

    Yes, I wrote a big response on the Trump//Baron/Griffith that is too long to re-wrire. I’m a fan of neither, but think it’s very important in this case to not rely on gossip, feelings, opinions. This has nothing to do with Baron or Griffin. This is a matter of our Constitution., same for all presidentts, citizens, etc. Kathy Griffin broke the law, which calls for up to fiv years in prison and/or a fine. My battery is failing. Please read my comment under the Baron article. I think its very important. Thanks