Several days ago, liberal comedian Michelle Wolf, sparked a massive amount of outrage after she ruthlessly made fun of just about everyone who attended the White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington DC. In addition to being utterly outrageous, Wolf’s performance also appears to have emboldened controversial comedian Kathy Griffin.
This is because, shortly after the event, Griffin went on ABC’s “The View” and pathetically delivered a grasping and vulgar retraction of the apology she issued when she posed, like a terrorist, with a fake replica of President Donald Trump’s dismembered head last year. After retracting her apology, she then proceeded to spew profanity while insulting President Trump and his family.
Griffin’s scathing retraction and subsequent attack on the president and his loved ones came after one of the co-hosts mentioned that she couldn’t believe it’s been a whole year since her despicable photoshoot.
“I know! What a year it’s been,” replied Griffin before stating, “by the way, I take the apology back. F*** Trump.” Upon hearing this, the crowd erupted in applause.
“And the sons, the sons, Don Jr. and Eric, or as I call them ‘Eddie Munster’ and ‘Date Rape,’” she continued when the applause died down.
“Look, I’m not holding back on this family. This president is different,” Griffin added, noting, “I have been through the mill, and so now I’m back on the road.”
Later in the interview, she explained that she initially apologized after thinking about the feelings of those who had their loved ones beheaded, but had a change of heart when she started feeling like she was just a part of what she called the “Trump woodchipper.”
After Griffin spoke about her reasoning, co-host Joy Behar asked her, “now that you’ve taken the apology back, aren’t you frightened [that] they’re going to go after you again?” When Griffin claimed that they already are, Behar inquired why she does that to herself.
“Because it’s important! The First Amendment is the first Amendment for a reason,” exclaimed Griffin in response. “And also, this guy just is different. I don’t mean to disrespect the presidency,” she added.
“First of all Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions — I thought that guy was dead, seriously,” admitted the controversial comedian while speaking about the AG. “When I was a kid we used to make fun of Jeff Sessions [and] somehow he’s the attorney general,” she added.
Sadly, it is quite common for liberals like Griffin to lash out at republicans.
Earlier this year, for example, when Omar Navarro, a conservative Latino politician currently challenging Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) for her seat in the House of Representatives, was endorsed by Gen. Michael Flynn, Waters went on Twitter and promptly attacked both of them in an unhinged tirade.
“Desperate, unstable, and convicted criminal Omar Navarro stoops low in soliciting help from another indicted criminal in a campaign against #MaxineWaters – what a campaign!” tweeted Waters, referring to the fact that Navarro pleaded guilty to “placing a tracking device on his wife’s car” back in 2016 and Flynn pleaded guilty to “lying to the FBI” several months ago.
“Indicted Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty about his conversations w/ Russians is in CA tonight campaigning for convicted Omar Navarro on probation for putting a tracking device on his wife’s car. Apparently, the two will spend a lot of time together discussing their crimes,” she added in a follow-up tweet.
In addition to Navarro and Flynn, Waters also recently lashed out at President Donald Trump. She did so during an episode of MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” when host Joy Reid asked her about President Donald Trump suggesting that she has a low IQ while at a rally in Pennsylvania back in March.
“This is not only typical of him. This is what this con man does. He diverts attention from himself by attacking others,” stated Reid.
“I’m not going to run from it. I’m not intimidated by him, and so he can keep calling names. I’ve got plenty for him,” she continued.
“As a matter of fact, everybody knows he’s a con man,” she added, noting, “he’s been a con man all of his life, long before he ever ran for office, and so this con man, Con Man Don, is going to keep it up and again he’s coming for me, I’m coming for him.”
Several weeks before that, United States Attorney General (AG) Jeff Sessions, who’s an unapologetic supporter of law enforcement officers, was also attacked by countless angry liberals for pointing out that sheriffs are a “critical part of the Anglo-American heritage of law enforcement.” According to many on the left, saying this supposedly makes him an “outright racist.”
One of the people most upset by what he said was California’s Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom. Shortly after hearing the attorney general’s comments, Newsom went online and tweeted a video of his comment along with a furious caption stating, “reminder that our Attorney General is an outright racist who wants us all to acknowledge ‘Anglo-American heritage.’”
Their outrage, though, is incredibly misguided. This is due to the fact that in the legal community, the phrase “Anglo-American legal tradition,” is simply a synonym for “common law.” It’s also a phrase used numerous times in the Supreme Court.
And prior to the outrage over Sessions’ factual comment, comedian Bill Maher viciously bashed Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during an episode of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.” He did so by calling him an “eco-terrorist.”
Later in the episode, Maher also essentially bashed every single patriot at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, all of whom put their lives at risk every single day to ensure that others are safe.
“I mean, Trump may not be Hitler, but ICE is the Gestapo, and they’re acting like it,” he declared.
Without a doubt, the authoritarian left’s continuous attacks against conservatives are utterly reprehensible.