Comedienne Griffin Unemployable after Anti-Trump Stunt

Sometimes people lose all sense of rationale when trying to make a point to others. That’s when they tend to make mistakes that can cost them dearly. Just ask comedienne Kathy Griffin. After her obscene anti-Trump stunt last week, she has found that her act may have been one of career suicide as she is deemed unemployable by many in the industry.

Comedic has-been Kathy Griffin seemingly committed career suicide last week with a publicity stunt in which she acted out the ISIS-inspired beheading of President Donald Trump.

The gruesome and gory set of photographs landed on the world wide web with a furious fervor, as conservatives and liberals alike expressed their rage and disgust with the self-proclaimed “D-list” actress.  The photo, which was purposefully created to appear as realistic as possible, not only caused heavy cringing among the adults exposed to it, but young Barron Trump, son of the President, reportedly saw the photo for the first time on television and believed for a moment that it could have been real.  He calmed down only after his mother, and First Lady, Melania Trump explained that it was merely special effects.

While the stunt itself was horrifically distasteful, even for a comedienne so pointedly liberal as Griffin, the photos indicate a departure from common decorum among democrats that threatens our very political system…

Now if only half of Washington’s Democrats would find that their stupid and offensive actions resulted in career suicide, America would be a lot better off and perhaps have a better than dismal future after all. Democrats like Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Chuck Schumer, Al Franken and Elizabeth Warren to name just a few.

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