Kathy Griffin's Nasty Obsession With Trump Now Has Her Throwing Shots at a Fellow Comedian

Posted: Jun 14, 2018 1:30 PM
Kathy Griffin's Nasty Obsession With Trump Now Has Her Throwing Shots at a Fellow Comedian

Kathy Griffin threw herself down a pretty deep hole last year when she decided posing with a fake, decapitated head resembling our President would make a great photo--and rather than try to crawl her way back out, the brash comedian seems to just keep on digging. 

While speaking with USA Today to promote her new tour, "Laugh Your Head Off," Griffin took a swipe at fellow comedian Kevin Hart for not attacking, or even mentioning, Donald Trump in his stand-up routine. 

“I do feel like this is such an anxiety-ridden time for everyone that there is a thirst for all kinds of comedy,” Griffin told the news network. “And look, if you want to not hear about Trump at all, go see Kevin Hart. He doesn't even mention Trump.” 

That's not where this gets crazy, though. While the comment was probably unnecessary, it's nothing to throw a fit over. But, as we've all learned this past year, Griffin doesn't know where to draw line (or she does, and she's just hellbent on crossing it). 

“I personally think that's a p---- move because he's a black man,” she went on. “But I guess he's selling more tickets than I ever will.”

If you're wondering "what does being a black man have to do with it?" you're not the only one. 

Social media users were quick to call out Griffin for the racist remark. 

Griffin did get one thing right, though. Hart will definitely be selling more seats than her, especially now. 

Spot. On. 

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Not to mention, if ANYONE on the right had said something even remotely similar to her statement, the outrage machine would be turned up to "high," churning out complaints about some oppressive, racist ruling class.

To say it was a dumb move is an understatement. 

Griffin even said it herself, "there is a thirst for all kinds of comedy" these days, and not everyone wants to listen to someone bad-mouth our President for sixty long minutes. That routine is a bit...stale.  

As for Kevin Hart, he had the best response of all: none.