Radical liberal comedian Kathy Griffin is speaking out in a new interview to talk about the “fun” she gets from having Donald Trump on court.
Griffin gloats about Trump
It was wild; “I've been canceled, I've been blacklisted, I'm toxic, no one's going to touch me,” Griffin, 63, told What's Up Newp. “Then I got a phone call from the people who used to book me at the Mirage in Vegas, and they said we'd love to have you back for a few dates.”
“I don't even mention Trump in this new show at all; She continued: “It's not that I'm afraid or anything like that, it's just that he will be in court, which gives me a little pleasure. I will be on tour while he will be in court.” “I'll take that as a win.”
Griffin was infamously “canceled” in 2017 after she posted a photo of herself posing with the severed head of then-President Trump. She was subsequently interviewed by the Secret Service, something she remains bitter about to this day.
“It seems that I was seen as a real threat to the lives of the previous administration,” she lamented. “It was just crazy.”
Griffin is currently on a “My Life on the PTSD List” tour, a reference to her bizarre belief that she suffers from PTSD, which 23% of military veterans actually suffer from, due to the fallout from her photo with Trump. .
“I thought you had to be like a veteran, but obviously you can get PTSD, you know, when the president attacks you and you're on the no-fly list,” she recently told the Omaha World-Herald. “I have stories. (On the show) we'll talk about addiction and cancer and all the crazy things I do for PTSD where I look like a crazy person.
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Griffin doubles down
Griffin doubled down on her claims of PTSD in her latest interview.
“The reason I called the show ‘My Life on the PTSD List’ is because I talk about all those things that I've been through. There's a place for that, because there are still some good and bad healthy behaviors,” she joked. “I also found in “The few shows I've done have made people actually want to talk about cancer and prescription pill addiction.”
She added, “I don't plan to talk about my divorce because it's so new, but I will definitely describe what it was like for me the first few days when I was looking at the laundry machine and not knowing how it worked.” “I found, and this has actually been confirmed, that I'm too popular to do laundry.”
Griffin continued to provide more details about what her comedy shows look like.
“I tell the audience to clap your hands if you become addicted in any way, and most of the audience claps. So I tell stories about the 51/50 cycle, it was like Britney and Kanye combined, and parts of it are very funny. “I didn’t know the doors were locked from the outside,” she said, referring to her hospital stay.
“It's funny that I got what they call in AA, your ass, at 59 years old; I mean, talk about the pants late. I can't just be a normal person who overdosed when he was 20, 30, 40,” she concluded. “Generally.”
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Griffin asks fans to come to her shows
Unfortunately for Griffin, she doesn't seem to have much of an audience anymore. Last week, she resorted to begging fans to buy tickets to her show after admitting that she “does not sell well.”
“I'll be honest with you guys. I had another voice surgery two days ago, so I think my voice sounds better. However, I have coronavirus and I'm sad that I'm getting divorced,” Griffin said in a despondent video posted on social media. “It's all about the tour, man. Oddly enough, he got me to opening night in Des Moines. And Omaha is not selling well. First of all, there are not enough people there.
“I need comedy fans to come see me in Kansas City,” she continued. “Come on! I need sales. I've been through hell. I've been through a lot of bullshit since my last tour. I actually have to laugh about it. I'd like to laugh. So please…”
Griffin's latest comments about Trump show how bitter she is, so it's no wonder no one wants to come to her comedy shows. What do you think of her recent statements? Let us know in the comments section.
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