Unstable, blacklisted and going broke — all the words to describe liberal celebrity Kathy Griffin, who made headlines this year posting horrific images online of her holding the severed head of President Donald Trump.
Kathy Griffin says she is in the middle of a “Hollywood blacklist” after taking the gruesome photo with a fake Trump head — and after shaving her head bald, Griffin admitted she has lost her mind.
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Now, in a bizarre YouTube video she titled, “The State of the Union”, the outspoken liberal celebrity — who has millions of dollars and multiple mansions — says she’s the most persecuted woman in U.S. history.
Sure, the Salem Witch Trials saw innocent girls burned alive at the stake.
And, yes, the African slave trade cost hundreds of thousands of black women their freedom for decades.
But Kathy Griffin had to sell one of her mansions, so SHE’S the biggest victim? Spare us.
The comedian is currently on a world standup tour, but says when she returns to the U.S. she doesn’t have “one single day of paid work” scheduled, and she doesn’t want to do free shows or work small clubs. She should be able to get her life back without consequences, Griffin whines.
“I’m not booked on any talk shows. I’m selling tickets worldwide which is really hard when you don’t have any kind of a television platform and kind of nobody has your back,” Kathy complained.
In the video, Griffin also claims to have suffered trauma after bashing the president.
Griffin says the Trump photo “offended a lot of people,” but added: “This wall of crap has never fallen on any woman in the history of America like it has on me.”
Folks, this is how insane liberals have become. It’s like a competition to feel more oppressed than the next person!
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The funniest part is, Griffin actually thinks that she could be an inspiration for others.
“I still say the end goal is for younger women and younger LGBT folks or disenfranchised people of any kind can watch me survive, and with a sense of humor,” explained Griffin.
Thanks for the laugh, Kathy, but no one feels sorry for you.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.