D-List Celeb Kathy Griffin Rattles Saber, Threatens Civil War for Voting Republican

Remember Kathy Griffin? The d-list comedian? She was really good in that one thing, that one time. I think. Ok, I don’t know her from anything, except her guest turns on Seinfeld where she played a grating, shrill, annoying comedian. Not really a stretch for her professionally, as watching and listening to her perform is akin to being hit in the face with a tire iron and poked in the ear holes with knitting needles.



Kathy has never been one to shy away from controversy, (in)famously posing in 2016 with the severed head of President-elect Donald Trump. She’s a pretty classy lady.

Since her career is in the toilet, her lack of any actual talent has led her to use the political route to drum up Twitter views and attempt to keep herself semi-relevant. Sadly, in today’s climate, the bad kids screaming “look at me” get most of the attention, so we get to deal with Kathy again! Joy!

Recently Griffin took to Twitter and made some rather interesting statements that would get most conservatives banned, drawn, and quartered by Twitter. Check this out from Breitbart:

On Tuesday, the anti-Trump comedian tweeted what seemed like a threat of domestic violence if Democrats don’t prevail in the midterms. “If you don’t want a Civil War, vote for Democrats in November. If you do want Civil War, vote Republican,” she wrote.

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Wow! Overdramatic there much Kathy? How can you basically threaten violence on Twitter and not get immediately bounced? What in the name of Elon Musk is going on here?

On the subject of Civil War, how about this; no one wants a Civil War! To suggest anything different is irresponsible and dangerous. How about accepting the election results? Also, need I even suggest who would be the overwhelming favorite if a Civil War were a thing? A bunch of weak-ankled, blue-hair libs would be no match for a middle school wrestling team, no less several hundred thousand good-old boys jacked up on Mountain Dew and Skoal.

Griffin’s tweet appears to be part of the left’s coordinated effort to raise the political temperature to alarming levels through deliberately provocative language.

Obviously the left, including Joe Biden, take conservatives as rubes. The inflammatory rhetoric is an intentional ploy to provoke violence from the right. If they are successful, it gives them more ammunition and talking points against conservatives. Much of what has happened since 2020, including Jan 6 has been prodded and spurred by Antifa and undercover leftists attempting to stir the pot and provoke civil unrest. They have been successful, but thankfully the right is learning the game as we go.

In a subsequent tweet Tuesday responding to Breitbart News reporter Kristina Wong, Griffin denied she was threatening violence and accused Trump supporters of being the ones who are “constantly threatening civil war.”

In 2020, she advocated for the physical assault of then-President Trump by tweeting that she wanted someone to stab the commander in chief with a “syringe with nothing but air inside,” which would be a potentially lethal act if it creates an embolism.

Kathy is such a treat. I bet she is a fun hang as well. I mean, after about 30 minutes with her I’d probably want to hang myself. Too harsh?

This woman has threatened violence toward a sitting President, attempted to incite violence with her Twitter posts, and has had almost zero repercussions. When does this stop? When will Twitter say enough?

Unfortunately, we all know the answer to that question. What we have to focus on moving forward is staying calm, balanced, and peaceful. Let the left rattle all of their sabers, we will stay calm, move forward, and vote in November. Plus, I’m unfollowing Kathy on Twitter. She’s not funny anymore!

 

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