BREAKING: All of Kathy Griffin’s Tour Stops Just Sent Her 1 Message

June 5, 2017

BREAKING: All of Kathy Griffin’s Tour Stops Just Sent Her 1 Message griffin_0601: Randy Miramontez / Shutterstock

Kathy Griffin has lost everything — and she is getting exactly what she deserves.

No gigs, sponsors, or support

After her stunt last week where she posed for the camera and held up a bloody, severed head of president Trump, Kathy Griffin has been dropped by everyone.

The failed comedian didn’t have many gigs and sponsors to begin with, but she lost them all over the course of seven days. CNN announced last week that Griffin would no longer be co-hosting their New Year’s Eve segment with Anderson Cooper, who also happens to be one of her closest friends.

Following that, Griffin lost her only sponsor, Squatty Potty, after they issued a statement commending her vile actions:

We have acted swiftly and decisively to demonstrate our commitment to a culture of decency, civility, and tolerance.

But wait, there’s more. The Route 66 Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque announced the cancellation of Griffin’s scheduled appearance in July, adding that they cannot support the actions exhibited by Griffin.

Karma finally caught up to Griffin, who is known for her outspoken and tasteless attempts at “humor”, often targeting children: she called former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin’s son “retarded,” said she wanted to “beat down” 11-year-old Barron Trump, and of course there is her infamous ISIS-style photo where she was clutching a bloody, decapitated head of president Trump.

The D-list comedian does not have a single sponsor, show, or tour date left.

Does Griffin deserve this? 

Yes. Griffin’s actions undoubtedly warranted more than criticism, and she needed a reality check after she was able to skirt by for years unscathed. Make no mistake, Griffin isn’t sorry about what she did; she’s only sorry that she is losing everything as a result of her vile act.

It’s not hard to imagine why Griffin has been able to get away with actions like these for years, given that the left has a long tradition of applauding vicious fantasies of regicide; the 2006 Bush assassination film “Death of a President” comes to mind.

Griffin’s last gig on record was one that managed to unify anti-Trumpers and Trump supporters, which is pretty hard to do these days. Wouldn’t it be nice if all radical leftists faced a similar backlash from Americans for continually spouting vile nonsense towards the president?


Martin Walsh

Martin Walsh is a staff writer for The Conservative Institute.  He has a Master's degree from the University of Mississippi in International Relations and leads a college lecture on terrorism.