Kathy Griffin Attacks Melania Trump – She is Not Worthy to Lick Her Boots


Kathy Griffin, who was once a long time ago a comedien, has insulted our First Lady in a most foul language diatribe so typical of modern liberals.

“F**k you, Melanie. You know damn well your husband can end this immediately…you feckless complicit piece of sh*t.”

It’s funny that Griffin would dare insult Melania like this especially considering that men have labeled her lady parts Beirut because everyone knows where they both are but no one wants to anywhere either of them.

Let’s face it, Griffin isn’t fit to lick Melania’s boots. Her attack is merely feeble attempt at becoming relevant again. She may be popular with the “Hate Trump” crpwd but one the novelty is gone, she will have to go back to touring Europe where hating a successful president is a way of life.

“NEW: Statement from @FLOTUS spokeswoman @StephGrisham45 to me regarding what’s happening to kids at our borders: ”

From The Daily Caller

“Mrs. Trump hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform,” Melania Trump’s statement said. “[The First Lady] believes we need to be a country that follows all laws, but also a country that governs with a heart.”

The comedian has gotten into hot water recently after calling fellow comedian Kevin Hart a “pussy” for not attacking President Trump during his standup routine.

Griffin’s comments are similar to those of Samantha Bee. Bee called Ivanka Trump a “feckless cunt” over the same issue last month.

If it weren’t for the fact that Griffin is such a despicable human being, I might even feel sorry for her. Fortunately she is and I can’t.

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