Kathy Griffin thought she was being hilarious when she posted a video of her holding the bloodied head of President Donald Trump.
Not a single person applauded Griffin and her strange stunt. Even CNN’s Anderson Cooper criticized her, questioning why she thought that was a good idea.
Griffin later apologized, but it was too late by that point.
I am sorry. I went too far. I was wrong. pic.twitter.com/LBKvqf9xFB
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) May 30, 2017
Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro was less kind to Griffin and absolutely destroyed her in a recent segment.
“All right, Kathy, you now sincerely apologize,” Pirro began.
“I don’t believe you, and I’ll tell you why: The first thing that came out of your mouth when you did your apology was ‘I sincerely apologize, I’m just now seeing the reactions of these images.’”
“Not because you did it, but because ‘the reactions of these images,’” Pirro said. “That tells me that you’re more concerned about you, your career and your image than what you actually put out into the public sphere.”
Pirro is 100 percent right on this. Griffin is only apologizing because she received flack for the video. If the coverage had been positive, she would have basked in every second of it.
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