Hollyweird Actress Kathy Griffin still complains to this day that Trump ruined her career. Career feels like a strong word for what she had going on when it comes to Hollywood. But she still feels she was right to make the tasteless photoshoot, where she was holding a fake severed head that resembled the president.
“You can be as offended by that photo all you want, that doesn’t bother me at all. But I want people to know I didn’t break the law. If you take a photo like that, you didn’t break the law. I didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way. If you take a photo like that, you didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way.”’
Despite struggling with employment she decided to make a film anyway.
“The problem was no one wanted anything to do with her. So, she picked up her iPhone and began filming. There’s no glam, no production crew — not even microphones. Griffin says she just knew she needed to capture what was happening in the moment and to keep it real.”
“I kept saying, ‘I think this is an important, historic story,’” Griffin told The Associated Press. “The President and the Department of Justice shouldn’t make you unemployable and uninsurable.”
“I just want people to know you don’t have to go down. You can take a few punches, but after I kick the bucket, I want somebody to go, ‘You know that crazy red head? They got her but she didn’t go down.’”
Her film so far has done ok. It was viewed at the South by Southwest Film Festival where it was picked up. Now 700 theaters will be showcasing the angry redhead that ruined her career because of her hate for the president.
She doesn’t get it. She went overboard. If it was just some typical Trump-hate, Liberals would have been all over her. But she went extreme depicting a beheaded Trump and it was gruesome. She should have just apologized, but it’s clear she still doesn’t know any better.