Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Carrey Defend Kathy Griffin – VIDEO

More of the left just not getting it. As you are surely aware, just last week Kathy Griffin held Donald Trump’s severed head in a photo. The joke fell flat on its face. In the time since there has been outrage at the comedian. She has lost a number of her jobs and all of her shows have been cancelled. It must be said that a good portion of the left is aware that this was a despicable move. Most of them them are able to realize that she is a disgusting human and that holding a severed head of the president is not a good idea. That said, some are cool with what she did. Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Carrey defend Kathy Griffin in this video.

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Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Carrey Defend Kathy Griffin

“Yes, it was another bad joke. Every comedian tells bad jokes,” Seinfeld said to People in an interview that was published Tuesday. “We all do it. That’s how we find the good jokes. So someone told a bad joke — so what, I don’t understand the big deal.”

Right, Jerry. No big deal. Any of us could hold a severed head of President Trump in a photo. It’s an easy mistake that could have happened to any of us!

WRONG, Jerry. How can you be so out of touch. Let’s be real for a minute. There are some people who think the severed head is not a huge deal. However, there are many, many more that know this was extremely distasteful and vile. No matter where you stand with President Trump, you have to remember he is a father. He is someone’s husband. It is completely idiotic to think it is ok to post photos like this and assume it was no big deal. Sure, she was playing to her audience (the left) but come on!

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