Kathy Griffin Attacks Trump Over McCain – ‘Take His Name Out Your Mouth You Piece of…’

Kathy Griffin has to get in the middle of everything. Her mouth has basically got her blacklisted from comedy. Now she’s back to doing what she does best: running her mouth.

This time Griffin used the death of John McCain as ammo. It’s a known fact that McCain and Trump did not get along well. McCain even told Trump that he wasn’t welcome at his funeral.

Griffin took to Twitter to take a shot at Trump for paying tribute to McCain after his death. Of course Twitter didn’t flag this tweet as offensive.

Remember back in 2008 when Kathy Griffin was quoted as saying this?

“She was so famous as Governor, you know when John McCain picked her after meeting her for ten minutes. And, um, that must have been some blowjob.”

Per Breitbart:

Comedian Kathy Griffin ripped President Trump’s tribute to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) shortly after his death was announced Saturday evening, in a profanity-laced tweet.

“Take his name out of your mouth you piece of sh*t. You maligned his military service while you did everything to avoid serving. You attacked him repeatedly while you knew he was dying. And you cozied up to Putin while he did everything he could to oppose him. Fuck You,” Kathy Griffin tweeted.

She was referring to Trump’s tweet about McCain’s death, which said simply: “My deepest sympathies and respect go out to the family of Senator John McCain. Our hearts and prayers are with you!”

Griffin then retweeted others’ reactions bashing Trump.

Reasons like this are why Trump win. This is also reason why we need to get out there in November and make sure the left doesn’t gain control.

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