Tweet of the Day: Kathy Griffin wants Trump to kill himself by injecting syringe full of air

Tweet of the Day: Kathy Griffin wants Trump to kill himself by injecting syringe full of air
Kathy Griffin (Image: YouTube screen grab)

Kathy Griffin, the alleged comedian who made news with a bloody facsimile of President Trump’s head, has proved yet again that liberalism is an ideology of insane bloodthirsty rage and hate. This time her death wish came in reaction to an attempted put-down of the president by CNN propagandist Jim Acosta.

The occasion for Acosta’s feeble attempt at wit was yesterday’s White House press briefing at which one reporter asked Trump if there were reasons anyone might inject insulin other than to treat diabetes. It was an odd question to ask the president, who doesn’t profess to be a health professional. He in turn turned the question over to the Surgeon General.

Hoping to turn a nothingburger into another “Trump advocates injecting bleach” moment, Acosta tweeted:

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Enter Griffin, not only to wish the president ill once again but to inject a little profanity into the situation, writing:

As Cristina Laila explained at Gateway Pundit, “Air embolisms, or air bubbles in the bloodstream, can cause potentially fatal strokes.”

So proud was Griffin of her repulsive suggestion that when the Washington Examiner tweeted the same information Laila had provided, she doubled down with an extras helping of potty mouth:

Next she tangled with Examiner Breaking News Editor Daniel Chaitin after he posted a tweet indicating that Twitter is looking into whether Griffin’s tweet violates their policies.

Kathy Griffin is in desperate need of psychiatric help. Apart from her out-of-control rage toward Donald Trump, she seems to suffer from a persecution complex and hypochondria. In 2018, she tweeted that she had been placed on a “kill list,” and earlier this year she went to the emergency room complaining of “unbearably painful” symptoms, which she assumed to be the coronavirus and summarily blamed Trump.

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