Roseanne Barr Just Exposed Who Kathy Griffin REALLY Is After Her Scandalous Skeletons Come Out

Comedy Legend Roseanne Barr wasted no time in weighing in on the disgusting display published by the so-called comedian Kathy Griffin, where she is holding the head of a beheaded President Donald Trump.

Roseanne Barr who has become very politically active on social media in the past few years.  Especially after she endorsed and supported Candidate Donald Trump over Crooked Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election season. Just came out and literally B**CH slapped Kathy Griffin silly. And rightly so!

 

To make matters even worse for Griffin it’s being reported that the picture was shown on TV while 11-year-old Barron Trump and his Mother, First Lady Melania Trump were watching.  Obviously, when Barron saw the image he acted like a typical 11 years old would act.

When seeing a comedic hack like Griffin holding a severed and bloody head of his father Barron pretty much freaked out and was terrified that something had happened to him. To the point where it is being reported that the President had to call him to reassure him he was fine.

Of course, the sicko Griffin initially said this was ok because it’s art. Funny how art has no boundaries to Liberal scumbags. Unless it’s a painting depicting Muhammed. That’s wrong in their book because you know, it insults the Religion of Peace.

Roseanne Barr quickly responded on Twitter with an epic smackdown.

Roseanne cited her two grandsons of roughly the same age as Barron and made it very she wouldn’t put up with whoever did something like this to upset her own grandkids. You go Roseanne!

Newsmax Reports:

Kathy Griffin Trump Photo Toll: Investigated by Secret Service, Fired by CNN, Dissed by Melania

Comedian Kathy Griffin was fired by CNN from its annual New Year’s Eve broadcast on Wednesday after she drew strong criticism for posing in photographs holding up the likeness of a bloody, severed head resembling President Donald Trump. Now she’s being investigated by the Secret Service.

The network announced the termination after earlier criticizing the photos as “disgusting and offensive,” reported Reuters.

Griffin posted a videotaped apology on Tuesday night amid a public outcry from Republicans and Democrats alike over the images, including condemnation from Trump.

“Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself,” Trump wrote. “My children, especially my 11-year-old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this. Sick!”

“As a mother, a wife, and a human being, that photo is very disturbing. When you consider some of the atrocities happening in the world today, a photo opportunity like this is simply wrong and makes you wonder about the mental health of the person who did it,” said first lady Melania Trump in a statement.

The Secret Service, responsible for presidential security, has opened an inquiry into the posting of Griffin posing with the severed-head replica, a spokesman in Los Angeles said when asked whether the agency was looking into the incident as a potential threat on the president’s life.

“We’re aware of it and we’re investigating it,” the spokesman, George Fernandez, told Reuters. He declined to elaborate.

Griffin, 56, a two-time Emmy-winning performer known for her deliberately provocative brand of humor, has appeared since 2007 as co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve broadcast from Times Square in New York with anchor Anderson Cooper.

CNN did not make clear whether it was cutting its New Year’s Eve deal with Griffin for just the upcoming 2017 broadcast or for good.

The furor also cost Griffin a show at the Route 66 Casino Hotel outside Albuquerque, New Mexico. Management of the Laguna Pueblo tribe-operated establishment decided to cancel a one-night appearance by Griffin scheduled for July 22, a spokesman said.

Griffin apologized profusely in a video message posted to her official Twitter account late on Tuesday, saying that as a comic she routinely seeks to “cross the line” but realized in this case, “I went too far.”

“The image is too disturbing. I understand how it offends people. It wasn’t funny. I get it,” she said, adding that she was seeking to have the images taken down from social media.

“I beg for your forgiveness,” she concluded. “I made a mistake and I was wrong.”

Celebrity news website TMZ published a behind-the-scenes video on Tuesday of Griffin posing with the model head for a photo shoot. She was seen reviewing the images with photographer Tyler Shields and jokingly saying, “We have to move to Mexico today because we’re going to go to prison, federal prison.”

TMZ posted an image from the shoot on Twitter.

“This is vile and wrong,” Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, wrote on Twitter. “It is never funny to joke about killing a president.”

Trump’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., called on sponsors of Griffin to condemn the comedian.

On a personal note, I just love seeing Roseanne Barr supporting and defending Trump against the looney Hollywood elite.  She is a tv pioneering legend who set up the migration from the typical dull “Full House” type family sitcoms that flooded the airwaves during the 80’s to the realistic imperfect American family shows of today. I grew up watching her show and to this day I can never pass up the opportunity to watch the reruns which have been on TV since the show ended.

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