What a sad state comedian Kathy Griffin has come to in the age of Trump.
She used to have a TV show, and a decent career performing second-rate stand-up comedy.
Now she’s hawking anti-Brett Kavanaugh merchandise on Twitter.
The Daily Caller reports:
Kathy Griffin Hawks Kavanaugh Impeachment Merch On Twitter Dozens Of Times
Actress Kathy Griffin flooded Twitter with her own merchandise advocating for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s impeachment, following yet another sexual assault allegation levied against the Yale graduate.
Griffin’s merchandise includes a hat, mug, t-shirt and a koozie all stamped with “IMPEACH BRETT” on a red banner. The website also features multiple items with the words “FUCK TRUMP.”
A count done by the Daily Caller estimates Griffin solicited her merchandise over 80 times through both tweets and replies.
Take a look below:
Kathy Griffin has tweeted out the link to her Brett Kavanaugh merch several hundred times today.
A little surprised she hasn’t been flagged for spam for tweeting “admit it, my merch store has always been ahead of its time” that much.
Things can’t be this bad, can they? pic.twitter.com/oVnbfQC3Gi
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) September 15, 2019
Griffin had better be saving her pennies, because the Covington kids are coming after her for smearing and doxxing them.
Courthouse News reports:
High Schoolers Accuse Comedian Kathy Griffin of Harassment
Comedian Kathy Griffin is facing a doxing lawsuit from Kentucky high school students who appeared in a viral video confrontation with a Native American activist.
Six families and four individuals sued Griffin in Covington, Kentucky Federal Court on Monday, seeking punitive damages for privacy invasion, menacing, threatening and civil harassment.
The Covington Catholic High School students appeared at the Jan. 18 March for Life near the Lincoln Memorial in a têtê-à-têtê with Native American elder Nathan Phillips.
They claims that Griffin mobilized her 2.2 million Twitter followers after the video made worldwide news.
Time to lawyer up, Kathy.