When liberal “comedian” Kathy Griffin’s gruesome “ISIS-style” mock beheading of President Donald Trump went viral Tuesday, Trump’s youngest son Barron reportedly became very upset as he believed the image was really his father, according to TMZ.
Griffin issued an apology shortly after the picture was released, stating it was just a joke that “went too far.”
Evidence has now emerged which would seem to indicate that the “joke” or “political statement” may have actually been a planned attack to purposefully traumatize Barron and the rest of the Trump family.
Chris Loesch, husband of political commentator Dana Loesch, posted statements on social media from an interview
Griffin had done in December of 2016 during which she clearly stated that she planned to go after the president’s 11-year-old son.
Warning: Her statements include some explicit language:
“Hey @kathygriffin sometimes karma takes about 6 months to develop. You were TARGETING Barron Trump! Terrible. #DanaRadio,” Loesch tweeted with a picture of the article.
The article was first published in Vulture and featured an interview with Griffin from the Equality Now Gala. Griffin declared that after Trump’s election, “Now more than ever we must absolutely go for all the absurdities (in comedy.)
“For me, that’s Trump and all things Trump,” she continued. “It’s not about trying to be an equal-opportunity offender anymore because Hillary got such a beat down. It’s his turn.”
“So I’m happy to deliver beat down to Donald Trump — and also to Barron,” Griffin added. “You know a lot of comics are going to go hard for Donald, my edge is that I’ll go direct for Barron. I’m going to get in ahead of the game.”
Apparently, getting “ahead of the game” involves emulating murderous jihadists to outrage most of the country and frighten young children — while also decapitating one’s own career at the same time.
Griffin can make whatever excuse she wants about jokes gone too far, cry sexism or scream “bully,” but the evidence is clear that her atrocious PR stunt was deliberately intended to provoke the response she received.
She stated six months ago that she intended to target Barron — again, a child — proving that she is simply a hateful person intentionally trying to cause other people harm.