Disgraced Hollywood personality Kathy Griffin has no regrets over posting a shot of her proudly holding President Donald Trump’s blood soaked head, in a social medial attempt at playing Jihadi John. Even though it has made her life a living hell.
Her latest attempt to put groceries on the table is called “Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story.” It was filmed entirely on her cell phone.
“I think this is an important, historic story. The President and the Department of Justice shouldn’t make you unemployable and uninsurable.”
Griffin recently told Associated Press that people still accuse her of being a member of ISIS, but she’s not about to apologize. “You can be as offended by that photo all you want, that doesn’t bother me at all.”
“I didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way. If you take a photo like that, you didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way.”
What she did may have been legal but her fans certainly weren’t happy about it. The 58-year-old “has-been” whines that she hasn’t worked since.
That’s why she was forced to self-produce a feature film using nothing but her iPhone. “No production crew, glam squad or shooting clearances.”
Griffin explains not finding work “forced” her into “becoming a guerrilla filmmaker.”
She financed the entire thing herself and tried to peddle it around Hollywood but “nobody would even look at it.
She carried her movie poster around with her everywhere but it didn’t do a lot of good. “Look, I made it at Kinkos, Okay? I’m still on the D-list.”
Even after all the misery she’s been through she doesn’t regret a minute of it. “I just want people to know you don’t have to go down.
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You can take a few punches, but after I kick the bucket, I want somebody to go, ‘you know that crazy red head? The got her but she didn’t go down.”
Griffin has also had to shell out money for metal detectors. “There were all kinds of incidents,” she relates. “A guy came at me with a knife in Houston.”