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Even More Legal Trouble on The Horizon for Gruesome Kathy Griffin

The liberal “resistance” to President Donald J. Trump has come in a great many forms over the course of the last 9 months, but none so grotesque as the violent imagery of the radical left.

Where other Presidents were deemed above violent or threatening imagery being imposed upon them, for some reason, the American political left has chosen to ignore that once-prevelant tact when it comes to portraying Donald Trump.  This turgid and unkempt behavior is all a part of their psychological war against Trump and the conservatives that make up his supporter base.  By virtually pretending that Donald Trump isn’t worthy of Presidential respect, the left hopes to convince the nation at large that he isn’t really presidential.

Some of the most alarming bits of this horror show came to us in the spring and early summer of 2017.  Musical artists such as Snoop Dogg and Moby both alluded to Trump’s death in music videos, actor Johnny Depp made an offhand “joke” about an actor assassinating the President, and CNN’s Kathy Griffin participated in a photo shoot in which she was seen to be holding a realistic facsimile of Donald Trump’s severed head.

This rapid rhetorical escalation was likely an influence on fringe progressives such as James T. Hodgkinson, who then brought violence and bloodshed directly to the republican party in a shooting spree at a congressional baseball practice.

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Now, Kathy Griffin’s career is demonstrably over thanks to her shameless publicity stunt, but that hasn’t stopped the self-proclaimed D-list celebrity from finding herself in more legal hot water.

“Kathy Griffin’s ongoing feud with her neighbor is just heating up.

“The comedian’s neighbor who just came under fire for his verbal tirade against Griffin has filed a restraining order against her claiming she and her boyfriend spy on him and his family.

“Jeffrey Mezger, the CEO of KB Home and Griffin’s neighbor, filed for the restraining order Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif., and a hearing on the accusation was slated for next Tuesday, People reported.

“Griffin filed her own restraining order against Mezger two weeks ago after the comedian and her neighbor got into an altercation. Griffin’s boyfriend, Randy Bick, called in a noise complaint on Mezger.

“Mezger claimed Griffin and Bick have been recording and filming conversations he has had on his property for more than a year, the restraining order filing stated.

“’Ms. Griffin (and/or cohabitant Randy Bick) has admitted to making audio (and video) recordings of private conversations on my property over the past 15 months. In addition, Griffin (and/or Bick) have aimed an outdoor video-recording device at areas including a Jacuzzi where my young grandchildren sometimes play,’ he says along with a photo of the specific outdoor camera, the order stated.”

Griffin has been blackballed from the mainstream media due to her outrageous beheading stunt and subsequently poor attempts to apologize.

Now, her newly reported behavior will certainly have some wondering how mentally fit the former E! News host could possibly be.  Furthermore, should Griffin and her colleagues continue the virtual eviscerations of President Trump, how much more violence will their flights of fancy beget?

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