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BREAKING: Reports REVEAL Secret Service OPENED Investigation Into Kathy Griffin ‘Beheading’ Photo

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Well Kathy Griffin…apology, NOT ACCEPTED.

I predict this will be a watershed moment for the Left. People are REALLY upset about this. Completely unhinged. OF COURSE- they absolutely MUST open a case. That photo is an open-ended declaration of allegiance, accommodation, and acceptance of terrorism as means of assassination behind a façade of “artistic license”.

She KNEW it was WRONG; even stated, quote, “We have to move to Mexico today, because we’re going to go to prison”. A bit OBVIOUS on the “willful intent”, no?

Worse still, it’s no exaggeration whatsoever to say she legitimized ISIS terror tactics. Stoic death gaze and all, just like those 8 year old boys you see in ISIS propaganda videos. An American did this…what does that say to the world?

SO NOW…Look what is happening!

Yesterday as we all probably know, she sent out into the internet a picture of her holding up a bloodied severed fake Trump head that looked to be decapitated.

That action of hers is now subject to a United States Secret Service investigation.
TMZ was informed by Law enforcement sources that the Secret Service has launched an investigation into “the circumstances surrounding the photo shoot.”

She is so busted…

On Tuesday when the photo went viral, the federal agency took to Twitter and looked to acknowledge Griffin’s photo. A photo that by then had already been messaged directly to the Secret Service by several social media users.

“On it! @SecretService has a robust protective intelligence division that monitors open source reporting & social media to evaluate threats,” the agency tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

“Threats made against @SecretService protectees receive the highest priority of all of our investigations. #ProtectionNeverRests,” the Secret Service tweeted an hour later.

By Tuesday evening, the Secret Service had issued a longer statement — which did not mention Griffin or her horrific photo.

“The U.S. Secret Service has a critical mission. It is always unfortunate when people make statements that could be perceived as threats,” the statement read, according to ABC News. “We don’t have the luxury of knowing a person’s intent. Each alleged or perceived threat has to be investigated thoroughly which taxes Secret Service manpower and resources that could be utilized elsewhere.”

Backlash toward Griffin came swiftly, with many social media users calling for a boycott of Griffin’s cross-country comedy tour.

The fallout prompted CNN, the network where Griffin has co-hosted a live New Year’s Eve broadcast since 2007, to begin reconsidering the comedian’s role at the network.

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper also distanced himself from Griffin, tweeting Tuesday “For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in. It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate.”

President Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that Griffin “should be ashamed of herself” and that her photo had been difficult for his children, including his 11-year-old son, Barron.

Griffin had initially defended the photo, writing on Twitter that she does “not condone ANY violence” but was “merely mocking the Mocker in Chief.” But the statement did little to quell the near-universal criticism, which prompted Griffin to issue a video apology.

“I sincerely apologize. I am just now seeing the reaction of these images,” the My Life on the D-List star said in a Instagram video late Tuesday. “I ask your forgiveness. Taking down the image. Going to ask the photographer to take down the image.”

Just another D-List “comedian” desperately trying to get attention anyway they can. She is a comedian on CNN. That says it all.

Even with her faux apology, I hope Americans continue to boycott her show. Hit her where it hurts.

 

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