The only real comedy act here is the Twitter responses to Kathy Griffin’s press conference.
Daily Mail Political editor, David Martosko takes a jab at Griffin comparing her to the infamous Anthony Weiner.
That Kathy Griffin really needs to know how to quit while she’s behind, said Anthony Weiner …
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) June 2, 2017
Brian Stelter, the host of CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” suggests now that Griffin’s comedy days are over, she’s already started filming her next TV show. Considering that Stelter’s network canned Griffin, his remark is particularly stinging. Congratulations to Stelter for finally saying something mildly funny.
Serious question: is someone filming all of this for a new @KathyGriffin reality show?
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 2, 2017
Christian Schneider of USA Today doesn’t need to take to Twitter to make his case.
I have chosen not to tweet about Kathy Griffin’s press conference, as I trust you can all see for yourselves how embarrassing it is.
— Christian Schneider (@Schneider_CM) June 2, 2017
Ben White of Politico says to watch out for the latest computer virus: Griffin’s press conference.
Instituting a strict unfollow policy for people who pollute my feed with Kathy Griffin.
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) June 2, 2017
Wake Washington Examiner reporter, T. Becket Adams, when it’s over.
Is she still going?
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) June 2, 2017
Evan McMorris-Santoro of Vice News says there are more important things to worry about: the weekend.
conversely i believe it’s also possible to say something terrible, apologize, not say anything else for a while
— E McMorris-Santoro (@EvanMcS) June 2, 2017