Holy Flashback, Batman! Remember What Kathy Griffin Said When a Conservative ‘Disrespected’ Obama?? (Video)

Well, well, well….Look what we stumbled across! Amidst Kathy Griffin’s incredible display of gory disrespect for our president, Donald Trump, we remembered that one time that she went ham and cheese on Elisabeth Hasselbeck for “disrespecting” President Obama….by simply asking him a question. No seriously, its on video! No denying this one!

So now we know that she is not only incredibly dumb, but she is also a hypocrite!

On her show Griffin claims Hasselbeck’s “attitude to the president, who was a Harvard Law professor,” was not nice. She even says,  “I’m, like, take it down a notch, b****.”

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“That body language,” Griffin continued, “I don’t like that. I don’t like Jan Brewer in Arizona going like this to the president on the tarmac (and wagging his finger). I don’t like that. When I was on ‘The View,’ Barbara Walters said you respect the office.”

So what exactly did she think the body language was when she help up a bloodied mannequin head of the president?

Here we are five years later and it seems Kathy forgot to take a dose of her own medicine.

Watch for yourself:

Just for good measure, in case you forgot or just really needed a laugh today, here is the video again of Griffin crying and blaming Trump for the hole she fell into….after digging it herself! Enjoy!

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