‘I went too far’: Kathy Griffin apologizes for posting a video of Trump’s ‘severed head’ on social media

‘I went too far’: Kathy Griffin apologizes for posting a video of Trump’s ‘severed head’ on social media, by the Daily Mail.

Kathy Griffin has apologized for posting a photo of President Trump’s severed head after furious backlash – including from Chelsea Clinton – and the Secret Service tweeted suggested she may be investigated over the stunt.

The controversial comedian tweeted ‘I am sorry. I went too far. I was wrong’ after Griffin was seen slowly raising Trump’s head during a photoshoot with infamous photographer Tyler Shields. She also posted a video promising to remove the offending image.

But the apology was not enough to stop an army of critics, both Trump supporters and Democrats from attacking Griffin on social media for the outrageous stunt.

That’s the first time anyone has established that it is possible to go too far in being anti-Trump. Even virtue-signalling has its limits.

Imagine the nuclear media explosion of media disapproval if someone had done this with Obama. But of course, no one on tv would want to do this to Obama, would they?

Any other beheadings in the news recently?

hat-tip Stephen Neil, Charles