Kathy Griffin Threatened Republican Voters with a Civil War If They Don’t Vote Democrat

Liberal celebrity Kathy Griffin tweeted a vile post suggesting Republicans would be responsible for a Civil War.

“If you don’t want a Civil War, vote for Democrats in November. If you do want Civil War, vote Republican,” she tweeted.

This is not the first time the D-list comedian made headlines for disturbing messaging.

In 2017, she posed with a severed, bloody head clearly resembling that of then-President Donald Trump. The radical liberal has had an irrational hatred for Trump and his supporters even before that..

She was faced with backlash even by some on her own side.

Surprisingly, CNN blasted the disgusting picture with a company spokesman saying, “We found what she did disgusting and offensive. We are pleased to see she has apologized and asked that the photos be taken down. We are evaluating New Year’s Eve and have made no decisions at this point.”

Despite massive outcries, Griffin had the audacity to re-tweet the same picture after the 2020 presidential election.

Both the bloody head picture and her latest Civil War threat have been left up by Twitter which is known to censor information from the right unfairly.

Obviously, Griffin making what seem like threats was not taken lightly by most Republicans.

Notable right-wing figures made their thoughts known on Twitter as well.

“This is WRONG. Crazy Hollywood Leftie threatening ‘Civil War’ if Dems don’t win. Sadly, this is today’s Left: angry, hateful & violent,” Texas senator Ted Cruz tweeted in response.

Christian author Jeremy Kappell said, “The inherent message here couldn’t be more clear. If you don’t vote Democrat, there will be war. King George III had a similar message for the colonists just prior to our Independence. Don’t be bullied by Hollywood Propagandists.”

Many users also pointed out the hypocrisy of the comedian not being banned or censored despite her threatening tweets.

Tensions are high as the midterm election draws near, and disunity between the two parties is growing. Issues such as election integrity, President Joe Biden’s disturbing comments towards Republicans, abortion laws and the border crisis are dividing the nation.

Griffin’s latest stunt to inflame the situation might foreshadow what is to come from the left if Republicans don’t take back control of the legislature in November — more intimidation.

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