By: K. Walker
ClashDaily Associate Editor
Kathy Griffin’s feud with her Trump-supporting neighbor was so bad that she literally built a wall. Irony noted.
Aren’t the anti-Trump crowd supposed to be against walls and borders?
What happened to tolerance and acceptance?
Griffin has been in legal disputes with her neighbor, KB Homes CEO Jeffery Mezger. They’ve both gone so far as to have filed restraining orders against each other.
The conflict escalated after Kathy Griffin’s parody ISIS beheading video with a model of President Trump’s head. Griffin claims that her neighbor has been yelling obscenities at her.
She revealed the nasty nature of the conflict as well as showing off a portion of the ‘wall’ when giving a tour of her $10.5 M Bel Air mansion to a popular YouTuber, Shane Dawson.
Kathy Griffin has revealed that she built a special wall to separate her sprawling California mansion from her neighbor’s home, after he began screaming insults over to her in the wake of her controversial decapitated Trump picture.
The comedienne, 57, explained the story behind the architectural upgrade while giving a tour of her lavish $10.5 million home to YouTube star Shane Dawson, 30, his mother Teresa Yaw, 59, his boyfriend Ryland Adams, 27, and several of his friends.
‘I have a neighbor on this side and for some reason, ever since my Trump picture, he stands there and screams “Hey you f*****g d**e, you f*****g c**t,”‘ she said.
‘We kind of built, like a little… As Trump would say, we built a wall. I’m not a Trump supporter, but we built a wall.’
Griffin doesn’t name her neighbor in the video, but it’s pretty obvious who it is.
Watch for the ‘wall’ blather at around the 30-minute mark:
In January this year, Kathy and Jeffrey faced off in a Los Angeles court after each filing a restraining order against each other.
Kathy told a judge that Kim and Kanye West were better neighbors than Jeffrey and his wife, and that she never had any problem with them, The Blast wrote at the time.
The two tried to reach a settlement in court but couldn’t agree.
Last week, Jeffrey and his wife filed a lawsuit against Kathy and Randy, claiming that the pair illegally took audio and video recordings of their own backyard, The Blast reported.
She also spoke about the Trump video controversy and the aftermath.
She and Shane then took time to talk about the ‘Trump thing’ away from the group in one of Kathy’s bedroom, allowing the comedienne to discuss the controversy openly.
‘That moment was very public,’ she said. ‘The whole country turned on me, and I mean left, right, and center. So I mean I had friends, people I had known for a long time, tweeting “Go away, you’re horrible, you’re disgusting.”‘
Kathy explained she decided to apologize after Rosie O’Donnell said the image reminded people of ISIS imagery, adding: ‘I was an absolute wreck.’
Source: Daily Mail
She was a wreck.
This whole thing with Kathy Griffin just goes to show you that Leftists stick to their convictions until it becomes inconvenient.
The difference between the left and the right is perfectly contrasted with foul-mouthed, offensive Kathy Griffin, and the classy First Lady that is working to stop cyberbullying.
Can you find a better example of polar opposites than these two?
The “resist” crowd loathes her. Patriots love her.
But love her or hate her, she’s Making America Classy Again.
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