Kathy Griffin Under Fire As She Floats Injecting Trump With A “Syringe Filled With Nothing But Air”

Kathy Griffin, TrumpWendy Williams Video Screen Shot, MSNBC Video Screen Shot

Kathy Griffin is under fire after tweeting about a possible method to “do the trick” on President Trump involving a “syringe with nothing but air inside it.”

The tweet by Griffin came in response to CNN’s Jim Acosta tweeting a quote that Trump must have said at a diabetes event.

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Acosta tweeted, “Trump at diabetes event at WH: ‘I don’t use insulin. Should I be?'”

Griffin, who got fired from CNN over a picture of her holding a knife and a bloodied replica head of Trump, replied to Acosta: “Syringe with with nothing but air inside it would do the trick.”

“F— TRUMP,” she added. See Below

Kathy Griffin’s Official Tweet

Moments later, Griffin agreed with the Washington Examiner’s notion that she is advocating “for someone to stab President Trump with a syringe full of air”, which “can be fatal” if carried out.

Griffin replied, “I SURE DID, F—ER.”

The Examiner’s Tony Leonardi then reportedly reached out to the Secret Service and Twitter about Griffin’s remarks as there were growing calls on Twitter for her apparent threat to be investigated.

Griffin appeared to be unphased by news of her being reported, as she issued the following response.

She then followed up with laughing and clapping emojis after someone called her “the beheader” in reference to the infamous image of her appearing to have decapitated the President soon after he took office.