Does their hate for this president keep them going?
Leftist comedian and actress Kathy Griffin — who famously collapsed her entertainment career when she held up a fake, bloodied likeness of President Donald Trump’s head in an ill-imagined photo stunt — is now vowing support for the four progressive congresswomen known as the “squad.” 
She wrote in a tweet recently, “Hey #thesquad. This white lady is with you all the way.”
“This is a problem white have to take care of,” she continued.
“It is our job and we know we have to do it,” she added oddly.
“We will not let you down because you have to deal with this #RacistPresident.”
Hey #thesquad . This white lady is with you all the way. This is a problem white people have to take care of. It is our job and we know we have to do it. We will not let you down because you have to deal with this #RacistPresident 
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) July 15, 2019 
This is the same individual, of course, who spent much of the last three or more years launching countless anti-Trump missiles on her Twitter feed  and elsewhere.
As one person wrote on Twitter about her, “Who is Kathy Griffin? She important for some reason?”
Griffin, as many people know, was one of the many celebrities who vowed to leave this country if Donald Trump were elected president.
Clearly, she has not yet left.
Some of the people who still haven’t left the U.S. after promising to if President Trump were elected:
– Bryan Cranston
– Rosie O’Donnell
– Lena Dunham
– Miley Cyrus
– Chelsea Handler
– Kathy Griffon
– Whoopi Goldberg
– George Lopez
Why haven’t they left yet? 🤣
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) July 15, 2019 
Last November, Griffin managed to receive the Comedian of the Year Award at the Palm Springs Comedy Festival. 
Those in charge said they were bestowing the honor upon her partly for her “comeback” after her infamous photo and video stunt with a mock beheaded likeness of the president.
To see how Griffin took back her then-tearful apology to Trump and his family for what she did, check out the video below: