Former comedian, Kathy Griffin, who lost her career when she held up a bloody and decapitated head of President Trump for the cameras, can’t stop whining about not being about to get a job in her field.
Last week, Griffin appeared on the local KTLA where she whined to the hosts about not being able to find a job in comedy. “By the way, I still do not have one single day of paid work ahead of me for the rest of my life. Now you tell me that’s not because I’m a 58-year-old woman in comedy,” Griffin whined. She attempted to plug a movie she’s involved with but was interrupted by 9-time Emmy Award-winning, KTLA weatherman Mark Kriski, who bravely called her out on her false claim.
“I think there’s a lot of 58-year-old comedians that are working out there,” Kriski told Griffin from the opposite end of the set.
An agitated Griffin shot back, “Are ya?—Name five women…”
Kriski responded, “Uh, I’m not into the comedy thing.”
Griffin, who does not like to be challenged, rudely accused the KTLA weatherman who’s been with the station for years of being “The new guy.”
“I’m not the new guy,” Kriski quickly responded.
Griffin again, attempted to blame men for the demise of her career, saying, “The point is, it’s a male-dominated world, which, uh…I don’t really wanna hear your take on it.”
Once again, Kriski interrupted, as he attempted to tell the comedian they frequently interview other comedians on their show who don’t have the same issue. “We’ve got guests on here every day,” he told Griffin, who quickly admonished him, saying, “That’s okay, but you should know your stats, though.”
Griffin continued to berate the KTLA weatherman, saying, “Working in a male-dominated field is something where I deal with that kind of thing every day. So, I spend most of my day trying to talk to older white guys every day, and explain I just wanna do what I do.”
Every once in a while, Momma has to get a little savage. pic.twitter.com/ur0CaVvtuu
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) October 23, 2019
Mark Kriski has been with KTLA Morning News for more than two decades. The award-winning weatherman has also been called the “funniest weatherman in Los Angeles.” It’s been a long time since anyone’s referred to Kathy Griffin as “funny.”
The award-winning KTLA weatherman Mark Kriski was correct when he called out Griffin for misleading their viewers.
Here are 4 top female comedians who didn’t destroy their careers over their hatred for President Trump:
Ellen Degeneres, arguably the funniest woman in America, was born on January 26, 1958. She is 61 years old. She recently came under fire by the left for daring to be seated next to former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura. Degeneres was praised for her response to critics. Degeneres’ message to her fans and detractors has been viewed 21 million times on Twitter.
Kathy Griffin has a lot to learn about how America’s top female comedian handled the manufactured outrage from the left.
Yes, that was me at the Cowboys game with George W. Bush over the weekend. Here’s the whole story. pic.twitter.com/AYiwY5gTIS
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 8, 2019
The very popular female comedian, Sheryl Underwood, was born on October 28, 1963, and is 56 years old. Here she is accepting a “Neighborhood Award” sponsored by Ford Motor Company.
Wanda Sykes, a 55-year-old female comedian, and writer for multiple sitcoms, including the former Roseanne Show, the Drew Carey show, the Chris Rock Show and her own Wanda at Large show, was born on March 7, 1964. In 2004, Sykes was named one of the 25 funniest people in America by Entertainment Weekly.
The popular 52-year-old female comedian, Sommore, isn’t having any trouble getting a job. Here is an example of her stand up comedy. On her website, Sommore has dozens of shows scheduled through May 2020.
Kathy Griffin was slammed for her “rude” behavior