3. Jayden Smith: Being quirky is cool. Being a weirdo is not. You're the not. Go away.
2. Former Denver sports writer Terry Frei who tweeted that he was uncomfortable that a Japanese man won the Indy 500. Well, we're uncomfortable that you're breathing our good air.
Now, let's get down to business. I admit it; I've never been a huge fan of this broad. But, I did find her stand up act a few years ago slightly amusing. Then, this. Kathy decided to do a photo shoot with an extremely realistic, bloodied, decapitated head of President Trump. Hilarious! So funny, in fact, that his 11-year-old son shouted out for his mother because when he saw the photo, he thought it was real.
Interestingly enough, people on both sides of the political pendulum were disgusted. Kathy was stunned. She had no idea this would happen. So, she made a public apology. And quite frankly, her apology is straight-up bullsh*t:
"I'm a comic. I cross the line. I move the line, then I cross it. I went way too far. The image is too disturbing. I understand how it offends people. It wasn't funny. I get it. I beg your forgiveness. I went too far. I made a mistake and I was wrong."
1. You're not sorry. There was nothing heartfelt about it. You did it to do it. And that may be part of your plan. See #2.
2. You intended this outcome. You hired a known controversial photographer (Tyler Shields). You knew exactly what that photo would do. Were you feeling the need for attention? Regardless of your intent, you've earned everything coming your way. This wasn't a "mistake" as you claim. It was calculated.
3. MOST IMPORTANTLY: we live in a world where people hate us. Those that are not radicalized terrorists don't see us as human. We are the enemy. No amount of love will change a philosophy and such a deep, deep hatred. Plus, many Americans have been beheaded. Are you saying this is acceptable?
For those crying "censorship", get over it. She was never censored. She said what she wanted to-- which is the beauty of the country we live in. BUT there are consequences. I know, many people don't realize that there are actual consequences nor do they suffer any, so they spew.
And for the record: threatening the President of United States is a Class E felony under United States Code Title 18. In part: knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making 'any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States"-- including presidential candidates and former presidents.
This is not a First Amendment issue. You have freedom of speech... see above.
No matter your political view, the office of the presidency should be respected. You may not agree with the person holding that office, but if we call for the assassination of our leader (whether in jest or not) it weakens our nation. It weakens our own self, and makes us look like a bunch of childish, petty, whiny assh*les. Awesome.
And to add insult to injury-- you went for the low-hanging fruit. It's easy to make fun of this presidency. How about generic political jokes we all can laugh at? Or even better-- write some original material!