Remember Kathy Griffin and her disgusting “joke” about President Donald Trump? Well, that was not even a joke. The comedian posted with the bloody head of President Trump and later offered an apology. A fake one, of course. This time Martin Shkreli did something full of hate and he was immediately sent to jail. A federal court ruled Shkreli a “danger to society,” and it all happened after the criminal made a sick offer. Hillary Clinton was his target, and he offered $5,000 per strand of her hair.
Many people believed that Kathy Griffin would have the same destiny because her “joke” was the worst of them all. Griffin literally disgusted the Trump family. Should we even mention that the President’s youngest son, Barron, thought that something bad had happened to his father?
Although Griffin offered an apology, she also said that the Trumps have turned her life into chaos. Well, that’s not how we’d describe the incident.
Was Griffin supposed to offer thousands of dollars for hurting President Trump? Is that the only way to get her in prison?
Shkreli tried to pull his posts towards the fun side, and claimed that his statuses were actually an “awkward attempt at humor or satire.” But, it seems like Hillary Clinton is considered a more important person, and everyone who threatens her goes to jail. What most people forget is the fact that Hillary Clinton is actually a corrupted criminal. However, that doesn’t give anyone the right to hurt her.
Criminals like Hillary Clinton should be put behind bars. Harming or threatening them is not the right way to bring out justice. Guess what happened to Shkreli…
Brooklyn federal court judge Kiyo Matsumoto revoked his $5 million bonds, and the Big Pharma character was sent straight to jail. Although he deleted his posts, his threat put him behind bars.
One thing stands for sure. You can’t go on the Internet and offer money to have someone killed even if it’s Hillary Clinton.
What do you think about this? Do you think that everyone who tries to hurt Hillary Clinton will have the same faith? Don’t you think that the law should apply to everyone who threatens people?