After Kathy Griffin made headlines earlier in the year for posing with a fake decapitated head of President Donald Trump, she recently made a video of how she has been blacklisted and unable to find any work.
In an interview with BBC’s “HARDtalk” on Sunday, she continued airing out her grievances and did not hold back from insulting Trump.
“So the outrage is faux, in my opinion, and I don’t have one single day of paid work ahead of me in my own country,” she said.
Shortly after the pictures were released, CNN let her go from its annual New Year’s Eve special, and many venues canceled Griffin’s upcoming shows.
“None of this outrage would have happened if Donald Trump didn’t get freaked out that a girl shamed him,” Griffin added. “That’s what this is about.”
When asked if she knew if she was crossing a line by posting the pictures, she said yes, but only because it’s a comedian’s job to cross lines. She also said there’s never been a president before who deserved to be shamed so much.
“I’m more of a patriot than any of those Nazi Trumps on a good day,” she said. “And yeah, I think our president’s a Nazi. I think that people should be very frightened. I think that there’s an actual Nazi — at least someone with Nazi leanings — in the White House.”
Watch the full interview below.