Stormy Daniels says she is headed for the border, but first hangs out with fellow Trump basher Kathy Griffin
"You know Stormy and I had to talk about Melania when she visited my dressing room backstage in Boston," Griffin captioned a video she posted on social media
Adult star Stormy Daniels announced that she is heading to the southern border to help with the migrant crisis as soon as she can figure out "her best course of action." Her Trump-bashing lawyer Michael Avenatti is already on the illegal immigrant action on the border by reportedly representing ICE whistleblowers and detained immigrants.
Daniels wrote on Twitter on Thursday afternoon while responding to a supporter who asked her to go to the border.
“Stormy please use your platform to help Avenatti and these kids.. ! We know how much you love your child and we need to help their parents get them back”
“I am headed down in a week. Don’t worry. Just figuring out my best course of action to maximize my resources,” Daniels responded.
On Thursday, Avenatti tweeted about representing ICE whistleblowers, “We are now representing whistleblowers within ICE, outside contractors, etc. They have reached out to us to provide us with info as to what is really going on. We are going to blow this wide open and take the info to the American people so they can decide what happens next.”
The controversial attorney reaffirmed his representation of Daniels, “Here come the haters again trying to discredit me. And falsely suggesting I dropped @stormydaniels (with whom I have an excellent relationship & who I will represent to the end!). Who attacks a guy trying to help mothers and children reunite? They must feel very threatened!”
That being said, Daniels chose to first hang out with another Trump-basher Thursday night - disgraced comedian Kathy Griffin, reported The Gateway Pundit. Griffin's career went for a toss last year when she tried to gain attention holding a mock decapitated head of the president.
Daniels joined the infamous comedian backstage to discuss their mutual dislike of President Trump and First Lady Melania's Trump's jacket that has caused a liberal outrage.
Melania's jacket read "I really don't care, do u?", causing millions across the liberal universe to lose their minds. They directly attributed the slogan to an insensitive message for the children she was about to meet in Texas.
Griffin posted a video of the duo's conversation. The video was captioned: "You know Stormy and I had to talk about Melania when she visited my dressing room backstage in Boston." Moments later, Griffin posted another photo, with the pair holding up their middle fingers in a class act apparently directed at the Trump administration.
“@StormyDaniels it was an honor to have you at my Boston show tonight,” Griffin tweeted after her show Thursday night. “I support you 100%! #F---Trump.”
Later, Daniels shared the tweet, thanking the comedian. The comedian also shared a follow-up tweet featuring a photo of her hugging Daniels, captioning it: "Love this woman.”
Just after the First Lady released a statement saying she hates seeing immigrant families separated at the border, Griffin pounced on her unwarrantedly.
“F--- you, Melanie,” Griffin tweeted. “You know damn well your husband can end this immediately...you feckless complicit piece of s---.”
While dominating the conversation with Daniels, Griffin asked her: "Wouldn't you know you were in the f***ing jacket?"
"Even if she's mad at the media, wait a f***ing week. Don't do it today," she continued.
"Time and place honey," Daniels smirked, taking the moral high ground.
The comedian said that although it was Melania's staff that handed her the jacket, she would have known the lettering on it. The pornstar then jokingly suggested that it was part of a vindictive plot to bring down the president by the gay community. Daniels is seen miming someone sliding up to the First Lady and putting the controversial jacket on her.
"Somebody was like... some gay was by the plane," she said.
"I love a gay saboteur," Griffin responded.
The adult star then revealed that her fathers were gay, to which Griffin said: "Now I get it, now I see where you get your balls, your beauty and your brawn... and your brain."
That being said, Griffin, had expressed her anger at Melania's jacket earlier as well.
When images of the coat first surfaced on the internet, she wrote: "The jacket Melanie wore on the way to meeting the kids held in internment camps has 'I don't really care, do you?' written on the back."
"F**k these people and f**k anyone who says we should be polite to them or maintain decorum," she added.
Stephanie Grisham, the spokeswoman for the First Lady, told Daily Mail: "It's a jacket. There was no hidden message. After today's important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn't going to choose to focus on her wardrobe."
Having said that, President Trump clarified on Twitter that his wife's jacket was a slap to the wrist of the "fake news media."