Last week we learned a very important lesson. (Yes, before I even begin, I’m going to stress that my comments are tinged with sarcasm.) Kathy Griffin was our teacher. And the lesson was: You attack someone, do something that causes widespread condemnation, issue an apology and then take on the role of victim.
As we know with Griffin she broke down during a press conference, blaming Donald Trump for bullying her after she was slammed for posing in a photo holding a fake, severed, bloodied head of the president. Now it’s Josh Duggar’s turn to play the role of victim.