Warning: Lewd language.
I hope every woman who voted for President Obama because of the Right's alleged "war on women" got to see Kathy Griffin's performance on CNN on New Year's Eve.
In a new low for CNN (though perhaps not for Griffin), the comedienne gave Anderson Cooper a kiss on his crotch on live international television.
Even if he weren't gay, Cooper's response was exactly what you'd expect, like that of a man whose personal business was being attacked by a piranha or one of the creatures from "Aliens."
Memo to all women who voted Obama: Remember during the recent campaign when the Left had women dressing as genitalia and talking about the glories of late-term abortions, and we conservatives pointed out that liberals were the ones waging a real "war on women" because they wanted women to behave like prostitutes?
Meet your role model, Kathy Griffin.
Griffin clearly had something on what passes for her mind throughout the broadcast. The first sign of trouble was when, out of the blue, she told Cooper, "I'm going to tickle your sack. You can say sack. That's not bad."
Cooper played naive and pretended he thought Griffin was making a Santa Claus reference: "I don't know what you're talking about. I have no sack of gifts here."
Griffin then evidently began making some obscene gestures and asked the camera operator to pan lower so the audience could see them. Cooper tried again to get the conversation back to a PG level by referring to a sack of gifts, to which Griffin said, "You’re calling your privates your Christmas presents? ... That’s typical hot guy. 'Let’s open up the Christmas presents.'"
By the time midnight rolled around, Griffin apparently had decided she was going to celebrate the victories of feminism no matter what. When Cooper did a brief segment on how residents of Eastport, Maine, have a New Year's tradition of kissing a statue of a sardine, all bets were off.
Griffin took a dive right on camera, prompting a nervous Cooper to ask, "Did you drop something?"
"No, I was kissing your sardine," Griffin replied.
I'll spare you the rest of the gory details, but Cooper tried to pull her to her feet, and Griffin tried to get back down on her knees -- twice -- explaining fairly graphically what she intended to do before CNN finally cut to another anchor.
Griffin's behavior, sadly, isn't surprising. She was one of the celebrities who was very visible during the campaign talking about women's rights and how evil Republicans were going to stop women from killing the babies that would inevitably occur because the government wouldn't pay for condoms.
She has a long history of lewd and disrespectful behavior, yet she keeps getting invited back to all the liberal shows. She was on again with Cooper the very next day, joking about how naughty the two of them had been on New Year's Eve. I wouldn't be surprised if she didn't crop up on "The View" in the next few days to tell the girls all about what her assault on Cooper was like.
And that's another thing. The Left pretends that men are always the aggressors toward women, yet here is one of the Left's prima donnas literally attacking a man on live television. Even for men who aren't gay, that would be creepy and alarming.
But this is what liberalism wants women to be: predators who exist for the purposes of having sex without consequences or social condemnation.
Women's liberation began in part because women were ashamed when men treated them as sex objects. Now, feminism has liberated women from men and morality in order to make them ... proud of being prostitutes.
Yeah, you've come a long way, baby.