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Kathy Griffin uses her dead mother's Twitter account to resume war with Elon Musk after getting suspended from platform for impersonating him

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Comedian and left-wing attack dog Kathy Griffin began using her dead mother's Twitter account to continue doing battle with new Twitter owner Elon Musk after she was suspended from the social media platform Sunday for impersonating him.

"I'm back from the grave to say ... #FreeKathy ..." the account for Griffin's late mother read Sunday evening. That was followed by the following message: "Apologize in advance for all the comments you’re gonna have to read about how ugly I am, and they’re probably gonna throw you in there, too. Oh, by the way this is KG. I’m tweeting from my dead mother’s account. She would not mind."

Musk, as he is wont to do, expertly trolled Griffin, noting on Twitter that "actually, she was suspended for impersonating a comedian" — a quip that's garnered nearly 450,000 likes and counting since Sunday evening.

He wasn't done:

Griffin gets all worked up

Griffin can be a relentlessly surly soul when she's offended. We're talking about someone who accused a non-celebrity of attending the Jan. 6 riots and reported the person to the FBI — all after this everyday individual called Griffin "despicable."

So you know she's obsessed with digging into Musk with her myriad claws.

After Musk joked that Griffin was "suspended for impersonating a comedian," she got predictably fired up:

“I mean… you stole that joke, you asshole,” she wrote from her deceased mom's account. “People have been posting that joke for hours, you hack. Look, please do a better job running this company. It used to mean something. This is KG btw.”

Some other tries from Griffin:

The New York Post noted that Griffin "risks getting her mom’s account suspended too because Twitter’s 'ban evasion policy' clearly states that 'Twitter reserves the right to also permanently suspend any other account we believe the same account holder or entity may be operating in violation of our earlier suspension, regardless of when the other account was created.'"

Griffin's long line of nastiness

Back in 2017, Griffin was granted a short respite from her life on the D list after infamously posing with a fake bloody head of then-President Donald Trump during a photo shoot. She soon apologized in the wake of massive backlash, and the stunt earned her a visit from the Secret Service. Later that year, Griffin took back her apology.

As readers of TheBlaze know all too well, Griffin's nastiness is legendary:

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