Elon Musk bans Kathy Griffin for breaking Twitter rules about impersonating people, Kathy resurfaces on her late mom's account
· Nov 7, 2022 · NottheBee.com

The Dogelord is not messing around now that he's in charge of Twitter.

On Sunday, Kathy Griffin, the unfunny comedienne who once posted a pic of her holding Donald Trump's severed head, changed her Twitter screen name to impersonate Elon Musk to mock him after he posted this:

Mess around, find out:

No more warnings. It's in the terms of service. If you abuse your blue check to impersonate someone else you're out of there.

Unless your account is clearly a real parody then you're not getting your account back. This is a zero-tolerance fraud policy and will help keep trolls and crooks off the site, especially since getting a verified account will be easier.

After removing Kathy Griffin for impersonating him, Elon had a little bit of fun at her expense.


Kathy Griffin really is one of the worst comics of all time.

Elon did show, however, that he was willing to have some compassion toward even the lowest of hacks.

But that's not the end, ladies and gentlemen.

Somehow, this story gets EVEN BETTER.

Being banned for a few hours apparently made Griffin so crazy that she logged into her deceased mother's Twitter account to continue tweeting.

Kathy Griffin is evading her ban (which, if you ask the many conservatives who have been deplatformed, is also grounds for a permanent ban).

Keep on keeping on Elon. Pay no heed to the trolls!

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