Apparently if you say “this is my new god” when talking about a golden statue or if you say “Jesus has nothing to do with my success”, it’s hate speech. Hey Bill Donohue, go fuck yourself you fucking Nazi. I’ve never seen someone as retarded as Bill Donohue on TV, he is without a doubt, the stupidest spokesperson of any group, anywhere. It’s shocking anyone actually reprints his words; they’re so bad in fact, I think I’m going to line them out.
In her speech, Griffin said that “a lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this award. I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus.”
She went on to hold up her Emmy, make an off-color remark about Christ and proclaim, “This award is my god now!”
The comedian’s remarks were condemned Monday by Catholic League President Bill Donohue, who called them a “
vulgar, in-your-face brand of hate speech.”
According to the TV academy and E!, when the four hour-plus ceremony is edited into a two-hour program, Griffin’s remarks will be shown in “an abbreviated version” in which some language may be bleeped.
The program was in production and unfinished, an E! spokeswoman said Monday.
Requests for comment were left Monday evening by phone and e-mail with Griffin’s publicist. They were not immediately returned.
The Catholic League, an anti-defamation group, called on the TV academy to “
denounce Griffin’s obscene and blasphemous comment” at Sunday’s ceremony.
The academy said Monday it had no plans to address the issue in the prime-time broadcast.
The organization may have another delicate issue to consider, this one involving an off-color fake music video that aired last December on “Saturday Night Live” and won a creative arts Emmy for best song.
Andy Samberg of “SNL” said Saturday that he had yet to be asked by the TV academy to perform the tune with Timberlake on the Fox broadcast, but he was willing. Timberlake, on a concert tour, is scheduled to be in Los Angeles next weekend.