Baseball, hot dogs and PornHub? If you ask late-night talk show host and resident blubberer Jimmy Kimmel what he thinks America is all about, this might just be his answer.
During Kimmel’s Thursday night monologue on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," he brought up the ongoing lawsuit by porn star Stormy Daniels — whose real name is Stephanie Clifford — against President Trump in an effort to drum up support for the “plaintiff.”
“So now you can give money to a porn star, just like the President of the United States,” Kimmel said.
Here's video of Kimmel's ongoing movement to prove that he's a moron:
Kimmel peddled Daniels’ online effort to raise money for her legal bills, claiming that donating to Daniels is “an act of patriotism.”
“I never thought giving money to a porn star would be considered an act of patriotism, but then again I never thought a guy who got into a Twitter war with Cher would become president,” Kimmel told the L.A. audience.
Yeah, and I never thought a jackass who used to sexually objectify women for money on a weekly basis would be a leading voice among the Left.
Okay, maybe I can see that being something the Left would allow.
According to The Hill:
Daniels was paid $130,000 by Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen just weeks before the 2016 election. She says it was intended to buy her silence about her affair with Trump, but claims the deal is invalid because Trump himself never signed it.
Cohen has acknowledged making the payment, but has said that the money came from his personal funds and were not tied to the Trump campaign.
Stay tuned, because as long as Jimmy Kimmel is on the airwaves, we’ll always have someone to laugh at, not with.