Where's the Comedy? Jimmy Kimmel Says Trump Supporters, Lockdown Protesters 'Might be Suicidal' For Their Beliefs

Nick Kangadis | April 21, 2020
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Jimmy Kimmel is a clown, and I don't mean in the funny way. No, I'm referring more to the clown from "It." A clown that still has all the makeup, but without any entertainment value. When every joke is about President Donald Trump, they cease being funny. Mix it up a little. Well, Kimmel did. But this time he focused his comedy-less aim at Trump supporters.

During his latest Trump contrarian monologue on Monday evening's edition of "Poor Jimmy's Locked Down in a Mansion" - yes, I made that up (remember Kimmel can't write jokes) - the 52-year-old late-night host called out lockdown protesters for, basically, trying to kill everyone. Kimmel also said that because people are protesting stay-at-home orders in some states, that means that Trump supporters "might be suicidal." 

Here's part of what Kimmel said:

I get that people need to go back to work, I do. But the point of ‘stay-at-home’ is to get a lid on this, so we can get back to work and then stay at work. I’m starting to think that these characters who support Trump might be suicidal. They seem to fight hardest for the things that will kill them.

They want the freedom to gather in large groups during an epidemic. They want guns. They want pollution. I figured it out: They want to die and they’re taking us down with them.

Did you get all that? So, being a "stay-at-home" protester means you're a Trump supporter. And in the few sentences above, more than once, Kimmel called Trump supporters "suicidal." 

Kimmel can get away with that in the eyes of the leftist media who promote his work because he'll say that he said "might be." But then a few sentences later, Kimmel said that Trump supporters not only "want to die," but they don't care if they take non-Trump supporters with them.

So now Trump supporters are seemingly akin to suicide bombers in the eyes of Kimmel and the rest of the Hollywood communistic cult, which he speaks for nightly as a host who is basically a walking commercial for Chinese government approved movies

For Kimmel's full Monday evening monologue, watch below:


H/T: Breitbart

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