Jimmy Kimmel has been steadily relying on the current trending toward “social justice” in order to maintain what feeble late night audience he has managed to gather.
With the wit of Stephen Colbert or the genre-bending talent of the musically inclined Jimmy Fallon, Kimmel has been forced to count on busybody millennials to sell advertising during his late night stint. His emotional monologue tirades regarding healthcare, Russia, and gun control have incensed a large portion of the American populace, and his ratings have taken an enormous hit as a result.
Those still tuning in have noticed glaring absence in Kimmel’s diatribes as of late: There has been no mention of notorious Hollywood pervert Harvey Weinstein, whom allegations against have been running rampant over the course of the last week.
When pressed on the issue as to why Kimmel, a Hollywood B-lister with fame-mongering ties to Sarah Silverman and others, hasn’t taken up the crusade against the filthy vermin at the center of Tinseltown’s latest controversy, the “comedian” had a tepid response.
“In an interview with Good Morning America’s Amy Robach, Kimmel discussed his ABC show’s apparent lack of Weinstein jokes. The Miramax co-founder is currently embroiled in a sexual assault scandal, as Breitbart News has extensively reported.
“’First of all, the Harvey Weinstein thing, people like this false equivalence of that’s somehow equivalent to what happened in Las Vegas,’ he said.
“Kimmel continued by saying Weinstein was ‘not a friend’ of his and that he is ‘not in the movie business,’ despite having close relationships with Hollywood’s biggest stars, who have close ties to Weinstein.
“’And I’ll add that that story came out like I think moments before we went to tape on Thursday and we didn’t have a show on Friday,’ Kimmel said.
The late night host then went on to say one of the more hypocritical things we’ve heard in some time.
“’They’re saying that I’m calling myself the moral conscience of America, which I most certainly never did and most certainly never would,’ he added.”
Kimmel has certainly been working overtime in order to solidify his status as one of America’s most ardent social justice warriors, relying on a millennial morality that has made him the bane of conservative America. For the network clown to claim otherwise is wholly asinine.