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Kimmel Spends Inordinate Amount of Time Pondering Hannity’s Privates

Sure, the way the liberal left chooses to fight their political battles has always been a bit suspect, but it seems as though their total lack of regard for traditional American courtesy and class is exponentially worse in 2018 than it has ever been.

We can easily chalk this up to the immense triggering that occurred when Hillary Clinton went down in flames at the end of 2016’s brutally long election cycle.  According to some reports, even Hillary herself was at a loss for words, opting instead to resort to physical violence instead of conceding the contest.

The mystery of Hillary Clinton, milk-carton missing on election night, appears solved. A Tuesday of catharsis for Donald Trump voters turned into an evening of rage for Hillary Clinton. The Democratic presidential nominee, anticipating the postelection reaction of many of her supporters, began shouting profanities, banging tables, and turning objects not nailed down into projectiles.

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“Sources have told the American Spectator that on Tuesday night, after Hillary realized she had lost, she went into a rage,” R. Emmett Tyrrell reports. “Secret Service officers told at least one source that she began yelling, screaming obscenities, and pounding furniture.

She picked up objects and threw them at attendants and staff. She was in an uncontrollable rage.” The appearance of campaign manager John Podesta at Manhattan’s Javitz Center, and the dematerialization of his heretofore ubiquitous charge, perplexed in the first hours of Wednesday.

You lead from the front – a lesson that Hillary Clinton certainly could have used before setting off on this anger journey and allowing the world to follow suit.  Soon, we had despicable behavior popping up all over the place, from Kathy Griffin’s ISIS-style beheading of the President, to the unforgivable actions of radical leftist revolutionary James T. Hodgkinson.  The rules of engagement had changed on the left, and liberals everywhere were suddenly ready to get “edgy”.

Adding himself to the list of the profane and petulant progressives vying for their “badass” credentials among the millennial miscreants is Jimmy Kimmel, who was so thoroughly triggered by Sean Hannity’s lambasting of Kimmel’s racism that the late night host spent several minutes describing to his audience what Sean Hannity is allegedly sexually around by.

“Sean Hannity’s problem is that for eight years, while Obama was President, he was unable to get an erection. For eight years, not one erection. And he tried everything … he tried looking at pictures of Paul Ryan with his shirt off. Didn’t work,” Kimmel said.

But the last-place late-night host was nowhere near finished with Hannity’s erection.

“[Hannity] went to office Christmas parties with Bill O’Reilly,” Kimmel continued. “Nothing worked. But now that Trump is president, here’s the twist, Sean Hannity is unable to have anything but an erection. He’s had an erection since November of 2016. And it’s driving him mad. He’s lost his mind.”

Kimmel, who recently hosted the lowest-rated Academy Award show in history, then got all over Hannity’s “ass.”

An obviously angry Kimmel wondered, “Why is Sean Hannity openly fantasizing about clowns in the ass? Is that your thing — at two a.m. you got your laptop open to Breitbart, you sneak into the den to hump a pillow from the Ivanka Trump collection — quietly, so your wife doesn’t wake up and force you to go to church.

Where in the world did the left get the idea that this was either funny or appropriate?

No worries, however.  Sean Hannity has promised us the goods once again with a cryptic tweet aimed directly at the late night clown.

 

Time to pop some popcorn…we’re in for a late night.

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