Jimmy Kimmel Unveils Satirical Ad: Trump Is 'Validating Nazis,' 'Sucking up to Dictators'

NewsBusters | 11/29/2019 | Staff
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As he delivered his opening monologue Tuesday night, left-wing activist and late-night “comedian” Jimmy Kimmel took plenty of shots at President Trump. While he portrayed the President as a dim-witted criminal throughout the entire monologue, he surely took the most pride in the satirical Trump Wines ad he put together accusing Trump of “sucking up to dictators, validating Nazis” and “tearing the fabric of our democracy apart.”

At the very beginning of the monologue, Kimmel managed to tell jokes that did not involve trashing the President. That changed when he put up a national weather map showing the Thanksgiving Day forecast. Since the map demonstrated the weather on one of the busiest travel days of the year was “not good,” Kimmel suggested that Trump should “use his magic weather sharpie to scribble out the storms and…draw some sun in there?

Reference - Sharpiegate - Scandal - Jabs - Commander-in-Chief

The reference to the “Sharpiegate” scandal marked the first of many jabs at the Commander-in-Chief; which continued when Kimmel described Trump as “yam-headed” before playing footage of his turkey pardons. After the video clips concluded, Kimmel argued: “those turkeys should be pardoning him, by the way, not the other way around.” Not surprisingly, Kimmel’s depiction of the President caused his audience to erupt into cheers and applause.

Later, Kimmel complained that “50 percent of Americans are still on the fence” when it comes to impeachment, asking “how is that possible?” According to Kimmel, “there’s not a single person involved in this, not in Congress, the White House, the media, who doesn’t know Trump shook down Ukraine for political dirt.”

End - Rant - Opening - Monologue - Comedy

Towards the end of his anti-Trump rant masquerading as an opening monologue on a late-night comedy show, Kimmel mocked Eric Trump for promoting Trump wines during the impeachment hearings: “what most families might see as humiliation, they see as a marketing opportunity.” At this point,...
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