Jimmy Kimmel is supposedly in the entertainment business. Ben Shapiro is a brilliant writer and debater. Kimmel attended a few years of college, and got an honorary degree from UNLV in 2013. Shapiro got a law degree from Harvard cum laude in 2007. This was never going to be a fair fight.
And to be fair, Kimmel didn’t know he was in a fight with Shapiro. He, like most liberals, doesn’t see conservatives as people. They are just dark shadows moving around as villains in the plot of some poorly-written Hollywood formula film. And Kimmel is the hero, or one of them, standing up for truth, justice, gun control and free healthcare for all.
Kimmel spoke from his late night pulpit in the church of Feels, not even realizing that Shapiro was about to take him apart for the very things he believes to be the only rationale for anything: that it Feels right.
Kimmel’s monologue got wide media play from the gun control-obsessed MSM; Shapiro simplly rolled the tape of Kimmel and paused intermittently to fiercely decimate Kimmel’s rant. In the end, Shapiro returned to one of his key perspectives; that judgments based on feelings rather than facts and reason are a recipe for disaster. Shapiro began: With all that said, Jimmy Kimmel finally goes off last night.
Kimmel has the distilled liberal position: conservatives are bad people who don’t care and roast kittens on a spit. https://t.co/WHxrfKky9P
— Steve Berman (@stevengberman) October 4, 2017
The results were predictable. When logic and critical thinking meet uninformed emotional heartstring arguments it usually ends this way. Kimmel thinks conservatives are bad people because conservatives disagree with him on solutions. That’s very typical of liberals, and that’s exactly what Shapiro spends most of his time exposing.
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