Jimmy Kimmel has no problem with conservatives tuning out his show. To be honest, I don’t watch it and have never watched it.
But the comedian has deceived himself if he thinks he can say “I’m nobody’s moral arbiter” while continually injecting his own political views into his late-night show. He did, in fact, say that on CBS “Sunday Morning.”
He also said “If they’re so turned off by my opinion on health care and gun violence then, I don’t know, I probably wouldn’t want to have a conversation with them anyway.” There you go. Kimmel would rather stay inside his liberal bubble. As for conservatives, he simply said, “Not good riddance, but riddance.”
Maybe the NFL has something to teach Mr. Kimmel.
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel says he’s not worried about losing conservative viewers after his emotional, political monologues on health care and gun control. In fact, much of his research comes directly from Sen. Chuck Schumer’s office, and Kimmel’s monologues are filled with inaccuracies and misconceptions (and in the case of health care, rife with obvious disconnect between Kimmel’s privileged world and the law’s effect for middle- and working-class Americans).
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