Unhinged Jimmy Kimmel: Donald Trump's Sons Should Be Put in Cages

Like most other late-night hosts on TV, the star of Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC has been relentless in his nasty, unfunny “jokes” about Donald Trump. However, the host may have finally begun running out of comments against the President since on Tuesday night, he went even further than usual by attacking two of his sons. Regarding the crisis at the border, Kimmel sneered, “If Trump really wants to put kids in cages, he should start with Eric and Donald Jr.” 

In another sign that the comedian has become a completely unhinged Democratic hack, he included verbal barbs aimed at Republican Congressman Devin Nunes, asserting that the California Republican is “the toilet paper stuck to Trump’s shoe.” 

 

 

As NewsBusters previously reported, Trump announced on Monday that Kirstjen Nielsen was stepping down as Secretary of Homeland Security, a move that resulted in many angry comments from the mainstream media about her “tumultuous tenure” in office.

Among the issues Nielsen dealt with while in the federal government was the "policy" of separating children from adults caught illegally crossing the U.S. border with Mexico, which the President blamed on his predecessor, Democrat Barack Obama.

“At this point,” Kimmel asserted: “Donald Trump has taken more kids away from their parents than Michael Jackson,” a joke that provoked gasps from the studio audience before the comedian stated: “But I’ll let him finish.”

In a video clip, Trump stated: “I’m the one that stopped it. President Obama had child separation. I’ll tell you something: Once you don’t have it, that’s why you see many more people coming. They’re coming like it’s a picnic because ‘Let’s go to Disneyland.’”

“A laugh a minute,” Kimmel responded before asserting: “Just to recap: Obama did the separations, and they were a good thing, but you stopped it. That makes sense.” “You know, if Trump really wants to put kids in cages, he should start with Eric and Donald Junior, just to see how it goes,” Kimmel said to cheers and applause from the audience.

Nevertheless, Trump wasn’t Kimmel’s only target on Tuesday night:

There’s one Republican with skin even thinner than Donald Trump’s, and that honor goes to California Congressman Devin Nunes.

If you’re not familiar with Devin Nunes, he’s basically the toilet paper stuck to Trump’s shoe.

“Last month,” the ABC host noted,” Nunes “filed a $250 million lawsuit against Twitter and a couple of Twitter accounts that were making fun of him.”

“And now, he’s taking action against his home-town newspaper, the Fresno Bee ... for $150 million because of a story that linked a company in which he is an investor to a yacht party at which the entertainment was reportedly cocaine and prostitutes,” Kimmel added.

“And in a delightful twist, as he was filing this lawsuit, as he announced it to separate himself from the cocaine and prostitutes, the hashtag #YachtCocaineProstitutes became the number one trending thing on Twitter.”

“It’s nice when we can all agree on something, isn’t it?” he asked. “Now, when I saw #YachtCocaineProstitutes on Twitter this morning, I just assumed that (Republican musician whose actual name is Robert James Ritchie) Kid Rock had a new album out.”

However, “Devin Nunes is a very angry little snowflake so do not use this hashtag when writing about it or he will sue you.”

Considering that Kimmel uses his show to campaign or Democrats, viewers shouldn’t expect anything different from the ABC host. 

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