From Jimmy Kimmel yelling from his home at the “racist” Trump to “shut up” to Cher condemning the President as a “LIAR & MURDERER” the following are the most obnoxious examples of celebrities spewing their hatred against Trump during the coronavirus crisis: 



There is rarely a time when Trump scorning comes to a halt on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The leftist host has continued to stoke animus towards the President throughout the coronavirus crisis, most recently on Thursday night’s “minilogue” during an interview with former Vice President and 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden. Kimmel even pushed a wacky conspiracy theory about “postponing the 2020 election.



Not even a national crisis which has shut down production of their shows has reduced the display of antipathy from two late night hosts toward President Trump. Jimmy Kimmel charged in a video recorded from home: “He now calls it the ‘Chinese virus’...because, you know, they say a great way to prevent a virus from spreading is to name it something racist.” The ABC host ranted: “I’ve really had enough of this guy. You know what? Just shut up already...”



Here is a fun riddle for you. Which is more obnoxious, a lefty late night host posturing as a politician, or a Democrat politician assuming the role of a lefty late-night host? Unfortunately, the teaser is no longer one of abstract concept but a reality, brought to life by former Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s stint as a fill in host on Thursday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.
 



In a friendly sit-down with former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Monday, Today show co-host Craig Melvin gushed that the 38-year-old former Sound Bend mayor “could run for president ten more times.” The NBC anchor went on to promote Buttigieg preparing to play late-night host, set to  fill in for Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday.



Adam Schiff is the congressman of Hollywood, and in Hollywood he can do no wrong as he wages war on President Trump. For proof, look no further than the slobbering interview granted by ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on February 24. Kimmel made the point several times that Schiff was “our local congressman,” and had an office “right down the street” on Hollywood Boulevard.



Wednesday night, Vice President Mike Pence became a target of liberals in the media, after President Trump announced he would be in charge of leading the U.S. response to the coronavirus crisis. Cable news pundits sneered that the Christian Pence was “anti-science” while late night hosts like ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel also took shots at Pence’s faith.



Peddling the very toxicity the press accuses President Trump of promoting is the indelible mark on any late-night television host. For people who shout from the rooftops for transparency, they overlook the obfuscation of facts when it benefits their fellow Democrats. Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday’s show melted down over the impeachment trial, sliming Trump as a “stupid ape” and a “bastard."



It's not surprising that ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live would think it's high-larious to make fun of Nativity scenes. On December 10, Kimmel interviewed a very rude version of the baby Jesus. The show called it "A Very Baby Brady Christmas." Which category of Americans is Kimmel mocking harder....Christians, or people who live in Boston?



Appearing as a guest on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, CNN contributor John Kasich showed off his liberal Republican credentials that make him fit in at the Cable News Network as he talked up liberal policy on issues like global warming and gun control.



As late night hosts have done since Donald Trump was elected President, comedians spent most of Tuesday evening trashing the GOP occupant of the White House and his fellow Republicans while promoting Democratic talking points as “jokes” for their liberal audiences. While the comics on NBC and ABC took shots at everyone from Georgia Republican Doug Collins to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Trevor Noah of The Daily Show on Comedy Central aimed his barbs directly at Trump.



Ever since Donald Trump won the White House in November of 2016, the networks’ late-night “comedy” hosts have been constantly criticizing the Republican official for doing everything they could possibly think of -- and making up other charges along the way. That was certainly the case on Wednesday evening, when the host of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! joked that other leaders across the world made fun of him at the NATO summit in London before claiming other people in attendance were “laughing at our ridiculous president” even though “that is our job.”