In the past month liberal journalists have blamed “domestic terrorist” enabling Republicans for the Parkland, Florida school shooting tragedy, depicted Donald Trump as an “ethnic cleansing” “dictator” and decried Fox News as a “racist outfit” that is a “noxious stain on American society.” On the other hand, the media fell in love with North Korea’s “first sister” of Kim Jong-un as they contrasted the Winter Olympics appearance of the “prim” “political princess” against “bully” Mike Pence.


Comedian turned left-wing activist Jimmy Kimmel had his barbs ready for Trump and the GOP on his Thursday evening show, after the horrific school shooting on February 14. As he has done previously on healthcare and guns, Kimmel went on a highly partisan, fake-news-filled rant blaming them for not “acting” when these tragedies occur, even slamming Trump as “mentally ill” for not giving in to the left’s demands for gun control.


Saturday afternoon, Christian Toto at NewsBusters chronicled how Jimmy Kimmel has gone from being an "aw, shucks" comedian to "a hard-left comic" who believes (Kimmel's words) that "every talk show host is a liberal ... because it requires a level of intelligence." That sad, ignorant transformation was on display Friday night, as Kimmel attempted and failed to make a genuine point in a restaurant skit which intended to ridicule a Bakersfield, California bakery which refuses to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples.


Remember Jimmy Kimmel? Most of us don’t. Not anymore. He’s unrecognizable in his current form, a hard-left comic with little empathy for those who lean to the right. That’s roughly half the country.


Late night ABC host Jimmy Kimmel touted his own intelligence and the need for comedians to be political activists during a friendly interview with liberal podcast hosts Crooked Media before a live audience this past weekend in Hollywood.


Following President Trump’s State of the Union address January 30, ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel brought on his special guest, porn star Stormy Daniels, who accused the president of having an affair with her years ago. But before that, Kimmel decided to play the moral arbiter of our time yet again, with an over-the-top sob segment on DACA, intended to make Trump voters and conservatives look like narrow-minded monsters.


From carefully planned interviews to actual protests, Hollywood is doing its very best to thwart President Trump’s State of the Union speech.

Wealthy, over-privileged actors and actresses have decided to give what they think is a more accurate depiction of the state of the union. Mark Ruffalo, organizing a “star-studded counter-event”, told People Magazine that his protest would be “a better reflection of our state of the union based on a more populist point of view, based on the people’s point of view.”


Efforts by President Donald Trump and Republicans to secure the border and let Americans keep more of their money sent the liberal media into hysterics over the past month. On MSNBC, the President was called a “white supremacist” who was a “danger to non-white people” for wanting to tighten immigration enforcement. The following is a collection of the most heinous outbursts from liberal journalists and celebrities over the past month.


The entertainment world has readied the battlefield for the resistance with scripted and unscripted shows.


Jimmy Kimmel is “sensible and decent.” That’s the conclusion Michael Paterniti of GQ had in an article following Kimmel as he made the decision to use his infant son as a political weapon on his show. Paterniti raved, “In doing so, he’s emerged as something like the most sane and rational voice in an increasingly insane and irrational America.”

 


On Thursday night, ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel continued his new role as a senior propagandist for the Democratic Party, this time accusing the President of being a racist.


Actress Meryl Streep appeared as guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday evening, where she talked with the late-night talk show host about her new political drama, The Post, about the Washington paper’s involvement in publishing classified government documents about the Vietnam War.