Well known liberal celebrity Sean Penn appeared on a live, post-debate episode of Jimmy Kimmel to lecture Americans on their choice for 2020. The actor condescended, “If people truly want to vote against their own interests, [Trump will] be the president of the United States again.” 



After more than three years of constantly slamming President Trump and everyone around him, one of the mainstream media’s late-night comedies is finally getting some pushback. The network that airs Jimmy Kimmel Live! on weeknights, ABC was fined $395,000 on Thursday after a skit that aired in October mocked the Presidential Alert system, the Federal Communications Commission announced on Thursday.



It is par for the course to hear demands of gun control from the media in the aftermath coverage of a mass shooting. The leftist brigade of late night hosts’ stood in solidarity Monday night in their opposition to the Second Amendment and calls for stricter gun laws.



It was just another Trump-bashing night on the late-night lineup Tuesday, as celebrities commiserated with the hosts over how much they hated President Trump. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the ABC host brought on Kathy Griffin to promote her new Trump-hating standup, and fret about the First Amendment being at stake because she got in trouble for taking an ISIS-like picture holding the President’s severed head.



Although many Americans have cooled down and are no longer feeling the “bern” this election cycle, Bernie Sanders continues to tour the liberal late-night circuit to make the case for his Presidential bid. The latest stop on the campaign trail was Thursday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! where Kimmel fawned over Sanders with agreement and softballs.



The big tech censorship of conservative content and influencers across all social media platforms has raised questions about the impact the internet has on restricting free speech. To discuss the silencing of ideas that dissent from social media companies’ liberal worldviews, President Trump held a social media summit with prominent names in the conservative movement at the White House on Thursday afternoon. And surprise, surprise, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel let it be known he was unimpressed.



Unfunny lefties have taken over the world of comedy and left it for dead, but all hope is not lost. For the few right-leaning comedians brave enough to step up to the stand-up mic, business is booming. According to a Hollywood Reporter article from last week’s issue, conservative comedians are opening up to sold out crowds as people grow tired of tedious late-night propaganda shows.



During his opening monologue Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel trashed President Trump’s supporters as well as the “strict anti-choice laws” in southern states such as Alabama. After weighing in on President Trump’s re-election kickoff, Kimmel unveiled a public service announcement for the pro-abortion movement.



For years on end, conservatives across the country have been forced to endure relentless, hateful smears directed at themselves, the President and basically anyone who is not a Democrat. Congressional Republicans are often a target for the far-left late night hosts. On Wednesday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the late- night liberal sherpa, Jimmy Kimmel, had the gall to criticize those Republicans in Congress for asking their Democrat peers to use respectful language when speaking of the President.

 



On June 19, The Hollywood Reporter fashioned a list of the top 40 “most powerful people in comedy” for 2019. It’s a predictable gaggle of reliable lefties and reads more like a Wanted poster for the gang that murdered comedy. The first big-name entry was Sacha Baron Cohen of Borat fame. Though since the 2006 blockbuster hit, the liberal Cohen has struggled to reclaim his “glory” days.



Liberal late night host Jimmy Kimmel is smug and thinks he's very smart. In 2018, he bragged, “It also just so happens that pretty much every late night talk show is a liberal. And that’s because it requires a measure of intelligence.” Well, how much intelligence does it take to know whether or not Richard Nixon was impeached? (Spoiler alert: He wasn’t.) 



It seems as though with each passing day, the media case of Trump Derangement Syndrome grows more severe. Many may be hard pressed to remember the fact-challenged Michael Wolff “tell all” book, Fire and Fury, which was full of sloppy reporting. Despite this, on Tuesday, late night host Jimmy Kimmel was as giddy as he covered the sequel to Fire and Fury, Siege: Trump Under Fire.