As the crocodile tear bubbled up and threatening to streak down his face, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel used his platform to berate Harvey Weinstein for the recent allegations of sexual harassment and rape lobbed against him by several actresses. Stating his support for women and their criminal treatment by men in positions of power, his earnest appeal for condemnation of the Oscar-winning producer’s abhorrent behavior had young female fans swooning.
As serious as a heart attack, Kimmel looked directly into the camera and proclaimed, “What’s the difference between Harvey Weinstein and the Pillsbury Doughboy? When the Pillsbury Doughboy offers you a roll, he doesn’t ask you to watch him take a shower for it.”
Yeah, that’s all there was to his passionate support of women and vehement opposition of predatory men. However, he did appear on Good Morning America to explain his near silence on the most significant scandal to rock Hollywood since Roman Polanski fled jurisdiction after allegedly raping a thirteen-year-old girl (Hollywood awarded him the Best Director Oscar in 2003, replete with standing ovations from many, including Martin Scorsese and Meryl Streep). That’s a parallel story, but back to Kimmel’s all-to-brief condemnation of Uncle Harvey:
“First of all, the Harvey Weinstein thing, people like these false equivalences of, that somehow is equivalent to what happened in Las Vegas,” Kimmel added. “I mean, Harvey Weinstein is not a friend of mine. I’m not in the movie business. And I’ll add that that story came out, I think, moments before we went to tape on Thursday, and we didn’t have a show on Friday.”
“They’re trying to drag up — especially these gun nuts — are trying to … take any comedy bit I did out of context and use it as some kind of proof saying that I’m calling myself the moral conscience of America, which I most certainly never did and most certainly never would,” he said.
And it was CNN, the Democratic National Committee’s spin department, who ridiculously proclaimed Kimmel to be “America’s conscience” – although he seems enamored with that label. Just like CNN to forget about solid research before spouting their brand of stupid.
Is There an Uncle Jimmy in Hollywood?
Perhaps Kimmel kept mum on calling out Weinstein as the Village Pillager because in drawing attention to his self-righteous ‘moral conscience,’ he opened the door for the rest of the world to dig around in his recent exploits. I do love the internet.
Let’s discuss Kimmel’s game, “Guess what’s in my pants”; it was a regular segment on The Man Show. In the game, Kimmel stuffed a phallic shaped object into the front of his pants. Took to the street, and asked the youngest and most attractive girls, to feel his crotch and guess what he had hidden there. But that couldn’t be considered objectifying women, could it? I mean, he’s a Liberal and a comedian, so it’s all in good fun, right? It disgusted me, and I have worked in and around politics for a long time. I won’t repeat what he said, but you can watch Kimmel the pig humiliate women right here. I hope Mr. and Mrs. Kimmel were not witnesses to this display of debauchery.
On a side note, and to point out the incredible Hollywood double standard, Jimmy wore black-face to entertain us while mocking Karl Malone of the Utah Jazz. Again, you can watch this racially charged skit, making fun of Malone’s inarticulate style of speech, here, as I won’t quote Kimmel. Heck, even Al Jolson, the famous minstrel performer, is to this day being condemned for wearing black-face to entertain audiences – and he died in 1950.
You Just Can’t Have It Both Ways
Is this America’s conscience? We are assuredly doomed if our kind and gentle all-inclusive Liberal minds have their way. What can we do? Do we conservatives hack the next awards show and force the likes of Streep, Clooney, Damon, Judd, etc. to watch their dirty deeds? I’m feeling a little desperate.
But there is good news; Americans were “woke” when they recovered from the shell-shock of the Obama regime, and so voted for a man who promised to bring a moral conscience back to governing the country. And there are journalists committed to telling you the truth, who spend hours uncovering the hypocrisy of the left. Stay the course, my friends; we are in the midst of an incredible uprising.
Sarah has been a writer in the political and corporate worlds for over 25 years. As a sought-after speech writer, her clients included CEO's, U.S. Senators, Congressmen, Governors, and even a Vice President. She’s worked as Contributing Editor at Scottsdale Life, a news reporter for the Journal and Courier, and guest opinion political writer for numerous publications nationwide. A born storyteller, Sarah has published a full-length book and is currently finishing a quirky, sarcastic, second novel.