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Sep 25 2018

Jimmy Kimmel Calls for Brett Kavanaugh’s Public Castration

Maybe some good will come of the repugnant farce stop-at-nothing Democrats have made of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Sharks have been jumped. Who will ever take the insufferably pretentious New Yorker seriously again after it stooped to the lowest level of gutter journalism by publishing Deborah Ramirez’s absurd allegations, which had been rejected even by the leftist New York Times? Likewise, who but the most vicious moonbat could turn to Jimmy Kimmel for a light-hearted laugh after he called for Kavanaugh’s public castration?

This is what passes for comedy now:

“I think there’s a compromise here. Hear me out on this. So, Kavanaugh gets confirmed to the Supreme Court, okay. In return, we get to cut that pesky penis of his off — in front of everybody!”

Watch in horror and disgust at what moonbats have done to American culture:

No one has presented a credible reason not to regard Brett Kavanaugh as an honorable man, at least as conservative in his sexual behavior as he is in his politics. As for Kimmel,

A clip from the 1990s TV series, “The Man Show,” featuring Jimmy Kimmel encouraging women on the street to feel around in his pants in order to guess what was hidden within them, made the rounds online…

He does this with several women, one of whom gives her age as 18, telling one to use two hands and suggesting that another use her mouth.

That’s how he has behaved on camera. I don’t want to know about behind the scenes. Yet it is the straitlaced Brett Kavanaugh we are supposed to regard as a degenerate who indulges in outlandish sexual improprieties.

The women’s magazine Glamour describes Kimmel as a “moral compass” for America. That should tell you all you need to know about the sincerity of feminism. CNN calls the creep “America’s conscience.”

Is there is a point at which the public will say, I can’t watch this guy anymore, he is just too vile? If Jimmy Kimmel hasn’t reached it, the answer must be no.

On a tip from Varla.




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