On Friday night, ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel used his show’s platform to compare the state of Florida to North Korea. But, he’s not getting away with his irresponsible and flagrant comments that easily.
“In America’s North Korea, the Sunshine State, from time to time, we enjoy taking a look at what’s going on, and tonight we are doing it again in a Gov. DeSantis edition of ‘This Week in Florida,” Kimmel said as he introduced a video of Florida’s Republican Governor.
Although the video was nothing more than Governor DeSantis speaking in the everglades to kick off this year’s “Python Challenge” during which citizens make a challenge to remove the most invasive Burmese pythons, viewers were enraged by Kimmel’s words.
Jimmy Kimmel Calls Florida ‘America’s North Korea’ https://t.co/GDZYikaRbz
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 5, 2021
The Post Millennial tweeted out the video mocking Kimmel’s monologue with the caption, “Alleged comedian Jimmy Kimmel calls Florida ‘America’s North Korea.” Other Twitter user comments included, “How many people still watch his show?” and “I’m sure the 40 ppl tuning in got a good chuckle.”
One user asked, “this guy is still around?” and another asked, “this guy has completely gone off the deep end. What happened to him?” Nonetheless, as one user stated, “I guess Jimmy Kimmel is jealous of the success they are having!!!”
If anyone deserves to be called America’s “North Korea” it would be Kimmel and his hoard of hypocritical Hollywood elite buddies and political leaders who used their position, power and platforms to be able to ignore pandemic mandates that were inconvenient for them while actively ruining the lives of Americans.
Hunter Biden’s Book Couldn’t Sell 11k Copies in First Week Despite Fawning Media Coverage
Despite a massive publicity tour, including interviews with Jimmy Kimmel, CNN and CBS, Hunter Biden’s book couldn’t even reach 11,000 in sales in its first week.
“Beautiful Things: A Memoir” sold 10,638 copies last week, according to Publishers Weekly. The book finished behind 11 other hardcover nonfiction books. Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem for the Country,” sold 42,318 copies to finish atop the list.
Fox News host Shannon Bream’s new book, “The Women of the Bible Speak: The Wisdom of 16 Women and Their Lessons for Today,” sold 32,686 copies during the same timeframe to finish second.
Biden’s poor book sales come after he gave a controversial interview with CBS, where he admitted to smoking parmesan cheese because it looked like crack cocaine. Biden also admitted that the laptop from the bombshell story that circulated prior to the 2020 presidential election “could” be his.
“Of course certainly. It, it, there could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me. It could be that I was hacked. It could be that it was the — that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me,” he said.
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