ABC’s late night host, Jimmy Kimmel has been more-than-willing to verbally beat up President Trump and for just about everything, including but not limited to healthcare, immigration and guns.
But on the heels of the bombshell news about movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct with numerous women, Kimmel was silent for days. Why?
Perhaps, it’s because Kimmel didn’t want to cause attention to his old video. Although most Americans may have never seen the video of him treating women like sexual pawns, Kimmel knew it was out there.
The video of Kimmel is below, and it’s supposed to be a comedy routine but it isn’t funny if you’re a woman. If Sean Hannity appeared in the same sort of video, the Left would be calling for him job.
Keep in mind, the women in the video are playing along with Kimmel’s disgusting request that they grab at his crotch, but perhaps they felt pressured to play along in order to get some face time on TV? That’s what Weinstein did — he used the power of the camera to lure women into his bedroom.
In the video, Kimmel suggests to one woman that she “use two hands” to find “what’s in his pants.” He later suggests to her, “maybe it’d be easier if you put your mouth on it.”
Kimmel asked another woman how old she was, which she said 18.
“Are you sure?” Kimmel replied. “Because Uncle Jimmy doesn’t need to do time.”
When one of his contestants was aggressively feeling around his pants, he told her “You’re gonna make a fine wife.”
In the end, he revealed what he had in his pants: a zucchini with a rubber band on it.
— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) October 11, 2017
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