On Thursday, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, who is frankly funniest when he is blubbering on live TV, attacked the more than 215,000 donors to a viral GoFundMe campaign started by triple amputee veteran Brian Kolfage, calling them “dopey” meth users.
“This Trump supporter, a guy named Brian Kolfage, started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $1 billion for the wall. He launched it on Sunday. It’s already up to almost $9 million,” he said.
“People, this is what people do with their disposable income when they don’t have loans from college to pay off. Donating money for a wall that will never exist,” he said. “It’s like starting a college fund for Harry Potter. It’s a, it’s a waste. A more useful thing to do with your money would be to go outside and feed it to a bird but you do have to admire the sacrifice they’re making. I mean, a lot of these people are dipping into their meth money for this…”
Translation: If you support an effort to fund a wall intended to protect the country from those trying to enter it illegally, you’re a “dopey” meth user.
Here’s video, courtesy of MRC TV. Please remember as you watch the video below that this is the same cretin who said Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should have his penis cut off in front of an audience:
He wasn’t finished, however.
As NewsBusters notes:
Kimmel proceeded to unravel a satirical children’s book called “How the Trump Saved Christmas.” The cover featured President Trump portrayed as an overweight man with a pot belly wearing nothing but a tie. The entire book was loaded with unflattering cartoon depictions of the President and numerous shots at him and his supporters.
The book began with the verse “The Trump hated Christmas like he hated Don Lemon, like he hates Robert Mueller and people in Yemen.” The first page cartoon featured a Grinch-like Trump breaking a candy cane accompanied by pictures of Mueller, Lemon, and Yemen covered with darts.
Make no mistake. Kimmel’s attacks weren’t just leveled at the hundreds of thousands of people who donated to the campaign. They were leveled at every single person who either voted for Donald Trump or currently supports him.
Yes, Virginia, liberals like Kimmel hate your guts.
The campaign, as of this writing, has raised over $13 million and is still going strong, despite attacks from hatemongers like Kimmel.
Exit question: Does ABC endorse Kimmel’s hatred of conservatives? It sure looks like it to us.