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02/28/2018 / By Ethan Huff
Demonic Hollywood puppet Jimmy Kimmel is back in the news, just days before this year’s Oscars is set to air, over comments he made back in 2014 mocking a man who was allegedly forced to engage in sexual acts with Hollywood executive Randy Callahan in order to be cast for a role.
An audio clip of the late-night talk show goon discussing the matter with The Big 3 Podcast’s Perry Caravello, Don Barris, and Walter Molinski, reveals more of what Kimmel actually thinks in real life about such matters, as opposed to what he pretends to believe every time he sheds fake crocodile tears in front of his mind-numbed audience.
During his appearance on The Big 3 Podcast, Kimmel is heard offering his usual dose of callous invective in response to claims that Callahan had coerced the man in question into touching his private parts in exchange for being given a chance in Hollywood. There was no “Me Too” sentiment expressed by Kimmel at the time about this heinous allegation and its implications for the television and film industry – just heartless dismissal and mockery.
We won’t repeat the words exchanged between Kimmel and Caravello, one of the podcast’s hosts, as they’re simply too obscene. But if you wish to read (or listen) for yourself what was said, revealing the true, vile nature of Jimmy Kimmel, you can do so by visiting The Daily Wire.
If you want the “lite” version, we’ll sum it up like this: Kimmel basically joked about the man’s physical interactions with Callahan’s private parts, calling it “light gay prostitution.” In other words, it was just another day in Hollywood for an aspiring actor to fondle the reproductive organs of a gross old man in charge of film and television casting.
If Kimmel supposedly cares so much, all of a sudden, about people being sexually assaulted in Hollywood – this being the latest mainstream media “cause” – then why didn’t he speak up back in 2014 and say something along the lines of, “this is wrong, and this type of thing shouldn’t be happening.”
The answer to this question is simple: Jimmy Kimmel, like many other Hollywood actors, doesn’t actually care about sexual assault and real-life victims of it. Like everything else he does, Kimmel simply plays the role and pretends, usually to advance whatever cause the media whores are trying to push on any given day.
One of the more recent examples of this was when Kimmel got up and grandstanded, artificial tears and all, about the shooting in Parkland, Florida. Kimmel pretended to care about the lives of innocent children because that’s what everyone on the left is doing right now. But as you may recall, Kimmel several years back openly mocked the parents of vaccine-injured children, demonstrating once again his true feelings about children’s lives.
Like many others in Hollywood and the mainstream media, Jimmy Kimmel is a fraud. He’s also a disgusting pervert, having featured references on his show to pedophilia, all wrapped up in comedy, of course.
“This is the second #MeToo-themed Kimmel tape that has emerged since the anti-sexual harassment movement first began in fall 2017,” writes James Barrett for The Daily Wire about the latest revelation concerning Kimmel’s open perversion.
“In a video that went viral in October, the former ‘Man’s Show’ host asks women to feel all over his crotch to find out what he’s got stuffed inside,” he adds, referring to some of Kimmel’s earlier work in which he walked around the streets of Los Angeles soliciting women to touch and lick the crotch area of his pants for laughs.
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