Video: Jimmy Kimmel Jumps on Wagon, Mocks Kellyanne With Disfigured Puppet

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Not cool, Jimmy. Not cool.

Jimmy Kimmel is actually a pretty funny guy and I generally find his work humorous but he seems to be playing more into the left wing media’s hands lately and it’s not a good look on him.

In a recent show, he held an “interview” with White House aide Kellyanne Conway. In this mock interview he questions her about Donald Trump Jr’s meeting with a Russian lawyer. However, instead of showing the intelligent woman she is, he portrayed Conway as an imbecile who could not even interpret what the word “meeting” meant.

Not to mention, he also used a puppet who is obviously Conway, but extremely disfigured compared to the beautiful woman she actually is. It is unfortunate that this is how they chose to display her because….well have you seen Hillary Clinton? I won’t throw any punches here but this is the crow mocking the swan.

This also comes after a CNN reporter stated that Conway looked like she’d taken a shovel to the face. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

Here is the clip:

I think Kimmel’s ratings would be much better if he took more of a neutral route here. He has fans on both sides of the fence but with a stunt like this, he is only alienating half of his fanbase in this country.

Now, even though Kimmel only showed you a clip as Kellyanne being borderline mentally ill, here is a clip of her brilliance in action. She gets into a heated debate with a CNN anchor and literally just asks him, “Aren’t you embarrassed?” Given CNN’s history, that’s a serious question that I think we have all been wondering.

https://youtu.be/l9xfHC0ACX4

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