As the fallout surrounding the disgusting allegations against serial sexual abuser, Hollywood producer and Democrat Party financier Harvey Weinstein continue to grow, quite a few prominent liberal politicians, pundits and celebrities have been a bit slow to remark on the disturbing revelation.
One of those who remained silent for many days following the bombshell story on Weinstein’s misbehavior was the left’s new moral compass, late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.
According to Variety, Kimmel finally broke his silence regarding Weinstein on his Monday night program — following some prodding on Twitter from Donald Trump Jr. — with a joke lumping Weinstein and President Donald Trump together, followed by another lame joke about Weinstein that largely let him off the hook.
But considering Kimmel’s new role as the arbiter of all that is moral and good in this country, as per the left — see Obamacare repeal and gun control — one would think that this moral compass pointing to true north would have firmly denounced the decidedly immoral Weinstein immediately.
However, according to The Daily Wire, a video has emerged that potentially shows why the oh-so-moral Kimmel hasn’t been particularly outspoken against Weinstein’s actions, as he himself appears to have engaged in similar conduct — for comedy’s sake, of course.
In one of Kimmel’s “man on the street” segments, the late night host approached beautiful women and asked them to feel around and grope his crotch in order to determine what sort of object he had stuffed down the front of his pants, which turned out to be a large zucchini.
As the various women did so, Kimmel uttered remarks to them like: “You should use two hands,” “You’ve done this before, haven’t you,” “You’re going to make a fine wife,” and “Maybe it would be easier if you put your mouth on it.”
He specifically asked one woman her age and seemed relieved when she said she was 18, to which Kimmel replied, “You sure of that? Cause Uncle Jimmy doesn’t need to do time.”
You can see the sickening and hyper-sexualized segment right here: (Warning: Graphic content)
— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) October 11, 2017
As an aside, since when did Kimmel become such a fine and upstanding judge of what constitutes good character and sound moral judgement?
This is, after all, one of the original hosts of “The Man Show” on Comedy Central, a sexually-charged program that ran from 1999-2004 and featured scantily clad women in the “Juggy Dance Squad” and ended every show with beautiful women jumping on trampolines, often in slow-motion.
Perhaps Kimmel should address his own moral equivalence before pretending to be in a position to cast judgement on the morality of others, or at least just own up to his own moral failings and cease portraying himself as someone who is somehow above it all.
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