In a sign that the political winds are changing, far-left wokester Jimmy Kimmel cracked a joke at the Biden crime syndicate’s expense during his Academy Awards monologue Sunday night.
In the rare joke aimed at Democrats, Kimmel referenced – finally – Hunter Biden’s well-documented drug problems, joking that Steven Spielberg and Seth Rogan are the “Joe and Hunter Biden of Hollywood.”
“Steven Spielberg and Seth Rogen. What a pair. The Joe and Hunter Biden of Hollywood. Seth, what are you on right now? Be honest … mushrooms, right?”, Kimmel said. Rogan’s entire career has been one of a doped-out loser, so that punchline adds up. Perhaps more astute readers can decipher the Spielberg reference.
After all, Spielberg has made some of the best and most memorable films in Hollywood history.
In any event, take a look at the clip that throws the Biden family under the bus and makes it clear the Establishment is ready to turn away from the unwell and unfit POTUS by 2024.
Jimmy Kimmel calls Steven Spielberg and Seth Rogen the “Joe and Hunter Biden of Hollywood” at the #Oscars:
“Seth, what are you on right now? Be honest … mushrooms, right?” pic.twitter.com/rJBWvanqnE
— The Recount (@therecount) March 13, 2023
As refreshing as it is to see “comedians” go after their own kind again, it’s far too late to salvage the wreckage that is late-night comedy. That brand was destroyed years ago by rapid anti-conservative sentiments. Any return to the middle will only be met with rightful skepticism that they are just pandering. And that’s truly all it would be.
Aside from helping usher Biden out of the White House and into a long-term care facility, the only reason these people pretend to care is that they are bleeding viewers to competitive joke tellers who do their job far better and far more humorously.
Still, Kimmel wasn’t a complete bust on stage as the once-again host of the Oscars. Although it’s unclear why anyone tunes into watching spoiled narcissistics pat themselves on the back, the select few that did saw him address not just the Biden clan but the infamous Will Smith slap at last year’s event.
“Give me a second, I’ll adjust my danger zone here,” Kimmel said in his very first line, alluding to the area where he stood.
He immediately followed that up with the obnoxious diversity talking points before immediately feeling comfortable about joking about the white Irish culture: “Five Irish actors are nominated tonight, which means the chances of another fight on stage went way up.”
“We want you to have fun, we want you to be safe, and most importantly, we want me to be safe. If anyone commits an act of violence anytime during this show, you will be presented the Oscar for Best Actor and be permitted to give a 19-minute-long speech,” Kimmel said as he continued with the theme of the slap.
Readers will recall that after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock, he returned to his seat and everyone pretended nothing happened. He went on to win the award for Best Actor.
"If anyone in this theater commits an act of violence at any point in the show, you will be awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and permitted to give a 19-minute-long speech." jokes host Jimmy Kimmel at the #Oscars. https://t.co/ndiKiHeOT5 pic.twitter.com/qofvMJ8ZD9
— Variety (@Variety) March 13, 2023
The Guardian wrapped up the Will Smith bit, saying:
Kimmel added that the Oscars now has a crisis management team, and wondered what they might do in the event of violence, suggesting: “Just do what you did last year – nothing. Sit there and do absolutely nothing. Maybe even give the assailant a hug.”
He finished by saying that if someone felt tempted to get onstage and slap him, they would have the celebrity audience to contend with. “You’re going to have to get through the heavyweight champ, Adonis Creed, you’re going to have to battle with Michelle Yeoh before you get to me … you’re going to have to tangle with Spider-Man, you’re going to have to tangle with Fabelman, and then you’re going to have to go through my right-hand man Guillermo if you want to get up to this stage.”
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