Jimmy Kimmel Threatens to ‘Pound’ Fox News Host Brian Kilmeade

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As Senate Republicans prepare to, at last, repeal and replace Obamacare, they have a powerful force to contend with: late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel.

The former Comedy Central star has gone from midnight funny man to health care wonk, all in an effort to subvert Republican efforts to dismantle Obamacare. His only expertise in the matter, besides his past objectification of women’s bodies, is that his son suffered from a heart condition, from which he thankfully recovered.

So, you see, because Kimmel is a gazillionaire TV host who can afford the best doctors in the country, he can explain to the average American why Obamacare is desperately needed. Get it? Good.

So as Kimmel is railing on Republicans’ latest attempt to repeal Obamacare, he took the time to call out those who publicly disagree with him. Again, you can easily see why, in the middle of a life-or-death debate, Kimmel feels the need to attack and belittle people who have the audacity to not fully agree with him. You just keep saving the world, Jimmy!

Anyway, one of Kimmel’s targets was Fox News host Brian Kilmeade. According to Kimmel, Kilmeade “kisses my a** like a little boy meeting Batman” anytime they meet. And because Kilmeade admires Kimmel but disagrees with him on health care, he needs to be beaten into a bloody pulp.

In a tirade from last night, Kimmel offers these sincere, heartfelt words: “And the reason I’m talking about this is because my son had an open heart surgery, has to have two more, and I learned there are kids with no insurance in the same situation. I don’t get anything out of this, Brian, you phony little creep. Oh, I’ll pound you when I see you.”

You can see the entire unhinged diatribe here:

Get it now? Kimmel is such a bleeding heart he wants to cause others to bleed from their face. What a caring soul!

Regardless of of Kilmeade’s allegedly slimy behavior, this is a real low for Kimmel. Threatening to whip someone because they were insincere, or even disagree with you, is childish.

But then again, it’s expected behavior for a man who used to ask women in the street what was in his pants.

Honestly, America doesn’t need advice on health care from a rich Hollywood celebrity who parties with Snoop Dogg.

Let’s try and be more of a stand-up guy, eh, Jimmy?

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