G. McConway
November 4, 2022

Jimmy Kimmel Claims He Lost Half His Fan Base Over Trump Jokes

Jimmy Kimmel revealed something that has just put a huge smile on the face of conservatives.

According to Kimmel, he has lost half his fan base, maybe more, because of the "jokes" he has told about Trump.

He also claimed that he put ABC on notice that he would not dial it down and if pressured to do so, he would leave the show.

Sinking Ship

Kimmel stated, "I have lost half of my fans — maybe more than that.

"Ten years ago among Republicans I was the most popular talk show host."

When it was hinted that he needed to back off Trump, he responded, "I just said, 'If that's what you want to do, I understand and I don't begrudge you for it, but I'm not going to do that.'"

Kimmel continued, "If you want somebody else to host the show, then that's fine. That's OK with me. I'm just not going to do it like that."

So, instead, he has killed what was once a goldmine of a show.

And, by the way, he does not really tell Trump jokes.

He gets up there and lectures people about how horrible they are because they are conservative, which is why he has lost so many fans.

It is perfectly fine for Kimmel to have an opinion, but he cannot act like his opinion is the only right opinion to have.

Honestly, he could tell all the Trump jokes he wanted if he was not lecturing people on a regular basis or slobbering all over Joe Biden when he had him on his show.

The great late-night hosts hit everyone equally, and it was funny, but those days are clearly gone.

Source: Fox News

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