By
Ryan E.
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January 21, 2024

Jimmy Kimmel Asks: 'Once Trump Is Dead And Gone, Will Things Get Better?'

Is Jimmy Kimmel considering murdering Donald Trump?

It's hard to tell, after what he just said recently.

"Once Trump is dead and gone … will things get better?"

Why would Trump be dead and gone?

Kimmel certainly has some explaining to do after he said:

Let me tell you something — if those three judges he appointed to the Supreme Court take this case and rule against him, he is going to blow a whale-sized windmill out of his a**. I mean, it might actually kill him. Sometimes I wonder, once Trump is dead and gone and buried on the 18th hole of one of his golf courses, will things get better? Or will we have a whole new crop of MAGA brains to deal with?

Joking about a former president is one thing.

The punchline of the joke being that he is dead and buried is not as funny.

In fact, some would consider it a threat against national security.

If parents were labeled terrorists for being concerned about what their kids were learning in school, then why should Kimmel get away with joking about the president dying?

Maybe it's because Kimmel doesn't think the rules apply to him.

Remember, before going woke, Jimmy Kimmel was given his public platform after he rose to fame doing things like dressing in blackface and also:

Yes, Kimmel CERTAINLY has some explaining to do.

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