Paid Puppet Kimmel Can't Admit He Was Wrong, Attacks Tucker Carlson Instead
On Tuesday, late-night hack Jimmy Kimmel took deflecting to a whole new level when he compared Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to “diarrhea” while blaming him and others for anti-Asian violence in America.
Kimmel has no problem pushing his own agenda. On the April 30, 2020 edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kimmel dismissed the possibility that the COVID-19 pandemic began as a lab leak. On Tuesday, Kimmel then went on to blame Tucker Carlson and others for anti-Asian violence in America. He showed a clip from Carlson’s Monday show that featured a clip of the April 30, 2020, edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
Carlson criticized Kimmel for his dismissiveness, saying “Yeah. Imagine if you’re a comedian and all of a sudden your cue card has all kinds of talking points from politicians and foreign governments on it. Don’t read it. You degrade yourself and become complicit in the greatest crime in history.”
Kimmel’s response was to attack Carlson for his views on Russia, “Isn’t that beautiful. I mean, the idea that this man would accuse-- that I would be accused of reading talking points from foreign governments. If it weren't so brazen, it would almost be funny coming from this loathsome, un-American, Moscow mule.”
It’s clear that Kimmel is trying to distract from the fact that he was wrong and others were possibly right. He’s attacking Carlson to deflect from his own mistakes, using the issue of anti-Asian violence to stir up emotions. This is a serious issue, and Kimmel should not be using it as an opportunity to push his own agenda.
It’s not just Kimmel who is pushing their own agenda. We’ve seen countless examples of liberal media, Democrats, and even the Biden administration trying to control the narrative.
We should never blindly believe what we hear from any of them. It’s important that we look for the facts and make our own decisions. Kimmel’s attempt to deflect from his own mistakes is shameful, and it’s a reminder for all of us to be aware of the biased information being pushed by the media.