Sean Hannity fired-back at failing late-night ‘comedian’ Jimmy Kimmel Monday night after the talk-show host viciously attacked Caitlyn Jenner; pointing out the numerous times Kimmel acted like an “ignorant a**hole” on national television.
“Far-left, low-rated late-night host Jimmy Kimmel is spewing more hatred and more rage,” said Hannity. “What’s with all the anger and all the cheap shots?”
“Don’t you have anything better to do, like boost your dismal ratings, because we’re actually crushing you,” he added. “Let’s remind people… You want to talk about ignorant assholes, this is you dressed as Karl Malone. This is you, an ignorant asshole, when you had a cucumber in your pants during ‘The Man Show.’
“You talk about my show, I’ll hit you back 50 times harder. The ball’s in your court,” Hannity concluded.
Watch Hannity’s fiery response above.
A NEW LOW: Jimmy Kimmel VICIOUSLY MOCKS Melania Trump’s Accent
Late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s war of words with President Trump reached a new low Monday night; with the liberal comic viciously mocking Melania Trump’s foreign accent during Easter festivities at the White House.
Kimmel slammed the First Lady for reading a children’s story to her guests on the White House lawn; telling his comedic sidekick that he too could be “First Lady of the United States.”
“I want to really thank the first lady, Melania, who has really done an incredible job,” said the President in a video clip, with Kimmel adding “Not a chance she did one thing to help set that up. There’s no — she didn’t dye eggs, she didn’t fill baskets. The only thing she’s been working on is an escape tunnel.”
The comedian then slammed Melania’s distinct accent, mocking the way she pronounced “This and that.”
“That’s the end,” Melania said as she finished the story.
“Of the world,” Kimmel added.
Watch the late-night comedian attack the First Lady above.
KIMMEL DENIED: Late-Night Comedian told to AVOID POLITICS at 90th Oscars
The 90th annual Academy Awards ceremony is hoping to avoid a ratings disaster and refocus their spotlight back on the movie industry; with the event’s producers telling late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel and others to dial-down their political agenda and make the star-studded event “as entertaining as possible.”
After a ratings debacle for this year’s Golden Globe Awards -which heavily featured the ‘Time’s Up’ and ‘Me Too’ movement- producers behind the Oscars are hoping to avoid a similar fate; telling presenters and guests to avoid politics and focus on “great performances.”
“We want to make it as entertaining as possible — reverential and respectful but also fun and emotional,” one of the lead producers told the New York Times. “The Oscars should be a spectacle. Fun and funny and great performances.”
“It should also be a giant commercial for the movie business, which we all need to keep going,” she added.
“We certainly want to honor and respect Time’s Up and allow that message to be heard,” said one executive at ABC, which will broadcast the event. “But we’re trying to make it more planned than spur of the moment — it has its moment and then doesn’t feel like it overshadows the artists and films being honored.”