Hateful Jimmy Kimmel Just Paid Massive Price After What He Did To Melania In The Hospital

Jimmy Kimmel is learning a big lesson after what he did to Melania Trump. He was caught up in some nonsense making jokes about the first lady and realized the hard way that it was a very bad idea to keep going after Melania Trump with his bad jokes. It wasn’t in good humor as he seems to go after her for no reason, so it could’ve been personal to him, but only Kimmel would know the answer to that. Needless to say, his jokes about Melania were not well received and about 50,000 people let him know about it too.
Melania Trump was recently in the hospital getting surgery on her kidney, so this isn’t something she needs to deal with now, then, or ever. Of course, the first lady will always receive a bit of expected criticism being at such a high level considering she’s married to the President. After all, look at how many remarks Michelle Obama received while in the White House. However, is it appropriate to go after the wife of the President? Should Kimmel have focused his humor on something else or kept his political humor lighter? Did his jokes come off as a personal vendetta to help target Donald?
Kimmel’s jokes were making fun of Melania’s accent. Political humor is acceptable while personal vendettas should be left out of it – but some people aren’t sure if he was just making politically incorrect jokes (something liberals tell us not to do) or he seriously has a ‘thing’ for Melania. This is probably why over 50,000 people signed a petition going after Kimmel to send a message to his network and calling for a boycott of his show.
Fox News reported: “ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel’s recent jokes about first lady Melania Trump are apparently offending a lot of viewers.
An online petition launched recently, calling for a boycott of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and has exceeded its goal of 50,000 signatures. Organizers say the petition will eventually be sent to “the front door of Disney/ABC Studios” Burbank, Calif.
“We may not get him kicked off the air,” the petition says. “But we can send a message that these att-cks on our First Lady will NOT be tolerated!”
Specifically, offended viewers appear to take issue with Kimmel’s jokes about the first lady’s Slovenian accent. On Monday, he mocked Melania Trump’s reading to children during a White House Easter celebration.
“Dees and dat,” Kimmel joked, of her pronunciation of “this or that.”
Kimmel’s targeting of the first lady seems to contradict the network’s recent assertions that it has captured the hearts of middle America since launching the rebooted “Roseanne” sitcom.