Since talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has repeatedly shed crocodile tears to bring attention to his liberal agenda, a conservative artist decided to depict the watery-eyed celeb in his street art. However, just when Kimmel thought he had successfully bashed the artist’s work, his plan to shame the conservative creator backfired in the best way possible.
First, the wealthy Hollywood elitist tried to guilt struggling taxpayers into supporting crippling socialized health care. Now, the millionaire, who hypocritically protects himself with armed security, has once again stooped to shedding angry tears to call for gun control as if channeling “Cryin’ Chuck Schumer.” Of course, when Kimmel demanded that the average citizen is stripped of their ability to protect their families while he keeps his gun-toting bodyguards, one right-wing artist saw an opportunity for some clever political compositions.
Conservative L.A. street artist “Sabo” created several renderings of Kimmel’s cringe-worthy performances, portraying the liberal host as the star of the ’90s cult classic Cry-Baby and rebranding his show “The Jimmy Kimmel Estrogen Hour” along with “Man Boobs & Estrogen.” Sabo uploaded multiple images showing that his sizeable artwork was posted across the city so that citizens could have a chuckle at how perfectly he satirized Kimmel’s hypocrisy and narcissism.
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Unfortunately, Kimmel himself stumbled across some of the artistic monuments and wasn’t so impressed. When Kimmel spotted his unflattering portrait on a bench near his home, he had an acquaintance snap a photo of himself flipping off the camera. In an attempt to publicly shame Sabo, Kimmel sent the picture to The Hollywood Reporter, which obliged the host’s request to publish it. Although a smirking Kimmel thought he had easily topped the artist, his smug gesture quickly backfired, bringing more attention to Sabo’s work and boosting the artist’s donations.
Thanks to Kimmel’s failed attempt to humiliate Sabo, the artist was once again able to use the talk show host’s own photo to not only bring more awareness to his website and body of work but also to reiterate Kimmel’s emasculation over the years. Sabo pointed out that despite Kimmel’s endeavor to appear tough by extending his middle finger, he seemed far too effeminate with his legs delicately crossed and his hand gently resting on his knee.
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Oddly enough, Kimmel had no further response to The Hollywood Reporter as he was possibly concerned that it would only give Sabo more fuel for his cause. Of course, Sabo wasn’t finished with him yet.
“The numbers gunned down in Vegas this last weekend equal those killed every weekend in Chicago and Detroit,” Sabo tweeted, pointing to 2 Democrat-run cities with the toughest gun restrictions in the U.S. “Why isn’t Kimmel crying for them?” he asked.
Additionally, Sabo seized the opportunity to combat Kimmel’s war on law-abiding gun owners and our Second Amendment rights, urging followers to donate to his cause.
“Kimmel’s taking donations for gun safety, so then I’ll request for donations to help get more out on the street,” he replied, adding his website unsavoryagents.com so that followers can give or simply view more of his projects.
Sabo isn’t the only one to destroy Kimmel’s emotional attack on innocent gun owners. On Tuesday, conservative genius Ben Shapiro effortlessly pointed out the holes in Kimmel’s gun control tirade, according to Newsbusters.
“Jimmy Kimmel should not be cheered for what he did last night. Jimmy Kimmel should be asked to provide the evidence for his suppositions rather than the evidence for his emotions. Again, I believe he’s sincere. Sincerity does not make what you’re saying smart,” Shapiro argued at the end of his podcast, which featured over 20 minutes on Kimmel’s post-Las Vegas shooting rant.
Shapiro noted at the onset that “Kimmel did something last night that I find truly abhorrent,” which was discard any and all facts as part of his effort to “become the social justice king of late-night television” and “all-heart representation of all leftist causes.”
Shapiro obliterated Kimmel’s claim that the Second Amendment wasn’t intended for modern weaponry but “muskets,” which is a favorite claim of the left. Shapiro confirmed that during that time, muskets were military-grade weapons, but AR-15s aren’t.
“Civilian guns are very different from military-issued guns. For him to say the Second Amendment doesn’t cover things like AR-15s — a semi-automatic rifle, is akin to me saying the First Amendment doesn’t cover TV because the Founders hadn’t seen a TV, would never know what it’d look like, and don’t understand how it works. It’s a silly argument. As far as the idea that ARs aren’t used for home defense, again, asinine. I have a bunch of friends who use ARs for home defense.”
Kimmel is abusing his fame to play upon the fickle emotions of his followers and trick them into giving up their rights while he remains comfortably protected by his paid security. The fact is that Kimmel stands to lose nothing when calling for gun control unlike the millions of law-abiding gun owners who simply want to protect their families from criminals who don’t obey gun laws in the first place. Luckily, the more he opens his mouth, the more he showcases his liberal ignorance.