Kimmel joke proves crazy tin-foil hat people were right

ABC late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel made an observation on Thursday night’s show that proves the folks walking around wearing tin-foil hats were right.

The transcript, courtesy of Independent Journal Review:

“The NSA collects almost 5 billion records a day that can pinpoint a cell phone anywhere in the world, track its movements and map the personal relationships of the person using it.

This is interesting because I’ll tell you what this means. You know those crazy people who wear tinfoil hats because they think the government is tracking them? It turns out they were right.”

More importantly, Kimmel wondered how it is that government can “track every cellphone in the world, but they can’t build a healthcare website?”

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  • OldmanRick

    “More importantly, Kimmel wondered how it is that government can ‘track every cellphone in the world, but they can’t build a healthcare website?’”

    Now there’s a great question for Tinkles, the groveler.

    • Sunny Hiller

      and for a BILLION $$ AT THAT