Jimmy Kimmel says Trump is ‘mentally ill’ too, slams the outrage of ‘allegedly Christian’ Republicans

Like peacocks showing their bright feathers, liberals love moral preening.

I know, you’d think that wouldn’t be the case what with so few, well, actual morals, but since they’ve deluded themselves into thinking various forms of “social justice” are the greatest moral issues ever, these days they’re convinced they’ve got a lot to preen about.

So you just knew Jimmy Kimmel’s feathers would be on full display in the wake of last week’s Parkland school massacre, because, to liberals, “gun control” is the answer to everything that ails America.

On his Thursday night show, Kimmel did his usual tear-filled, hand-wringing spiel, except he also decided to call President Trump “mentally ill” and take a shot at the religion of Republicans by calling them “allegedly Christian.”

Watch:

“And don’t you dare let anyone say it’s too soon to be talking about it, because you said it after Vegas, you said it after Sandy Hook, you say that after every one of these eight now fatal school shootings we had in this country this year,” the “alleged” comedian said. “Children are being murdered.”

Conservatives are simply saying let’s wait for the families to grieve a little before you start trying to take advantage of the situation for political gain.

“Eight out of 10 Americans agree that a teenager shouldn’t have an AR-15,” Kimmel said. “So why does a teenager legally have an AR-15?”

On this point, MRCTV’s Nick Kangadis nailed it when he wrote: “There are tons of teenagers in the military fighting for Kimmel’s right to projectile vomit his sermon, but I don’t ever see Kimmel crying for them. It’s not clear whether Kimmel knows this or not, but people are legally adults when they’re in the last couple years of what? That’s right, their teenage years.”

Jimmy would be far better off relying on professional writers instead of Chuck Schumer talking points.

Twitter wasn’t kind to the late night host.

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