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PostSubject: LOL, Ben Shapiro: Who died and made Jimmy Kimmel Jesus?   Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:45 am

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro scolded Jimmy Kimmel for the late-night host's calls for stricter gun control measures in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

ďJimmy Kimmel should not be cheered for what he did," Shapiro said Tuesday in a video on "The Daily Wire," an online publication he founded in 2015. "Jimmy Kimmel should be asked to provide the evidence for his suppositions rather than the evidence for his emotions."

"Again, I believe heís sincere," Shapiro added. "Sincerity does not make what youíre saying smart."

Shapiro went on to say Kimmel's statement that GOP lawmakers "should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country" was a divisive comment meant to further divide the country.

"Last night, he did a long shtick about gun control that was entirely based on emotion and it was really nasty. It was really nasty. I donít think it was nasty because he doesnít care. He cares. Itís really nasty because heís suggesting that you and I donít care," Shapiro concluded.

"It doesnít matter that you lost sleep last night and I lost sleep because of what happened. It doesnít matter that weíre all heartbroken over what happened. We donít agree with Jimmy Kimmelís evidence-less suggestions about gun control. That means that we donít care. We are bad people. You want to know why the country is not unified? Itís because of stuff like this," Shapiro continued.

"Itís not because we disagree on policy. Weíve been disagreeing about policy forever. Itís because there are certain people in the American public discourse who feel it necessary to impute bad motives to people who disagree and thatís what Kimmelís doing here."

Kimmel broke down late Monday while discussing the mass shooting in Las Vegas, where more than 50 people were killed and hundreds more were injured when a gunman opened fire on an outdoor country music festival.

ďItís the kind of thing that makes you want to throw up or give up,Ē Kimmel said. ďItís too much to even processĒ

ďI donít know why our so-called leaders continue to allow this to happen,Ē Kimmel added. ďOr maybe a better question is why do we continue to let them allow it to happen."

Shapiro, once an editor at Breitbart and a frequent cable news guest and campus speaker, asked what made Kimmel, a late-night host on ABC since 2004 and a host of "The Man Show" on Comedy Central prior to that, "the great moral arbiter of our time?"

"Whoís Jimmy Kimmel to decide whether thoughts, your thoughts and your prayers, are insufficient?" asked Shapiro, 33. "So, your thoughts and prayers are only sufficient if you do what Jimmy Kimmel wants you to do? Thatís the way this works now? Who died and made him Jesus?"

"Like, really, how did this work again exactly that Jimmy Kimmel gets to be the great moral arbiter of our time? A late-night talk show host who used to host 'The Man Show' with women bouncing on trampolines? Heís now the great arbiter of what constitutes morality in politics and if you disagree with him, your thoughts and prayers are insufficient," Shapiro said.

"Doesnít matter that you were fervently praying for the victims, doesnít matter that you were donating your time or your blood. None of that matters if you disagree with Jimmy Kimmel, what youíve done today is insufficient. You must pay. You will burn in the fiery bowels of Jimmy Kimmelís hell. Just gross."

Kimmel was credited in some media circles for helping kill a GOP health care bill last month co-authored by Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C) and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) after calling Cassidy a liar for stating pre-existing conditions would be covered under his plan.

The Daily Beast reported that Kimmel consulted with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-N.Y.) office on details surrounding the health-care debate.

Kimmel has not commented on the report.
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