June 26, 2018
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 26, 2018
The President had another great campaign rally last night.
Probably the funniest part was calling out the late night comedians as not funny.
President Trump on Monday railed against the hosts of late-night talk shows, each of whom has made Trump a primary target of their comedy since he took office.
Trump spoke at a rally in South Carolina for Gov. Henry McMaster (R). After brief remarks from McMaster, Trump launched into a wide-ranging rant that included an aside about Hollywood and the media.
“Honestly are these people funny? And I can laugh at myself. Frankly, if I couldn’t, I’d be in big trouble,” Trump said.
“But there’s no talent. They’re not, like, talented people,” he added.
That’s the thing.
I see clips of these shows, or catch them in public or whatever, and none of it is funny. It is just 1984 style “two minutes of hate” against the evil villain.
But they do it for more than two minutes. These shows are like, an hour long at least – and the whole thing is about Trump.
Trump ticked off each network late night host one-by-one, starting with NBC’s Jimmy Fallon.
Trump earlier Monday chided Fallon for giving an interview in which the comedian said he regretted the way he handled an interview with then-candidate Trump in which he playfully tussled the real estate mogul’s hair.
“Jimmy Fallon apologized. He apologized for humanizing me,” Trump said at the rally. “The poor guy. Now he’s going to lose all of us.”
Yeah, that’s the thing – he was the last one that Trump people were watching, because he was the least political. Now he’s made this whole big show (see below) and that’s going to make him lose the rest of his pro-Trump audience.
Trump described Fallon as a “nice guy” who “looks like a lost soul.”
He mocked CBS late night host Stephen Colbert without naming him, calling the “Late Show” host a “low life,” and saying that the Peabody-, Emmy- and Grammy-winning host has “no talent.”
Trump then turned to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel, who Trump claimed opened his door for him during a previous appearance on his show.
Here’s the clipped bit on late night comedians.
Trump lashes out at late-night TV hosts at South Carolina rally pic.twitter.com/CpRJAITnU2
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 26, 2018
He’s quite right.
Just objectively, aside from any politics, these people are not funny.
And I’m not like some super uptight guy who can’t laugh at leftist comedy.
I can even laugh at the blacks.
And even borderline anti-white stuff.
I can at least chuckle, assuming it is funny.
Because comedy should, in theory, exist outside of anything political. Different people have different senses of humor of course, but ultimately something is either funny or it is not, and late night comedians are not funny.
Alec Baldwin’s Trump impression isn’t just not funny, it’s a legitimately bad impression. Like it is just really poorly done. Trump is a very funny character, with a lot of weird or unique mannerisms and patterns of speech. Theoretically, he should be very easy to do an impression of.
The problem is that with these late night people, their vitriol has overwhelmed them. That is particularly true of Kimmel and O’Colbert. O’Fallon seems less vitriolic – Trump’s description of him as a “lost soul” is good. He tried to act normal with Trump, to act like a normal person, and then got attacked for “humanizing him” – as if Trump is not a human – and then cried like a baby about how people were hurting his feelings and he didn’t know what to do.
Fallon told the Hollywood Reporter’sAwards Chatter’ Podcast this week that he “made a mistake” during the Sept. 15, 2016, episode and would do the Trump interview differently if he could.
“I did not do it to ‘normalize’ him or to say I believe in his political beliefs or any of that stuff,” Fallon said.
“It was definitely a down time,” Fallon told the outlet. “There’s 300 people that work here, and so when people are talking that bad about you and ganging up on you, in a really gang-mentality…”
Fallon admitted he fell into a depression over backlash he received from the Trump interview.
“You go, ‘Alright, we get it. I heard you. You made me feel bad. So now what? Are you happy? I’m depressed. Do you want to push me more? What do you want me to do? You want me to kill myself? What would make you happy? Get over it.’” the NBC funnyman added.
“I’m sorry. I don’t want to make anyone angry — I never do and I never will. It’s all in the fun of the show. I made a mistake. I’m sorry if I made anyone mad. And, looking back, I would do it differently.”
Trump told him to man up and stop acting like a little bitch.
.@jimmyfallon is now whimpering to all that he did the famous “hair show” with me (where he seriously messed up my hair), & that he would have now done it differently because it is said to have “humanized” me-he is taking heat. He called & said “monster ratings.” Be a man Jimmy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 25, 2018
The amazing thing is that there is no pro-Trump late night show.
There are no pro-Trump shows at all, despite the fact that half of America is pro-Trump. There was Roseanne. And it was the number one show on TV.
But there isn’t Roseanne anymore, is there?
The reason is that if there were pro-Trump shows, it would be a lot more than half the population supporting Trump.
The Jews who control the entertainment media, like the Jews who control the news media, are willing to sacrifice profits in order to push their radical Jewish agenda.
Any single random cable news network could give Norm MacDonald a late night show, and I would bet my entire Bitcoin wallet that it would not only outrank every other show, but get at least double the numbers of the second place show and possibly have better ratings than all of the shows combined.
(Watch this interview, it’s important – this guy is very sharp. “You can’t parody self-parody” is a brilliant observation – the media has hit a wall trying to do that to me personally – and to even be aware that Trump is doing self-parody pretty much all the time takes an intelligent person.)
But no network will do that.
Because they are all run by Jews.
Fox isn’t technically run by Jews – and they don’t even have a late night talk show right now – but they know that if they put Norm on and he did a show that appealed to Trump people that the entirety of international Jewry would come down on them like a tsunami.
(For those who are too young to remember, Norm was on Saturday Night Live and was the single funniest comedian of the 1990s, but was blacklisted by Jews. He could right now be the single most famous comedian and TV host on earth, but he refused to stop doing jokes about OJ Simpson and Bill Clinton murdering people.)
Trump really is experiencing something very similar to the Daily Stormer, just on a totally different scale. The media will not allow him to be represented. As we saw with Roseanne, they will shut down any single thing that does represent him, despite how much money they are making.
It’s an incredible situation, really.