Jimmy Kimmel’s Tough Guy Twitter Threat to Aaron Rodgers over Epstein Claims!

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Tex Hollywood - January 3, 2024

Jimmy Kimmel is probably one of the least funny, almost offensively unfunny personalities on TV. It's one of those what did he sell to get his TV show.

Maybe it's a what do they have on him that allows him to be their well paid and very well behaved puppet.

There was a time when he had the Man Show, where girls with big bobs were jumping on trampolines like he was some kind of misogynist that was able to spin that into being in the homes of everyone in America nightly, without being cancelled and that's pretty masterful, especially when his team of writers and I guess himself are seemingly talentless hacks.

Well, in being a total wimp he's taken to twitter to defend himself and threaten legal action against the one and only, Aaron Rodgers.

The angry tweet, one could call a "Karen" tweet from a man with no testicles, was a little "stand down or I'll call my lawyer on you", which is the equivalent in power as "do you know who my dad is" and since it is on social media it's even more embarrassing because there's a papertrail of the CUCKPOWER.

The angry tweet was triggered when Aaron Rodgers was on the Pat McAffee show talking about the Epstein list that is supposed to be released, saying the Jimmy Kimmel doesn't want that list to come out, implying that Kimmel was on the plane to the island, or on the island, or even an associate of Epstein.

Kimmel's tweet, in typical unfunny Kimmel form, was likely written, ran past the PR and Legal team and then read over a dozen more times before clicking the "post it" button, all excited that he won this internet flame war.

It read:

“Dear Aasshole: for the record, I’ve not met, flown with, visited, or had any contact whatsoever with Epstein, nor will you find my name on any ‘list’ other than the clearly-phony nonsense that soft-brained wackos like yourself can’t seem to distinguish from reality. Your reckless words put my family in danger. Keep it up and we will debate the facts further in court.”

The story has gone viral because Kimmel clearly can't take a joke, which makes sense since he can't make a joke either.

Here's the tweet, which you'd have to think is a performative way to deal with a serious legal issue, making me thing it's just more noise to divide everyone and possibly part of an elaborate joke that Kimmel is working on. I guess we'll see how it pans out.

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