BREAKING: Jimmy Kimmel Just Got Involved Again!!

Late Night host Jimmy Kimmel has decided to step into the world of politics once again and is misleading his viewers in his attempt.

As reported by dailycaller.com
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday deleted a video clip from Twitter and YouTube that falsely informed viewers that a proposed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rule would force them to pay hundreds of dollars to complain to the FCC.


“The FCC is considering a plan that would require U.S. citizens to pay $225 to make a complaint. So, if you’re mad about how high your cable bill is, soon you can pay the government $225 to complain about it,” the host of ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” told his viewers Wednesday night.

“Boy they really have the fingers on the pulse of us, don’t they? It’s shameless, really. Time and time again this administration, they side with the big corporations over people,” the comedian riffed. He then acted out a skit in which a coffee shop customer had to pay $225 to complain about a barista spitting in his drink.

Americans aren’t charged to file informal complaints through the FCC Consumer Complaint Center, a fact that won’t change under any rule being considered by the FCC.

It also already costs $225 for consumers to file a formal complaint — a process the FCC describes as similar to a court proceeding — and the proposed language change wouldn’t have affected that, either.

Kimmel blamed the current FCC for pre-existing policies, while misrepresenting how those policies work. His critique was similar to Democratic talking points about the rule change — talking points that The Washington Post found clashed with the facts. (The Post also noted Thursday that the FCC appears to be backing off the change for now.)

Kimmel tweeted out a video of the segment on Thursday but later deleted it from Twitter following complaints about the segment’s inaccuracy. Kimmel’s show also removed the clip from its official YouTube channel.

An ABC spokesperson did not return a request for comment regarding Kimmel’s misinformation and the deleted videos.


What are your thoughts? Does Jimmy Kimmel have any clue what he is talking about? Please share and comment.



Posted Thursday, July 12, 2018

Granny 3 days ago (report)

That thing is so stupid he should be encased in a block of ice and kept there until he grows up.

Can’t call him human because he doesn’t have a heart or a brain. But since he likes the liberals and they don’t like genders we’ll just call him a blob on the face of the earth.

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Anonymous b6917b 3 days ago (report)

just like the rest of these celeb idiots with a platform what they are creating a big part of us that dont watch them anymore and believe none of their crap huh

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Nancy N. Landis 2 days ago (report)

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wasntme 2 days ago (report)

more misinformation being spread by the minion.

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Jamie J. Becnel 2 days ago (report)

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