WATCH: Disturbing Video of Jimmy Kimmel Going Viral

October 12, 2017

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In recent months, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has been deemed “America’s conscience,” the voice for the disenfranchised and the nation’s moral compass, after his impassioned monologues on health care and gun control went viral. But a vulgar comedian like Kimmel can only be “America’s conscience” for so long before his past comes back to bite him.

A video has resurfaced that shows Kimmel trying to get women to grope his crotch. The disturbing video hass gone viral in the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment and assault scandal.

Even as many male celebrities are speaking out against the Weinstein for his sexual improprieties over the years, unflattering footage of these same men is coming out. Kimmel is no exception.

Jimmy Kimmel: “Guess what it is in my pants”

As part of the comedian’s “man on the street” interviews in Comedy Central’s The Man Show, Kimmel is seen approaching young women and asking them to start groping his crotch to find out what is inside his pants.

Speaking to a young woman, Kimmel says, “I’ve stuffed something in my pants, and you’re welcome to feel around on the outside of the pants. You have then ten seconds to guess what it is in my pants.” Once the participant begins to feel around his crotch, Kimmel encourages the girl to “use two hands.”

Another blonde is then seen on her knees. Kimmel suggests, “It would be easier if you put your mouth on it.”

Kimmel later asks a young girl how old she is. When she says 18, Kimmel attempts to verify her age, adding “’cause Uncle Jimmy doesn’t need to do time.”

At the end, he asks another girl what she thinks is in his pants. She says a vibrator, but it turns out to be a zucchini with a rubber band on it.

Austen Fletcher, a popular YouTuber and host of “Fleccas Talks,” posted the old clip of Kimmel. The video, shown here, has generated more than 12,000 retweets and about 13,000 likes:

Austen Fletcher on Twitter

More gems from #Kimmel. Here he has women feel his crotch to guess what he stuffed in his pants. KIMMEL: “You should put your mouth on it”

Jimmy Kimmel attacks Weinstein…and Trump?

Kimmel denounced Weinstein in a monologue on Monday’s edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live. But what made it odd was that he attacked President Donald Trump as well.

Kimmel said:

Harvey Weinstein was a Clinton supporter, and listen, it’s true.

I’m not defending Hillary Clinton. Fact is, her campaign did take money from what turned out to be a high-profile man who’s been accused of sexual harassment multiple times. And not just one of them, by the way. She took money from two of them: Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump, who donated to Hillary’s campaign in 2008.

So anyway, note to [Donald Trump, Jr.], next time you’re defending your father and you think it’s a good idea to draw a comparison between him and a freshly accused sexual predator? Don’t. It doesn’t help.

The left often claims to be the crusader for justice, virtue and all that is good. But when they, or their allies, are exposed as hypocrites, they deflect it without fail into some grievance about President Trump.

Another leftist celebrity has been caught acting in a deplorable manner. A 2004 video shows actor and filmmaker Ben Affleck groping actress and former Total Request Live host Hilarie Burton.

Affleck suggests her to go topless for the interview, mocks individuals with cerebral palsy and continues touching her inappropriately. Soon after the video went viral, Affleck apologized for the incident.

Ben Affleck on Twitter

I acted inappropriately toward Ms. Burton and I sincerely apologize

It’s more than clear, by now, that left-leaning Hollywood has a huge sexual harassment problem. Even as many of the Hollywood elite, including Weinstein himself, marched “for women” and excoriated President Trump, in the end they’re being exposed as what they are: hypocrites.

Andrew Moran

Andrew has written extensively on economic, finance and political issues for more than a decade. Andrew writes for Liberty Nation, and Economic Collapse News. He is the author of "The War on Cash."