Secretary Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different views on just about everything. Jimmy always wonders about whether people are really paying attention to those issues or not.
For the most part, he thinks it doesn’t matter what a candidate says, it just matters which candidate says it. To put this theory to the test, we asked diehard members of Team Hillary if they agreed with some stuff Hillary has said. But the quotes we asked about were not from Hillary, they were actually quotes from Donald Trump. So will these Democrats agree with Donald Trump?
Ted Cruz joked about his fantasy of running over Donald Trump in his car when he was on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show Wednesday night! The mainstream media in conjunction with social media platforms, has been hoping to incite psychos to attempt to assassinate Trump in order to stop him from winning the Republican nomination and becoming president. John Kasich’s co-chair joked about killing trump, saying “you gotta take him out with a head shot,” and death threats made by anti-trump thugs on social media and YouTube are largely ignored by the selective enforcement of the terms of service as the liberal puppet masters continue to create a climate they hope will incite someone to murder Donald Trump. If anything anywhere close to these kinds of statements or “jokes” were made about Hillary Clinton, people would be arrested, and the liberal media would be destroying people’s careers. The sickening double standard is clear. Report by media analyst Mark Dice.
BY KIPP JONES
Secretary of State John Kerry met with a number of major film studio heads on Tuesday for a discussion about how the movie industry can help fight narratives being pushed abroad by the Islamic State.
The 90-minute meeting, which was organized by Universal Pictures head Jeff Shell, was held at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.
The conference included a “brainstorming session” that included an exchange of ideas on how to involve storytellers in regions affected by the terror group, according to industry outlet Variety.
A source who attended the meeting told Variety the top film executives also exchanged observations on the international film and TV marketing and how it relates to sharing narratives across cultures.
“Let’s figure out how to involve people who are there,” the attendee told the outlet.
Kerry tweeted a photo of the meeting on Tuesday; however, he referred to the terror group as “Daesh,” which is a pejorative term used to describe the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL).
“Great convo w studio execs in LA. Good to hear their perspectives & ideas of how to counter #Daesh narrative,” Secretary Kerry wrote from his official Twitter account.
The British, French, and some Arabic governments use Daesh, as opposed to ISIS/ISIL, so as to not directly associate the terror group with Islam.
Kerry and Shell were joined at the conference by executives from Warner Bros., DreamWorks, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Amblin Partners, and NBCUniversal.
Chris Dodd, the chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) also attended the meeting.
Jeff Shell is the chair of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, for which Kerry is a board member.
While in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Kerry stopped by the set of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!for an interview. He tweeted:
BY KAITLAN COLLINS
Jimmy Kimmel sent a camera crew out to Los Angeles to find Hillary Clinton supporters and ask them about her tax plan, but what they didn’t know is that they were being asked about Donald Trump’s plan instead, and the late night host tricked them into endorsing Trump.
In the clip, the cameraman asks the Clinton supporters if they agree with her policy to cut corporate taxes and get rid of the alternative minimum tax — all Trump’s ideas — and every person agrees.
Just wait until you see their faces when they find out it’s not hers.
Host Jimmy Kimmel of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” sent his team out into the field Wednesday to ask random strangers if they thought President Barack Obama is a Muslim.
Citing a Public Policy poll stating that the majority of Republicans believe that President Obama is a Muslim, Kimmel got a lot of very interesting and hilarious responses.