Sanders demands gun control while standing behind safety of armed guards

 | – MARCH 14, 2018

Bernie Sanders was escorted by armed guards as he addressed an anti-gun march in Washington, DC.

Sanders live-streamed himself and his entourage of armed Capitol Police at the event on Wednesday while he waded through a crowd of gun control proponents:

At several times during the live stream, the guards blocked students from getting too close to Sanders.

Sanders likely felt well-protected by his Glock-carrying guards as he told marchers to have “courage to take out the NRA.”

It seems that Sanders wants gun control for everyone – except for his own security detail, a luxury a majority of Americans cannot afford.

Other gun control proponents also enjoy the security of armed guards, like late night host Jimmy Kimmel, for example, who actually beefed up his security over the past year due to the increasingly political nature of his show, including his demands for gun control.

“Ever since the late-night show host began crusading against the effort by President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act, there have been ‘incidents with Trump supporters’ that have forced him to increase security at his show tapings,” reported Mercury News. “In response, ‘the show has increased personnel at both the front and back entrances. This personnel consists of highly-trained, off-duty police officers.’”

Nearly every celebrity advocate of gun control has armed bodyguards.

Old Clip Resurfaces of Kimmel Having Women Guess What’s In His Pants: Maybe ‘Put Your Mouth On It’

by  | 12:29 pm, October 11th, 2017

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the skeletons in other celebrities’ closets have been coming out.

Twitter user Austen Fletcher shared an old clip of Jimmy Kimmel (from The Man Show) playing a game with women on the street where they had to guess what’s in his pants using their hands.

It’s worth noting that the women in the clip voluntarily played this game for a comedy bit, and is not equatable with Weinstein’s actions (despite what some on social media have insinuated).

He suggested one woman “use two hands” and jokingly said “maybe it’d be easier if you put your mouth on it.”

Kimmel asked another woman how old she was, which she said 18.

“Are you sure?” Kimmel replied. “Because Uncle Jimmy doesn’t need to do time.”

When one of his contestants was aggressively feeling around his pants, he told her “You’re gonna make a fine wife.”

In the end, he revealed what he had in his pants: a zucchini with a rubber band on it.

Kimmel has gotten a lot of attention lately for weighing in on the health care debate and pushing for gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre.