Jimmy Kimmel’s Past Comes Back To Haunt Him In Ugly And Embarrassing Way (Video)

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Jimmy Kimmel has spent the better part of two years bashing President Trump. Trump sells and Trump bashing sells big in today’s media climate, so one can almost understand it.

But Trump is not the only one under the gun these days – it seems the whole Democratic party has skeletons falling out of its closet.

Nasty skeletons, the kind the hypocrites on the left always claimed existed deep within the GOP.

Turns out the left is lousy with racial hypocrites and it will cost them – they will no longer be able to paint the right as racists to scare the minority vote into throwing their lot in with the Democrats. More and more minority voters are realizing they have been conned by their liberal friends.

And Hollywood too. From Fox News:

Despite the controversy surrounding Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam dominating the news cycle for days, late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon avoided the subject in their monologues on Monday night.

On Friday, Northam’s yearbook page from the East Virginia Medical school in 1984 went viral because it included an image of someone in blackface and another in a KKK robe.

After apologizing and taking responsibility that night, Northam changed course the following morning, claiming he wasn’t either of the two people in the photo. He did, however, admit to wearing blackface when entering a dance competition as Michael Jackson that same year.

While Northam’s racist yearbook page and bizarre press conference led national news and were mocked by several late-night hosts, they were left unmentioned by Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, both of whom have worn blackface on comedy skits.

Kimmel wore blackface on numerous occasions, impersonating NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone as well as former daytime talk show host Oprah Winfrey in his Comedy Central series “The Man Show.”

Fallon also appeared in blackface during his days on “Saturday Night Live,” impersonating Chris Rock in a sketch. (The sketch was not available on the “SNL” site but some snippets have been used in various related parody sketches like the one below.)