Projection: Kimmel, Meyers Falsely Claim GOPers Are Triggered by Biden Attacking Doocy

Even though Peter Doocy, Fox White House correspondent and President Biden have moved on from the former Most often, the former. “a stupid son of a bitch” on Monday, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel and NBC’s Seth Meyers decided on Thursday to spend nearly 15 minutes falsely claiming that the Republican Party has spent the week obsessing over Biden’s expletive when, in reality, it’s the far-left “comics” who seem to have nothing else to talk about.

Kimmel spent large portions of his monologue fixating on Donald Trump (because leftists miss him terribly), but he took time to lash out at Newsmax’s Rob Schmitt for knocking his comments from Monday’s showDoocy “is indeed a dumb son of a bitch.”



The ABC host said, without any evidence. “Doocy of the Fox Imaginary News Channel” isn’t “a reporter, but” It is not a complete list. “guy who puts on a little show”While “ask[ing] stupid non-questions to waste everyone’s time.”

Reacting to a clip of Schmitt praising Doocy’s questions, Kimmel called him “Dipschmitt” and jokingly wondered: “[W]ithout hard-hitting, conservative heroes like Peter Doocy, who would stand up to ask our leaders tough and meaningful questions like this?”

Before insisting “both sides of the aisle” find Doocy to be a “stupid”Kimmel provided three clips from the Psaki Show (plus one that was about Trump in 2017) which were a self-own. The clips were normal, on topics such as harassment of officials and government surveillance.

Over on NBC, Meyers’s faux comedy act dithered away for 11 minutes and 13 seconds, claiming “Republicans and right-wing pundits who support Donald Trump have spent the last few days pretending to be outraged over a hot-mic moment in which President Biden insulted a Fox News reporter.”

Earth to Seth: If you spend more than eleven minutes on a television show blaming people or groups of people because they are (allegedly) obsessed with one thing, it is worse for you.

Meyers stated that the Doocy Story illustrated why Senate Democrats needed to rush through a pick, despite the fact that Stephen Breyer has retired from the Supreme Court. “once again proved in order to be a Trump supporter, you have to lobotomize the part of your brain responsible for shame.”

To be clear, Meyers is referring to over 75 million Americans, but because Meyers possesses deep-seated hatred for people whom he differs on policy and voting, it’s all well and good for the press.

Meyers reiterated that half the voting population consists of braindead invalids, insisting they collectively believe that “Trump learned his lesson” after each and every controversial tweet.

Discussing Biden’s expletive, Meyers joked it was “pretty sweet” and akin to the President being “cut off on the interstate” or how “two old guys greet each other.”

Meyers included a throwaway line about how presidents shouldn’t insult people, but quickly explained it was fine because (a) Doocy asked “a stupid question” and (b) he’s not Donald Trump, who lashed out at reporters for not doing things like covering “deranged conspiracy theories about the Biden family” (and specifically Hunter Biden’s laptop) (click “expand”):

MEYERS – Now, in an ideal world, the President would never insult reporters or anyone else, but it seems that this was a ridiculous question. Biden really thinks inflation is a political liability. He is what? “No, no, I think it’s good that gas and ground beef are more expensive. I’m gonna cruise to re-election on the strength of Subway’s $6 foot-long.” [LAUGHTER]All in all though, I must say that Doocy as well as Biden did a great job handling this situation. Doocy laughed it off, said he wasn’t owed an apology and Biden called him to tell him, “it’s nothing personal, pal,” which does strike me as kind of a non-apology apology. You called him “a stupid son of a bitch.” [LAUGHTER]It didn’t have to be personal. Business? [LAUGHTER] “That’s how we seal the deal in Scranton. You agree to the terms, shake hands, look each other in the eye and say, ‘you stupid son of a bitch.’” [LAUGHTER] But let’s just get the false equivalency out of the way: No, this isn’t even remotely like Trump, who repeatedly whipped his crazed fans into a frenzy by hurling insults at reporters and calling them the enemy of the people. Calming someone an idiot and then making an apology isn’t the same as calling them a criminal and then throwing insults at them and threats to imprison or change their laws. I could give countless examples of this, but here’s just one — random one I happen to like, when Trump called a reporter a criminal in 2020 for not reporting on his deranged conspiracy theories about the Biden family during the election.

JEFF MASON [on 10/19/20]Biden is a criminal, according to your campaign strategy. Why? 

TRUMP [ON 10/19/20]The man is a criminal. He was arrested. You can read his laptop to see who is a criminal. For not reporting the crime, you are a criminal. For not reporting it, you are guilty of a crime. I will tell you this. Joe Biden has been accused of being a felon, which is why he was elected to the Senate. Have a great time, everyone! [LAUGHTER]

MEYERS: You can’t make them have fun if you label them criminals. It’s impossible to have fun with them if you are at the Legion of Doom Christmas party.

Meyers’s bitter rant wound down with two attacks against Republican congressmen who commented on the incident and a tiresome conclusion that, based on his worldview of the right, “[t]This is one of those moments, seemingly insignificant, that actually reveal something at the core of Republican politics today: You must have no shame to be a Republican.[.]”

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For ABC and NBC, click here and here to see transcripts for January 26th and 27th.

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