As the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) kicked off, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel used his monologue to attack the attendees as both “fascist” and “racist.”
Kimmel declared that “In Washington, the fascist and the furious have gathered to praise their lord and savior, Donald Trump, at the annual CPAC convention. This is a convention for all your worst aunts and uncles.” He then turned his attention to President Trump, noting that “Mar-a-Loudo is performing on Saturday night. He’s giving a big speech, he said, ‘I will be at CPAC on Saturday, talking about the fact that obviously, our country is going to ´hell,’ and how to fix it.”
But Kimmel soon returned to his attacks on CPAC attendees, saying that, “This CPAC event, it’s kind of hard to explain, every, like, low-rent radio host and podcast racist with a dye job and a fleece vest shows up to try to out-crazy each other.” He also derided Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana by playing a satirical ad for a Kennedy comedy tour featuring many Kennedy-isms.
It’s clear that liberal media is afraid of the 2024 election because they know that Joe Biden is unfit to run again. They are trying to discredit and demoralize conservatives by labeling them as “fascist” and “racist” in order to boost their own candidate’s chances in the upcoming election.
However, the GOP is not afraid of 2024. We know that the conservative agenda is the right agenda for America. CPAC is a testament to that, as it brings together thousands of conservatives every year to discuss and debate their views.
Kimmel’s monologue speaks volumes about the liberal media’s fear and desperation. Despite his best efforts to discredit conservatives, the truth is that the GOP will go into the 2024 election with a strong candidate and a unified message. So the liberal media’s attempts to sway the public opinion with their baseless attacks on CPAC attendees are doomed to fail.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.