Late night host Jimmy Kimmel had lots to say to President Trump and elected officials during his monologue after the tragic mass shooting in Florida.
Kimmel agreed with what Trump had to say in his speech Thursday that "no child, no teacher should ever be in danger in an American school," and offered a way to fix the problem.
"Tell your buddies in Congress, all the family men who care so much about their communities-that what we need are real laws that do everything possible to keep assault rifles out of the hands of people who are going to shoot our kids," suggested Kimmel.
Kimmel also asked viewers to visit Everytown.org to contact their representatives about guns and concluded, "If they don't listen, vote them out of office."
So why doesn't Kimmel care if he alienates Trump voters and the majority of Americans who are anti-gun control?
1) He's realizes, after his pro-Obamacare rant, that impassioned pleas for left-wing causes ensure that he will go viral thus upping his ratings and
2) Speaking of ratings, most liberal viewers are concentrated in big cities. So Kimmel notches big numbers in Los Angeles and New York, and doesn't really care who is watching in Davenport.
Sadly, late night comedy is dead. Late night hosts have realized that they don't need to be funny, they only need to provide confirmation bias to big audiences in big liberal cities.