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Ben Shapiro destroys identity politics position taken by Jimmy Kimmel after Las Vegas shooting (Video)

The Jimmy Kimmel gun grab.

Ben Shapiro had many issues with the false narrative presented by Jimmy Kimmel during his late night monologue on the Las Vegas shooter and America’s gun control laws.

For Shapiro, this all comes down to the Left’s goal of complete gun “confiscation,” which, even if enacted into law, would not prevent mass shooting like Sunday’s Vegas tragedy.

Newsbusters reports…

Almost two weeks after demolishing Jimmy Kimmel over his asinine health-care tirades, conservative star and podcast host Ben Shapiro obliterating the ABC late-night host on Tuesday for an “abhorrent, “gross,” and “nasty”gun control rant touting confiscation and mauling those against his views as monstrous.

“Jimmy Kimmel should not cheered for what he did last night. Jimmy Kimmel should be asked to provide the evidence for his suppositions rather than the evidence for his emotions. Again, I believe he’s sincere. Sincerity does not make what you’re saying smart,” Shapiro argued at the end of his podcast, which featured over 20 minutes on Kimmel’s post-Las Vegas shooting rant.

Shapiro noted at the onset that “Kimmel did something last night that I find truly abhorrent” which was discard any and all facts as part of his effort to “become the social justice king of late-night television” and “all-heart representation of all leftist causes.”

Key highlights via The Gateway Pundit

Shapiro on leftists dividing America:

“Last night, he did a long shitck about gun control that was entirely based on emotion and it was really nasty. It was really nasty. I don’t think it was nasty because he doesn’t care. He cares. It’s really nasty because he’s suggesting that you and I don’t care. It doesn’t matter that you lost sleep last night and I lost sleep because of what happened. It doesn’t matter that we’re all heartbroken over what happened. We don’t agree with Jimmy Kimmel’s evidence-less suggestions about gun control. That means that we don’t care. We are bad people. You want to know why the country is not unified? It’s because of stuff like this. It’s not because we disagree on policy. We’ve been disagreeing about policy forever. It’s because there are certain people in the American public discourse who feel it necessary to impute bad motives to people who disagree and that’s what Kimmel’s doing here.”

Shapiro on Kimmel’s take about AR-15s:

“So, number one, the Founders would have wanted us to have AR-15s because the fact is, back in the day, all the weapons that people had were military grade weapons, right? A musket was a military-grade weapon. Now, AR-15s aren’t military grade…Civilian guns are very different from military-issued guns. For him to say the Second Amendment doesn’t cover things like AR-15s — a semi-automatic rifle, is akin to me saying the First Amendment doesn’t cover TV because the Founders hadn’t seen a TV, would never know what it’d look like, and don’t understand how it works. It’s a silly argument. As far as the idea that ARs aren’t used for home defense, again, asinine. I have a bunch of friends who use ARs for home defense.”

Shapiro on the NRA:

“The reason the American people are not willing to — to elect representatives to repeal some of the Second Amendment rights is because we’re not willing to do that, not because the NRA is bribing people. It’s amazing. Democrats never make this argument about unions that give tons of cash to Democrats that unions are bribing people but they make this argument about the NRA that is actively not bribing people….This is what passes for brilliance and common sense in Hollywood.”

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