One of his favourite ways to drive home how clueless a lot of Americans are about issues like healthcare and, um, life in general is via his regular Jimmy Kimmel Live segment ‘Eye Witness News’: it basically involves his people taking to the streets to see how much folks
don’t know about different stuff.
His latest street survey could be the best one yet, because he very easily convinced a bunch of people on the streets of New York that various characters i.e. Neville Longbottom of Harry Potter, Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum, were legit members of Congress.
Retired NBA star Karl Malone and former US President Grover Cleveland, WHO DIED IN 1908, also got a look-in as apparent sitting members.
Here’s the video, but don’t watch it unless you want to knock a couple of points off your IQ.
“Representative Longbottom, please bring the jobs back to the US; support our farmers and our small businessmen.”
It proves that a) a lot of people with the strongest opinions on politics have no idea what the fuck they’re talking about, and b) Neville Longbottom has come a long way.
Via Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Image via Whooptee.