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Leftist Late-Night Hosts Beg Americans to Vote Against Donald Trump

Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and others targeted the president and Republicans on Monday night

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Leftist late-night hosts used Monday night at their last-ditch effort to pitch voting Democrat to the American people.

They pushed their usual anti-Trump “humor” and had agendas anyone could see from a mile out.

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah said helping Democrats have a victory in the midterms is really just a great way to get at President Donald Trump.

“I know I don’t need graphics to tell you why tomorrow is huge. If the Democrats take the house or the Democrats might even be able to see what’s inside his tax returns. Spoiler alert, it’s Hillary’s e-mails. So that’s if the Democrats win. But if the Democrats don’t win either house, then Trump will see that as a mandate,” Noah said.

“He will be, like, ‘oh, this means I should get even Trumpier. You feel that tie was too look before? We’re going ankle length, baby. Also concentration tamps, but mostly tie lengths.’ But I don’t know if it’s because to have the celebrities or the guy who used to fake fire celebrities, but judging by the early voting numbers, these midterms could have the highest turnout ever.”

Jimmy Kimmel cherrypicked statistics in order to make it sound like the country was dominated by leftists begging for bigger and bigger government.

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“We’ve been hearing how hopelessly divided Americans are. Are we really? In recent polls 87 percent want to protect Social Security and 70% support overall — 86 percent want to protect the 70 percent say immigration should be kept at current levels or increased. Sixty-eight percent favor stronger rules on financial industry. Seventy-six percent support higher taxes on the wealthy. Seventy-eight percent support paid family medical leave. Ninety-seven percent support universal background check. Fifty-nine percent say we need to do more to fight climate change. Sixty-eight percent say we can fight climate change and protect jobs. Sixty-two percent support — 77 percent want limits on how much people and organizations can contribute to political that doesn’t look so divided to me,” the comedian said.

He continued, “If that’s divided — that’s divided the way I mean — you know how that’s divided? That’s divided the same way Donald Trump divides up a bucket of chicken. Four for me, one for you. Four for me, here a wing for you. This is what Americans believe. You should vote for candidates who believe in those things instead of just picking a R [Republican] or D [Democrat].”

It’s nice that Kimmel gives a checklist of liberal stances a politician must support in order to earn a vote — but then he wraps a nice bow on his words by saying each person should vote for the individual who’s running — not the party.

Colbert went after some off-the-cuff remarks Trump gave a recent rally in which he discussed the #MeToo movement perhaps going to far and instilling fear in men.

It’s nice that Kimmel gives a checklist of liberal stances a politician must support in order to earn a vote — but then he wraps a nice bow on his words by saying each person should vote for the individual who’s running — not the party.

“You’re not allowed to use the word beautiful when you talk about women anymore — no, no, no, no — it’s politically incorrect. I will never ever call a woman beautiful again,” Trump said.

Colbert responded by saying, “But I’m happy to call them ‘horseface.’”

The late-night host was referring to the president’s feud with porn actress Stormy Daniels.

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