Jimmy Kimmel Leads Liberal Freak After Elon Musk Said Donald Trump Should Be On Twitter

Jimmy Kimmel (pictured) led the liberal freak out after Elon Musk confirmed former President Donald Trump would be allowed back on Twitter.  He called the former president a

Jimmy Kimmel (pictured) led the liberal freak out after Elon Musk confirmed former President Donald Trump would be allowed back on Twitter.  He called the former president a

Jimmy Kimmel has made the liberal freak think about Donald Trump’s possible return to Twitter after Elon Musk confirmed the former president would be welcomed back once he completes his $44 billion takeover of the social media platform.

The late TV host poked fun at Trump during his opening monologue, calling the 75-year-old a “baby” as he weighed in on his Twitter ban reversal.

“Speaking of babies, Elon Musk says if his deal to buy Twitter goes through, he will roll back the ban on our newborn former president, Donald Trump,” he joked Tuesday night before quoting Musk calling the ban “morally bad and foolish” mentioned. †

‘Oh good! We have the part-time DJ making flamethrowers and cars who are now in charge of morality. The man who called his children Roman numerals will make sure they don’t do crazy things!’ he said of the billionaire.

Jimmy Kimmel (pictured) led the liberal freak out after Elon Musk confirmed former President Donald Trump would be allowed back on Twitter.  He called the former president a

Jimmy Kimmel (pictured) led the liberal freak out after Elon Musk confirmed former President Donald Trump would be allowed back on Twitter.  He called the former president a

Jimmy Kimmel (pictured) led the liberal freak out after Elon Musk confirmed former President Donald Trump would be allowed back on Twitter. He called the former president a “child” and called Musk a “part-time DJ who makes flamethrowers and cars fart like this.”

He went on to joke that Trump would need a cell phone to tweet, “which he claims he doesn’t have,” Kimmel joked, referring to the former president being scorned by a New York judge for failing to hand over four phones . as part of an investigation into his business deals.

Kimmel claimed the politician has since been fined $150,000 – $10,000 a day – what the prankster claimed was “you know, silencing porn stars, that’s serious money.”

Trump claimed he no longer had the phones and allowed his lawyers to search his various properties, but the devices never showed up.

Kimmel showed a series of video clips on his program in which Trump admitted he ‘throws’ [phones] off’ when he needs a new one.

“That’s exactly what he does with his wives,” Kimmel joked.

The overnight Liberal wasn’t the only Democrat willing to comment on their disappointment with the Twitter version.

Netflix producer for Colin in Black & White, Josiah Johnson, tweeted: “Elon Musk adds Trump back to Twitter” alongside a short video clip of a young man putting frozen French fries in a pan of water and huge flames erupting around the pan, which indicates that Hellstorm Johnson believes this will happen once the former president rejoins.

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Liberals took to Twitter to complain about Musk's decision to allow Trump to return to the social media platform, suggesting it should be 'inactive'

Liberals took to Twitter to complain about Musk's decision to allow Trump to return to the social media platform, suggesting it should be 'inactive'

Liberals took to Twitter to complain about Musk’s decision to allow Trump to return to the social media platform, suggesting it should be ‘inactive’

Former Ohio Congresswoman Nine Turner denounced Musk’s decision, as well as the decision not to hold Trump responsible until Jan. 6.

She wrote: “Donald Trump should not have a Twitter account because he should have already been held responsible for inciting an insurrection.”

A senior adviser to Truly American – a grassroots political organization – wrote: “Trump’s Twitter must remain in the same state as Eric Trump’s brain: inactive.”

Even longtime Trump supporter Kellyanne Conway — whose daughter famously posted the TikToks criticizing the then-president while her mother was still working for him — poked fun at liberals, writing: “Love all the people on Twitter who don’t do anything else all day long.” than attack Trump on Twitter and threaten to leave Twitter if Trump is back on Twitter.”

Even former Twitter board member and co-founder Jack Dorsey, who recently left the company, said Trump shouldn’t have been banned.

Despite the onslaught of liberal moans, Trump said last month that he had no intention of returning to the social platform, preferring to keep to himself, dubbed Truth Social.

“I’m not going on Twitter, I’m staying on the truth,” Trump said Fox news then. “I hope Elon buys Twitter because he’ll make improvements to it and he’s a good man, but I’m sticking to the truth.”

Representatives from Truth Social said the platform is “better than Twitter” and will have a positive impact in the social media world, but see it as a competition to Twitter.

They hope to list the company as part of a $3.5 billion special acquisition company (SPAC), though many potential users say they’ve struggled to sign up.

Kellyanne Conway, a longtime Trump supporter, poked fun at liberals by saying: 'Love all the people on Twitter who have nothing to do all day but attack Trump'

Kellyanne Conway, a longtime Trump supporter, poked fun at liberals by saying: 'Love all the people on Twitter who have nothing to do all day but attack Trump'

Kellyanne Conway, a longtime Trump supporter, poked fun at liberals by saying: ‘Love all the people on Twitter who have nothing to do all day but attack Trump’

‘I think it’s good. We want freedom, justice and fairness in our country, and the more we can have open the better, but no, I don’t see that as a competition for what I do,” he told Fox News last month.

“This is a platform for my voice. TRUTH is a platform for my voice and for my supporters.’

He also criticized Twitter, before Musk’s takeover, for censoring Republicans and restricting political conversations.

He said there were “no interactions” and that it “got boring because conservatives were thrown out or stepped off the platform when I left.”

Trump (pictured playing golf in April) said last month he would not rejoin Twitter and would rather stay on his own app Truth Social

Trump (pictured playing golf in April) said last month he would not rejoin Twitter and would rather stay on his own app Truth Social

Trump (pictured playing golf in April) said last month he would not rejoin Twitter and would rather stay on his own app Truth Social

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Musk called decision to ban Trump from Twitter 'morally bad and foolish'

Musk called decision to ban Trump from Twitter 'morally bad and foolish'

Musk called decision to ban Trump from Twitter ‘morally bad and foolish’

“It got boring because there was no interaction, the interaction on TRUTH was great,” he told Fox News.

“Truth Social will be a voice for me. And no one else can get that.’

Prior to the announcement, Musk hit Donald Trumprival service Truth Social for its “terrible name” last month.

“Truth Social (terrible name) exists because Twitter has censored free speech,” Musk wrote in a tweet, adding: “Should be called Trumpet instead!”

He noted that the Truth Social app currently beats Twitter and TikTok in Apple’s App Store, sharing the ranking of the most downloaded free apps.

Musk revealed in May that 18 investors had pledged to collectively raise more than $7 billion in equity to help fund his acquisition

His friend and co-founder of Oracle Corp, Larry Ellison, will invest $1 billion in the $44 billion buyout through his trust.

Musk said he had also received letters of commitment from investors including Sequoia Capital ($800 million) and Brookfield ($250 million) for $7.14 billion in funding.

The tech mogul has agreed to buy Twitter for $54.20 a share, a 38 percent premium to its closing price on April 1, the last trading day before announcing its roughly 9 percent stake in the platform.

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