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Yesterday Jimmy Kimmel’s Tuesday night monologue criticizing the Graham-Cassidy health care bill — and Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA), co-sponsor of that “scam” — erupted into a nationwide debate. Cassidy and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) both appeared on television to defend their radical legislation, while other Republican voices piped up to attack Kimmel.

The insouciant Kimmel responded with fresh and funny barbs, aimed not only at the two Senators but also Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, too. (They won’t recover anytime soon.)

Nor did the comedian let viewers off easily. Stop texting for a minute, Kimmel told his audience — and call the Senators whose votes can stop this travesty. It was good advice. And he posted their Capitol Hill phone numbers to make it simple.

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