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Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Bill Cosby for Defending Convicted Sex Offender R. Kelly

Source: newsweek.com 9/30/21

Bill Cosby has been criticized by Jimmy Kimmel for defending R. Kelly after the singer’s conviction for racketeering and sex trafficking.

Cosby faced his own fall from grace in 2018, when he was convicted of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault. However, Cosby was released from prison in June this year, after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacated his conviction.

“I Believe I Can Fly” singer Kelly—whose full name is Robert Sylvester Kelly—is now awaiting sentencing after his conviction in a New York court on Monday. Prosecutors said the 54-year-old had sexually abused women, girls and boys for many years.

But Cosby, through his spokesperson Andrew Wyatt, has expressed support for Kelly. On Tuesday, Wyatt was asked by TMZ what the 84-year-old former comedian thought about the conviction. Wyatt replied: “We talked about it today, and the first thing he said was, ‘Look, the guy was railroaded.’

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Because we live in California with all these famous celebrities, ACSOL needs to form a unit that strictly targets celebrities, we need to start reaching out to all these celebrities going through today’s cancel culture it wouldn’t hurt haveing a multi millionaire on are side.

Good luck

Last edited 18 days ago by AERO1

Sure, and then we can get Stephen Paddock (Vegas Mass shooter) to do a PSA for gun control………………No “Celeb” is going to stick out their neck for the cause. They can still make money. I give exhibit #1, Mike Tyson.

I have already communicated with Mike T about the issue. He’s active in NY but focused on criminal justice reform. He literally has a guy who fills out his registration form for him, and he just signs it.

I’ve said it before: Make the registry a racial issue. The liberals who support the registry largely think it’s full of frat boys and rich men (thanks to Law and Order SVU). Just type an urban zip code into any state’s registry and you’ll see it light up like a Christmas tree. Non-whites are disproportionately affected by the registry with severe consequences for employment and housing. “Age of consent” is an English invention from its Victorian days of empire and every non-white culture on Earth (and many white ones) has different standards. Does that mean these standards are wrong? Not necessarily! But you need to educate and work with people, especially minority populations, so they can follow these ever-changing laws and without the devastation that mass incarceration and registries do to a population. Does that mean I think Kelly and Cosby are innocent? I have no idea! But throwing more men in prison or putting them on registries for life is only going to sow mistrust in minority communities. It’s things like this that led many black men to consider voting for Trump!

I bet Jimmy was supportive of President Clinton during his I didn’t have sex with that woman in the oral office. (Oops Oval).

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