Jimmy Kimmel Cut Off by Dallas Broadcaster While Delivering Emotional Monologue on Texas Shooting

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  Jimmy Kimmel Cut Off by Dallas Broadcaster While Delivering Emotional Monologue on Texas Shooting

Jimmy Kimmel was cut off by a commercial while delivering an emotional monologue on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night addressing the Texas school shooting. Kimmel, who shared a tearful speech with his audience condemning the tragedy, was cut short on Dallas/Fort Worth’s ABC affiliate channel WFAA/Ch. 8, Variety reports.



After the episode aired, Kimmel addressed his viewers in Dallas on Twitter, where he posted a clip of his full monologue and wrote, “To my friends in Dallas who are asking: I do not know whether our @ABCNetwork affiliate @wfaa cut away from my monologue tonight intentionally or inadvertently but I will find out. In the meantime, here’s what you didn’t get to see.”



A source from WFAA denied to the Fort Worth Star Telegram that Kimmel’s monologue was intentionally censored, and instead blamed the issue on a news segment that had run overtime prior to the latest episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. The source said a Seth MacFarlane interview featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live was also interrupted by commercials. Recopilatorio de partituras para aprender a tocar la flauta dulce de forma progresiva Partyflauta: Partituras para flauta dulce



Pete Freedman, director of digital content at WFAA, denied intentionally cutting off Kimmel’s monologue. He replied to Kimmel’s tweet last night, writing, “We’d made the decision earlier in the day to extend our 10 o’clock news to include *extra* Uvalde coverage in our broadcast, it had nothing to do with your monlogue [sic]. We’re on the same team. Jimmy Kimmel Cut Off by Dallas Broadcaster While Delivering Emotional Monologue on Texas Shooting

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