"Ted Cruz is not human—he's a moist, gelatinous tubeworm whose elastic band pants are filled with an inky discharge every time he speaks," Kimmel said in his Monday night moologue.
The former NBA star said he had been on a double date in 1997 when he witnessed something really strange.
"I wouldn't be out there doing this if it wasn't 100 percent real," Lindell told Steve Bannon on his podcast.
"Do you believe in Bigfoot?" the comedian and talk show host asked Lindell.
"Somehow a simple pillow salesman from Minnesota got to the bottom of the deepest conspiracy in the history of American politics," Jimmy Kimmel said introducing the MyPillow CEO.
The entrepreneur's new social network, which is billed as "the voice of free speech," has been beset by problems.
The MyPillow CEO's social media site has been hit with numerous technical issues since its launch last week
Trump's statement continued, "ALSO, BRING BACK A GREAT HOST. These television people spend all their time thinking about how to promote the Democrat Party, which is destroying our Country and cancel Conservatives and Republicans. That formula certainly hasn't worked very well for The Academy."
Kimmel previously joked about the livestream on Monday, saying: "What Mike Lindell doesn't seem to understand is, I am his biggest fan. I have no idea what he is doing but I love it."
The late-night host described the situation as "kind of unbelievable but also par for the course."
"I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that there is a possibility―just a possibility, mind you―that this medieval selective breeding program might be racist," Stephen Colbert joked.
"All this disgusting stuff keeps coming out and you're like 'Oh my god when is this going to end?' Kimmel said, mocking Trump's CPAC speech.
"The frontrunner for worst human of 2021 is working to defeat the Equality Act right now," Kimmel said in his Thursday night monologue.
"They're suing him for spreading misinformation about their machines, and apparently, they had a heck of a time serving him with papers," Kimmel joked on Tuesday night.
"And where was Mr. Texas while his constituents are suffering?" Kimmel asked viewers. "Well, there he is, snake on a plane right there!"
The late-night host weighed in on the end of Donald Trump's second impeachment trial on Tuesday night, with special attention given to the Senate minority leader.
The late-night host's comments came amid the Wall Street frenzy that saw amateur investors from Reddit's WallStreetBets community disrupt hedge funds last week by taking on those short-selling GameStop stocks.
Marjorie Taylor Greene has sparked outrage after a clip of her confronting Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg emerged.
"What QAnon members experienced yesterday was the equivalent of leaving cookies out for Santa and in the morning, finding them untouched," Kimmel said on Thursday night.
Jimmy Kimmel expressed his relief at the end of the Trump era on Wednesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
"Working for Trump and expecting to get paid is like having dinner with Chris Christie and expecting a doggie bag," Kimmel joked on Thursday night.
"So maybe save that dose for someone else," Kimmel said Thursday night in a scathing rant about the vice president.
The late-night host lambasted Donald Trump's lawyer, mocking her for not wearing a mask before contracting COVID-19, and for attending a Christmas party at the White House
Billy Eichner, Shakina, and more all knocked NBC's decision to hold the town hall. A group of other celebrities sent a letter to three executives asking to change the town hall.
Emmys 2020 was an audience-less, contactless, socially distanced television extravaganza in the age of coronavirus.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" leads the charge with a bunch of Emmy Nominations.
Many conservative Twitter accounts are jumping on the cancel culture bandwagon in an attempt to discredit celebrities who have been vocal opposers of President Donald Trump.
"There is nothing more important to me than your respect, and I apologize to those who were genuinely hurt or offended by the makeup I wore or the words I spoke," the late night show host said.
Kimmel recently came under fire for a parody song where he used the n-word and sketches from "The Man Show," where he performed in blackface.