In what can only be called a complete and utter brainless idea, the powers-that-be at the TV game show “Jeopardy!” are likely to choose vulgar, divisive TDS hatemonger Ken Jennings as their permanent host to replace the beloved Alex Trebek.


Jennings, who is a previous winner of the popular game show, spent years as an online troll and bully, mocking and taunting Trump supporters, obsessively tweeting anti-Trump rhetoric, Russia hoax tweets, “race war” tweets, vulgar tweets about “sex, drugs, and 13-year-olds,” as well as commenting on the color of Trump’s penis.

It’s disturbing and disgusting beyond words.

When Jennings first threw his hat in the ring to try out for host of the show, he wrote an insulting apology, acting as if he was just making some jokes here and there.


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I just spent 20 minutes going through a small piece of his Twitter and it was endless pages of rude comments going years back about Trump, and his supporters.

At one point he was hoping if there was a war, the bombs would be dropped on “southerners.”

Just vile stuff.


The Federalist reported that “Jeopardy!” champion Ken Jennings is attempting to backtrack on years of insults hurled at conservatives and others on his Twitter feed in what some have speculated is a bid for the popular game show’s open host position.

Jennings, who is a Brett Kavanaugh rape truther and currently an interim host of “Jeopardy!” following the death of longtime host Alex Trebek in November, issued a statement on Twitter on Wednesday addressing any “insensitive” and “unartful” content he has shared in the past.

“Hey, I just wanted to own up to the fact that over the years on Twitter, I’ve definitely tweeted some unartful and insensitive things. Sometimes they worked as jokes in my head and I was dismayed to see how they read on-screen,” Jennings wrote, claiming he did not delete his tweets “just so they could be dunked on” and so he wouldn’t be “whitewashing.” He continued the thread by claiming it “wasn’t my intention to hurt anyone.”

“Sometimes I said dumb things in a dumb way and I want to apologize to people who were (rightfully!) offended,” the tweet read. “It wasn’t my intention to hurt anyone, but that doesn’t matter: I screwed up, and I’m truly sorry.”

Here’s just a small sampling of some of the filthy tweets Jennings has tweeted:

If you want to reach out and tell Jeopardy how you feel before they make a huge mistake and hire this divisive, vulgar, and hateful lunatic, you can send them a message here. You can also reach out via Twitter here. And you can reach their Facebook page here.

Jeopardy is a family show that appeals to a lot of conservatives.


The idea that someone who spent YEARS bashing, bullying, and mocking conservatives would be hosting it is a slap in the face to all of us.

I have reached out to Jeopardy, and I hope you will as well if you believe this man shouldn’t be hosting.


Well, we did it, folks…our righteous battle paid off, and “Jeopardy!” has decided not to destroy their entire brand and show by hiring a divisive, perverted Trump-hater. 

Mr. Jennings has lost his shot at hosting, thanks to his creepy past tweets.

The New York Post reported that The Wall Street Journal has reported that the “Jeopardy!” champ was all set to take over Alex Trebek’s spot after the longtime host passed away in November 2020 — until people went digging into his Twitter history.

Jennings, 47, has since apologized for the posts — describing them as “unartful and insensitive” in an open apology — including a tasteless joke that read: “nothing sadder than a hot person in a wheelchair.”

The WSJ further reported that Jennings had apparently scored low on the audience’s charisma meter, saying focus groups reportedly “didn’t react well” to the idea of seeing Jennings at the podium following the tweet revelations.

This isn’t about someone just having some “different” political views.


Mr. Jennings was crude, nasty, and said very inappropriate things about children in “sexually suggestive” ways and also handicapped people.

Honestly, I don’t know what “Jeopardy!” was even thinking by place this man in the running.

Just glad that they came to their senses.

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