Jim Jefferies: This Is Me Now

Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Scott Zabielski
70 min

that I'm gay."

And we were like, "What?

Kevin, say it's not true."


Yeah, Kevin gets a bit grabby.

From all reports,

he reaches,

he touches your dick outside your jeans.

For a little bit. He's a dick grabber.

We all have that gay friend, don't we?

We all have that gay friend

that every time you're drunk,

you're like, "Get out of of it,

don't touch my dick."

And they're like,

"I'll get you next time,"

I'm like, "I'm sure you will,

but not today."

But he paid the price, as people should

when they do things wrong.

He paid the price.

You know, he had a great career,

and Netflix,

the network we're on right now,

they fired him, and rightfully so.

And he lost his job

as a fake president.

Yet there is an actual president...

with four times as many allegations...

who still has his f***ing job.

We have a guy...

who said, and I quote...

"I love women...

when I see them, I kiss them.

I don't even ask.

I can't help myself.

I grab 'em by the p*ssy.

When you're famous...

they let you."

Now, I'm famous.

And when I heard that,

I went out and I gave it a go.

And I gotta tell you, they don't let you!

You women are a sensitive bunch.

Moody, if you will.


The term "Grab 'em by the p*ssy,"

as soon as that happened,

I started tweeting and saying

in interviews jokes about it.

And people started writing me saying,

"Yes, well, you've said worse things,"

and I have, and this evening,

I will say worse things.

And that's why I agree

that I shouldn't be president

of the United States of America.

I'm not qualified.

Don't use me as your moral benchmark.

Do you think I'm offended

by the term "Grab 'em by the p*ssy"?

I'm not offended by it.

I'm confused as f***.

I've never heard those words grouped

together into a f***ing sentence.

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