Last week, a Canadian company launched a social media campaign aimed to boost America’s ego during this trying time.
The Garden, a marketing agency from Toronto launched a campaign titled “Tell America It’s Great”. It asked Canadians to film themselves saying kind messages to America, during the heated election campaign.
#TellAmericaItsGreat is making 2016 not so bad. Thanks Canada.
— Rika Lively (@rikadonye) October 19, 2016
Well, Jimmy Kimmel didn’t really appreciate the message. Last night (October 18), the late-night talk show host referred to the clips as the “most insulting thing I’ve ever seen in my life.”
“I didn’t realize we were in such bad shape we needed Canada to send us a cheer up video,” he jokes.
The funnyman decided to return the favour with his own little message to Canada, with the help of some fellow Americas. See the response video in the player above.