In these trying times, Jackie Mason is the Voice of Reason.

In his latest exclusive clip for Breitbart News, Jackie goes over the latest allegations in the ongoing sex scandal currently roiling Hollywood, politics, and the media. And as usual, Jackie’s here to makes some diagnoses.

“It turned out to be a very interesting year this year,” Jackie explains. “You know, 2017 according to the Chinese calendar is known as the Year of the Rooster. But not in this country. In this country, it’s known as the Year of the Pervert.”

Jackie says some of the men most recently caught up in the scandal, including Minnesota Sen. Al Franken and former PBS newsman Charlie Rose, are simply dealing with never-before-seen medical conditions.

“Al Franken is suffering from all kinds of problems. His biggest problem right now is figuring out how to be able to keep his hands to himself,” Jackie says. “I don’t know if you’ve heard about it. It’s a condition called ‘TAS,’ Touching Ass Syndrome.”

“And I don’t know if you’ve heard of this story. Did you hear about Charlie Rose, the kind of disease he has? He has something nobody ever heard of before. It’s called ‘EPD,’ Exposed Penis Disorder.”

Jackie also says Matt Lauer’s behavior must have been worse than anyone could imagine, after how quickly NBC News fired him, while he also takes aim at Michigan Congressman John Conyers, and specifically, Nancy Pelosi’s handling of the scandal.

“She can’t get over this man. She says John Conyers is an American icon!” Jackie exclaims. “This yenta, who herself is an American icon, can’t get over the fact that she found another person even lower than her!”

Jackie says the scandal’s gotten so bad that he’s afraid to even pick up a newspaper these days, lest someone think he’s reading a porn magazine. He leaves us with this final thought:

“You thought it was hard to get into that Broadway show Hamilton, that everybody says it’s impossible to get into? It’s nothing compared to getting into a sex clinic right now, for these perverts.”

Watch Jackie’s latest above.

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