When it comes to traffic in Los Angeles, it seems like residents will blame just about anyone—including the Pope.
During a new edition of "Lie Witness News" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night, faux reporters took to the streets of California to ask everyday people what they thought about Pope Francis' visit to the state. The only catch was—Pope Francis never visited any part of California.
In fact, he had finished up his week-long visit in America to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City on Sunday and was no longer even in the country.
Still, that didn't stop several bystanders from complaining about the pontiff's effect on the city's congestion.
"I would say about two hours worth of traffic," one man alleged it took to drive on the Los Angeles roads because of Francis' visit. He also claimed it cost him around $40 to $50 extra in gas. "Hey Pope Francis, I need my money for my gas and time wasted," the man said into the camera.
Oof, this guy isn't letting the pope get away that easily.