Jimmy Kimmel joined a chorus of late night hosts condemning the Trump supporters and rioters who overtook the US capital on January 6, calling it “a terrible day in the history of this country”.
Jimmy Kimmel responded to the Trump supporters and rioters who stormed the capital on January 6 in his opening monologue last night. “Thank you for signing up for us for the treason finale of the Donald Trump Era, ”began the 53-year-old Jimmy Kimmel live host. “This was one of those days that I always assumed were behind us. It’s not what I’ve ever imagined in my life in this country, ”he mused.
“Trumpers broke the Capitol walls and stormed the Senate Chamber today. Fight with the police, break windows, steal things … Intruders roamed the halls, broke into offices, this horror took his seat Nancy PelosiAt the desk he took a piece of mail from her desk, ”Jimmy continued, showing a picture of the man in question with his feet on the desk of the speaker of the United States House of Representatives. “The capital was besieged by MAGA hatters in all kinds of crazy costumes. It was like a psychotic audience forcibly taking control of the Plinko wheel, ”he remarked.
A loyal mob loyal to US President Donald Trump gathers near the US Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021. The move came after Trump urged his supporters to descend to Washington to protest Joe Biden’s impending certification by Congress as the winner of the November presidential election [AP].Of course, Jimmy wasn’t the only one to announce the terrible events in the nation’s capital. Stephen Colbert also went live for his show last night. His monologue was equally devastating and even called out the legislature. “Do you have enough? You know what, after pampering this president’s fascist rhetoric for five years? His supporters want to burn down the Reichstag, ”said Stephen, referring to a building in Germany that housed the Reichstag of the German Reich and which was set on fire in 1933.
“Welcome to an unexpected LIVE Late Show …” @StephenAtHome https://t.co/AwsPTpap6W
– A late show (@colbertlateshow) January 7, 2021
Stephen apparently alludes to lawmakers, politicians, and even the media for the “years and years of selling their conspiracies”. He made a scathing remark about the politicians who defended and supported the actions and words of President Donald Trump. “Let’s remember them for whom they showed up today.”
James Corden reflects on today’s terrible events at the US Capitol. pic.twitter.com/ysSMxV7QGV
– The Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) January 7, 2021
James CordenThe host of the Late Late Show described the January 6th event as a “crazy, sad day”. The actor and late-night host even noticed “hopeless” journalists covering the uprising. “I hope when the dust settles and we think about what happened on that terrible day, we still have hope,” he told the audience.
“Today was a shame. Today was disappointing. Unfortunately, today was not a surprise. “
Jimmy addresses today’s national news. #FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/wvv4rWTc3j
– The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) January 7, 2021
Other late-night hosts interfered and repeated each other’s feelings. “Today was a shame. Today was disappointing. Unfortunately, today was not a surprise. ” Jimmy Fallon said on the Tonight Show. In the January 6 riots in the capital, Trump supporters took over, looted and destroyed federal property when Congress and Senate came together to confirm the electoral votes and confirm the election of the president-elect Joe Biden and elected Vice President Kamala Harris after her election victory in November 2020.
Before the riots in the nation’s capital, Trump supporters attended a rally not far from the Capitol steps. In the wee hours of January 7th, the votes were finally confirmed as many continued to point out the violent events that were unfolding. After the uprising, Twitter “blocked” Donald Trump’s Twitter account for up to 12 hours. After the electoral college votes were confirmed in favor of Biden and Harris, Trump issued a statement through the White House Deputy Chief of Staff And ScavinoTwitter account that there would be an “orderly transition” on January 20th.