either intentionally, or just wildly irresponsibly lit these fires to start a war just to distract us from the fact that Donald Trump lost the election.” Kimmel spent quite a bit of time on Senator Cruz as well, noting that the craven politician was “willing to roll the dice on civil war” for his own future presidential aspirations.
His tweets, combined with the escalating violence of the Capitol attack, got Trump locked out of his Twitter and Instagram accounts, and indefinitely blocked on Facebook. Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel mocked President Donald Trump as the “weakest, whiniest little dictator imaginable” for his constant tantrums over losing the election to President-elect Joe Biden.
Jimmy Kimmel reacted to the Trump supporters and rioters who stormed the capitol on January 6 in his opening monologue last night. “Thank you for joining us for the treason finale of the Donald Trump era,” the Jimmy Kimmel Live host, 53, began.
“Trumpets today breached the capitol walls, they stormed the Senate Chamber; fighting with police, breaking windows, stealing things… Trespassers roamed the halls, broke into offices, this creep took a seat at Nancy Pelosi ‘s desk, he took a piece of mail off of her desk,” Jimmy continued, showing a picture of the man in question with his feet on the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives’ desk. A mob loyal to U.S. President Donald Trump gathers near the U.S. Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021.
The move came after Trump urged his supporters to descend on Washington to protest Congress’ impending certification of Joe Biden as the winner of the November presidential election . His followers want to burn down the Reichstag,” Stephen said, referencing a building in Germany that housed the Imperial Diet of the German Empire and was set on fire in 1933.
The riots that took place at the capitol on January 6 saw Trump supporters take over, loot, and destroy federal property as Congress and the Senate came together to certify the electoral votes, certifying the election of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris following their November 2020 election win. In the early hours of January 7, the votes were finally certified, as many continue to call out the violent events that unfolded.