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Monday May 23, 2022

Kimmel attacks GOP’s ‘subtle racism jamboree’ while Jackson confirms

ABC’s left-wing late night host and alleged comedian Jimmy Kimmel tried his hand at Supreme Court analysis on his Monday show and failed miserably as he accused Republican Judge Ketanji Brown of treating Jackson’s confirmation hearing as “subtle racist jamboree.” He then called the GOP’s “ultimate nightmare” the possibility of his approval in the high court through a party-line vote in the Senate.

As part of his initial monologue, Kimmel sought to explain the course of action during his vicious attack on Republicans:

In Washington, they are holding a confirmation hearing for Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee today. If something unexpected happens, the vote is expected to go to the party line. These hearings give many of our Republican senators a chance to compete in one of their favorite events, the subtle racism jamboree.

Kimmel then failed to see the embarrassment in trying to make fun of Graham in San Lindsay, South Carolina, to predict such an attack. Presenting a clip of Graham, Kimmel declared, “He said he hoped the hearing would be called racist and made an interesting comparison when Justice Brett Kavanagh called a heated confirmation hearing.”

A clip has been played announcing Graham:

Judge Kavanagh was widely accused of plotting to assassinate President Bashar al-Assad. None of us are going to do this with you. And if any of us do it with you, all hell will break and it should be done.

Kimmel returned to take a shot at Kavanagh. Not caring about what we wanted, he replied: “Umm, thank you? I guess. I don’t agree. Those who have accused her of sexual harassment should be interviewed. Don’t stop, even though no one is there. “

Wrapping up his thoughts on Jackson, Kimmel declared: “He can be sure without a single person, he doesn’t need a Republican vote to be sure because Vice President Tie Breaker. That would be the ultimate nightmare for the GOP, decided by two black women whose names they could not pronounce. “

No one seems to be obsessed with race, but it is certain that the Senate is not a Republican.

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Here is a transcript of the March 21 ceremony:

ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live!

3/21/2022

11:35 PM

Jimmy Kimmel: In Washington, they are holding a confirmation hearing for Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee today. If something unexpected happens, the vote is expected to go to the party line. These hearings, they give many of us Republican senators the opportunity to compete in one of their favorite events, the subtle racism jamboree and, but out of South Carolina senator Lindsay Graham. He said he hoped the hearing would be called racist and made an interesting comparison when Justice Brett Kavanagh called a heated confirmation hearing.

Lindsay Graham: There were headlines all over the country that Judge Kavanagh was basically accused of being Bill Cosby. None of us are going to do this with you. And if any of us do it with you, all hell will break and it should be done.

Kimmel: Ummm, thank you? I guess. I do not agree. I actually think they should treat Ketanji Brown Jackson just as they treated Brett Kavanagh, and interview every single person who has accused him of sexual harassment. Don’t stop, though no one is there. Don’t stop. Judge Jackson will be the first black woman on the Supreme Court. He can be sure without a single, he doesn’t need a Republican vote to be sure because Vice President Tie Breaker. Whatever happens, it will be the GOP’s ultimate nightmare. This decision was made by two black women whose names they could not pronounce. Senator Ted Cruz was actually a Jackson classmate at Harvard Law School. Although he probably won’t get his vote. He has long been poised today not to turn it into a political circus, and has worked a plugin for his podcast while saying it.

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