Jimmy Kimmel ribs Republicans over Ketanji Brown Jackson

“Well, boys, today began confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. The hearing process lasts four days. It’s basically C-SPAN’s version of Coachella.” – JIMMY FALLON

“Yes, Jackson will face days of difficult questions. Brett Kavanaugh was like [imitating Kavanaugh slurring]: ‘It’s going to be fine. I did it for four days after the second day, after s – after the second day it’s a kind of blur. ‘” – JIMMY FALLON

“I saw that the top Republican in charge of the hearings, Chuck Grassley, is 88 years old. Wow. When it was his turn to speak, he was like, ‘Tell us who you are, and then tell me who you are.’ I am.’ – JIMMY FALLON

“But this is cool: I saw Judge Jackson’s parents were at the confirmation hearing. Even more crazy, it was Chuck Grassley’s too.” – JIMMY FALLON

“The next two days are for questions, and I think it’s going to be a huge missed opportunity if one of the members of the Judiciary Committee does not start a question with ‘I’m sorry, Miss Jackson, oh? I’m really – what is your legal position on federal financial supervision? ‘” – JAMES CORDEN, riffs on Outcast’s song, “Ms. Jackson”

Jimmy Fallon and Questlove played a game of Charades with Leslie Mann and Mikey Day, the host of “Is It Cake?” on Monday’s “Tonight Show”.

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