Criminals Who Stormed the Capitol are Incriminating Themselves All Over Social Media

Criminals Who Stormed the Capitol are Incriminating Themselves All Over Social Media

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We celebrate the 18th anniversary of our show, and Jimmy talks about the first Biden and Trump jokes he ever told on the show, federal investigators tracking down the criminals who stormed the capitol three weeks ago, an alarming new warning from Apple, the MyPillow guy Mike Lindell getting kicked off Twitter for spreading misinformation, former Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley commenting on the impeachment of Donald Trump, a new ad for Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ run for Governor of Arkansas, our Unintentional Joke of the Day starring VP Kamala Harris, the fate of Donald Trump’s Diet Coke button from the White House, and we revisit an old bit we did about Joe Biden that someone on Reddit claimed we took down as part of a conspiracy.

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