What Did Jimmy Kimmel Say About Marjorie Taylor Greene? Explained

What Did Jimmy Kimmel Say About Marjorie Taylor Greene? Explained: Georgia Republican Representative Majorie Taylor Greene is making the headlines everywhere as she reported late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel to the US Capitol Police on Wednesday. Yes, you read it right and it happened after the host made fun of Will Smith slapping her. Majorie Taylor Greene is a well-known and prominent businesswoman and politician. She has a huge reputation and fame in the political world. Recently, she came to the light when she filed a complaint against the host Jimmy Kimmel after he joked about Will Smith slapping her. In this article, we are going to provide you with all information about Majorie Taylor Greene. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

What Did Jimmy Kimmel Say About Marjorie Taylor Greene?

As per the reports, Majorie Taylor Greene reported late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel to the US Capitol Police on Wednesday (6 April). It happened when the host joked about Will Smith slapping Greene. In the course of the comedian’s monologue on Tuesday night, the show Jimmy Kimmel Live! the host made fun of Greene’s opinion on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation process. Initially, this week, the Republicans slammed fellow Republicans Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Mitt Romney for supporting the nominee of the Biden administration.

She said that her fellow Republicans were being pro-pedophile, by doing so. Reacting to this Kimmel stated, “Wow, where is Will Smith when you really need him?” Will Smith was referring to the notorious Oscars slap where the actor took to the stage during the live ceremony and slapped comedian Chris Rock. He slapped Rock after he joked about Smith’s wife’s shaved head. This joke of Rock took offense to the joke as his wife is suffering from alopecia due to which she faced hair loss.

Jimmy’s joke suggested that Smith should have turned his anger on Greene instead of Chris Rock after the representative accused multiple lawmakers of condoning pedophilia. Ketanji Brown Jackson is going to be the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court if she gets confirmed. The representative took her official Twitter account revealing that there was a threat of violence made against her by Jimmy Kimmel.

She tweeted, “@ABC, this threat of violence against me by @jimmykimmel has been filed with the @CapitolPolice,” attaching a video. Jimmy Kimmel has also responded to the matter. Greene is one of those who praised Will Smith for his action at the 94th Academy Awards as he defended his wife and slapped Chris Rock. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

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