Stephen Colbert taunted Ron Johnson for faking

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Tuesday’s hearings, Jan. 6, produced evidence suggesting Senator Ron Johnson attempted to hand over fake voters from Michigan and his home state of Wisconsin to then-Vice President Mike Pence. Johnson acknowledged receiving the package, but claimed he had no idea where it came from or what it contained.

“It could have been anything in that envelope—he doesn’t care. False voters, angry bees, nude photos of Mary Todd Lincoln. It doesn’t matter to Ron – he’s just a delivery boy,” Stephen Colbert joked Wednesday.

“But this is a big step from the FDA because you realize that Juul is the iconic vape brand. So when they do this, it’s like going after soda by banning Coke, or going after Coke by banning Don Jr. ban.’ — TREVOR NOAH

“It’s a big deal because if they also ban fedoras, your old roommate is going to have a nervous breakdown.” —JIMMY FALLON

“It’s a tough day for anyone who likes to take chemicals, you know what I mean? I can’t even accelerate – it’s too expensive.’ —JIMMY FALLON

On “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the guest host, Sean Hayes, revealed that he was an original cast member of the hit Netflix show “Ozark,” sharing scenes from the cutting floor.

Evan Rachel Wood will be featured on Thursday’s “Tonight Show.”

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