Jimmy Kimmel Jokes About Biden Aides Finding More Classified Documents

After the discovery of a new batch of documents tied to President Biden, Kimmel joked that America is “one episode of ‘Storage Wars’ away from finding out who killed J.F.K.”

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What’s Up, Docs?

After finding a stash of classified documents earlier this week, aides for President Biden discovered another batch of them at a second undisclosed location on Wednesday.

Jimmy Kimmel joked that America is “one episode of ‘Storage Wars’ away from finding out who killed J.F.K.”

“So staffers for Joe Biden are now searching everywhere he could’ve possibly left documents — his knapsack, his pill organizer, under the arch at the 1904 World’s Fair.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“They could be in a birthday card he sent to his grandkids next to a crisp two-dollar bill. No one knows.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“And, of course, any time documents are mishandled, top-secret documents, it needs to be taken seriously. That’s something Republicans and Democrats believe, although Republicans have only believed it since Monday.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

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“Early this morning, all flights across the U.S. were grounded due to a failure with the F.A.A.’s computer system. Yeah. Zero flights took off, but somehow everyone’s luggage still ended up in Pittsburgh.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Their system went down, resulting in an awful morning for travelers, and a great morning for Southwest Airlines. They were like, ‘Wasn’t our fault this time!’” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Well, this is what happens when you run your entire aviation system off a Boingo hotspot.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“Yeah, no one could fix the computer glitch. One guy at the F.A.A. said, ‘I don’t know, maybe unplug it, plug it back in?’” — JIMMY FALLON

“Meanwhile, the outage happened while some planes were in the air. If there’s one thing you don’t want to hear from your pilot, it’s ‘Attention, passengers: Do yourselves a favor and stay off Twitter for a little bit.’” — JIMMY FALLON

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