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WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Says White Nationalist Rally In Charlottesville ‘Was Just Disgusting’ in Emotional Monologue

Jimmy Fallon is having a political moment.

The Tonight Show host began his opening monologue Monday addressing the rally that left three dead and several injured in Charlottesville, Virginia, calling what occurred “disgusting” and saying it was his “responsibility to stand up against intolerance and extremism as a human being.”

“I was sick to my stomach,” Fallon, 42, said of watching the rally and the protests that followed on the news.

“My daughters were in the next room playing and I’m thinking, ‘How can I explain to them that there is so much hatred in this world?’ ” he continued, talking about his two children: Winnie Rose, 4, and Frances Cole, 2.

“They don’t know what hate is,” he added. “They just play and they laugh and they have fun. But, as kids grow up, they need people to look up to.”

Fallon took a moment to criticize President Donald Trump for lagging behind in denouncing the white nationalists who took to Virginia to rally.

“The fact that it took the president two days to come out and clearly denounce racists and white supremacists is shameful,” Fallon said.

“And I think he finally spoke out because people everywhere stood up and said something,” he added about the president’s second statement on Charlottesville on Monday.

“It’s important for everyone, especially white people in this country, to speak out against this. Ignoring it is just as bad as supporting it,” Fallon continued.

“We all need to stand against what is wrong, acknowledge that racism exists and stand up for what is right and civil and kind,” he added. “We cannot do this. We can’t go backward. We can’t go backward.”

Fallon, who has repeatedly shied away from politics on the Tonight Show, previously took a stance against Trump in July when he welcomed transgender comedian Patti Harrison on the late-night program following the president’s sweeping ban on transgender people serving in the military.


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Emmy Rossum Slams Donald Trump Supporters For ‘Disgusting’ Anti-Semitic Threats On Twitter

In the days following the election of Donald Trump as president, a number of hate crimes and incidents of hate speech have occurred throughout the country. As it turns out, celebrities are not immune to this type of frightening behavior. 

On Sunday morning, “Shameless” star Emmy Rossum slammed Trump supporters who she claimed sent her messages “threatening to send me & my ‘ilk’ to the gas chambers.” 

Rossum called the trolls’ threats “disgusting & offensive” before telling them to back off. The Huffington Post has reached out to a representative for Rossum for further comment; we have also reached out to Twitter for more information about the tweets and whether any action has been taken. 

Earlier in the week, Rossum, a Hillary Clinton supporter, tweeted about her sadness with the outcome of this election, noting, “it feels personal to so many.” 

Rossum isn’t the first star to face hate in the wake of this week’s events. “Silicon Valley” actors Kumail Nanjiani and Thomas Middleditch came face-to-face with some disapproving Trump supporters at a bar on Friday night. The Trump fans called them “cucks” (the term, short for “cuckservative,” is used to disparage those who sympathize with liberal values or anyone who is anti-Trump.)

Nanjiani, a Pakistani-American comedian, said he was luckily spared from a violent altercation, but noted that others may not have not been so lucky.

“We can’t let hate/racism/bigotry/sexism be normalized. If something happens, be safe, but let it be known we won’t stand for this,” Nanjiani wrote on Twitter.

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