Copyright ©2017 Guacamoley. All rights reserved.
Jimmy Fallon And Seth Meyers Deliver Powerful, Emotional Monologues About Charlottesville
8 months ago

On August 14, late night hosts Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers opened their programs with moving messages about how racism and hatred have no place in America. Both spoke out against President Trump, who took two full days to condemn white supremacist groups after the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

Here's Fallon's monologue:

Though Fallon usually tries to keep politics out of his show, the responses to his message criticizing President Trump were overwhelmingly positive: 

Meyers' message was even more politically charged, and called on American voters to recognize how disgusting President Trump's behavior has been:

Twitter is turning out in droves to stand behind the comedians' messages:

Growing visibly emotional as he spoke of his two young daughters, Fallon pleaded with America: 

Fans of Meyers saw his statement as a natural extension of his "Closer Look" segments, which go viral on a near-daily basis: 

Meyers has been going after the President since the election:

Trump supporters tried to distract the Twittersphere by claiming Obama acted similarly: 

But most on Twitter seem to agree: