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The FBI has now arrested at least 150 of the pro-Trump thugs who attacked one of the greatest symbols of democracy in America, so their would-be dictator could stay in office. According to CNN, the FBI has over 400 insurrectionists in its sights after receiving more than 200,000 digital media tips.

Do you know what's funny? Those morons "are incriminating themselves all over social media," as Jimmy Kimmel noted with a laugh on his late-night show Jimmy Kimmel Live!

As dire and despicable at their Jan. 6 crimes were, this is indeed comical. Watch as Kimmel recounts hilarious examples of the clues left by Capitol rioters for law enforcement. It's almost as if they want to go to jail. Enjoy!

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