Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Trump Lawyer Jenna Ellis for Contracting COVID: 'No Mask, No Brain'

Jimmy Kimmel has brutally mocked Jenna Ellis for contracting coronavirus, days after Rudy Giuliani tested positive for the virus.

The late-night host lambasted Donald Trump's lawyer, mocking her for not wearing a mask before contracting COVID-19, and for attending a Christmas party at the White House—and Giuliani didn't escape a ribbing from Kimmel either.

"Meanwhile, Rudy Giuliani tested positive over the weekend, and today we learned that Trump's other lawyer, Jenna Ellis, seen here seated virus-adjacent, has COVID too," Kimmel said on Tuesday night's installment of Jimmy Kimmel Live! while showing the now-famous photo of Ellis reacting to the former New York City mayor audibly breaking wind in court

"Did she get it from Mayor Tooty?" he asked. "Well, we'll never know, I guess."

"Ellis was also spotted at the White House staff Christmas party on Friday," Kimmel continued, before showing a photo of Ellis posing at the event. "There she is. No mask, no brain."

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A November 19, photo shows attorney Jenna Ellis speaking during a press conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C. Ellis, one of President Donald Trump's lawyers, has tested positive for coronavirus, according to media reports on December 8. Ellis had attended a Christmas party at the White House. Her reported positive test also comes just days after Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani tested positive. He was hospitalized on December 6. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images

Ellis attended a senior staff Christmas party in the East Wing on Friday.

"Senior Trump officials are said to be upset that she was at the party," he added. "Well, why were they at the party! Why did you have the party in the first place?! Of course, this Jenna Ellis, just a few months ago she tweeted, 'There is no pandemic.' So... I'm starting to think the virus may have a sense of humor about all this."

"Funny how MSM [mainstream media] is quick to believe one or two unnamed 'sources' every time, and yet refuses to acknowledge hundreds of eye-witnesses across six states who signed affidavits under oath," Ellis tweeted, in what appeared to be a reference to reports of her positive diagnosis.

Ellis and Giuliani have been leading efforts to overturn November's election results amid Trump's refusal to concede victory to Joe Biden.

Following his admission to the Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Sunday, Trump's personal attorney called into his own daily radio program on WABC-AM in New York with an update on his condition.

"Things happen in life and you have to go with them," Giuliani said. "You can overreact to them. Otherwise, you let the fear of illness drive your entire life. So I've never overreacted to it... I'd rather face risk than live in a basement all my life."