Even Saturday Night Live is starting to find the Democrats ridiculous

American Thinker: There’s all kinds of material Saturday Night live might pick for its cold open, so it says something that they’ve had about enough of the phony Democrats in their extremely embarassing town halls to find them rich, rich material.

They featured this week in the cold-open skit, which began with a reenactment of the LGBTQ town hall the Democrats conducted with Anderson Cooper as host, finding plenty of things to make fun of.

They began with the last scrum of Democrats remaining in the race (reinforcing that Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders have descended into a nothingburger, though maybe they wanted to protect Bernie), with Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Julian Castro and Joe Biden the clowns and phonies obviously pandering for the gay vote, which of course is what they did earlier this week.

Booker is portrayed as the suck-up that he is, trying to make hay with gays on the tiniest of details. “My girlfriend was in ‘Rent’ so I get it,” he claimed. The actor portraying Booker did a good job with sight gags, emphasizing Booker’s wild eye gestures as he slavered for votes. MORE HERE

12 Comments on Even Saturday Night Live is starting to find the Democrats ridiculous

  1. I don’t care a whit what SNL portrays. So they realize the dem field is full of unattractive and unelectable boobs and idiots? They are late to the dance, that’s all.

    All they are doing is trying to wake up their party to find someone with more appeal than Booger, Buttgag, the fake Indian, et al.

    I expect them to start supporting the Beast for a 3rd run. Watch for it in upcoming shows, if you can stand it. I don’t watch the stupid thing myself.

    That would be great for Trump. Most people now associate her with criminal behavior. It can only help Trump.

  2. The humor was not lost on me – kind of a guilty pleasure as I rarely care about SNL anymore.

    It was like an episode of “Reality Island” for the DNC.

  3. Given that SNL has been complicit in creating and supporting this insanity, just proves they have a viable business plan.

  4. Friends, what you saw go down a couple nights ago is what demonic possession looks like. This is not funny. I know we all have laughed about it, but when you really think about it… it isn’t funny. The really sad part is that this shit has achieved critical mass.

  5. SNL was only really good back when it was the warm-up for the show that came after it, The Midnight Special. I was on the fringe of the Cooper Point Coolies (Joe6 will be familiar with the geography); a cadre of friends who always seemed to have a joint handy that was passed somewhere around the middle of SNL. I think it was the only reason they found the humor so hysterically funny.

  6. Meh, even a blind pig can find a truffle.
    Script writers had a week off, low hanging fruit.
    Are they going to try and be funny now?
    That’s a new business model.
    Did you see Tom Shillue on GG?
    He was over the top reading made up nursery rhymes as Shiffless.
    Kinda creepy too, he captured Shiffless perfectly.

  7. I’m confused. Was that SNL or the real townhall?

    If it was SNL, I thought it was supposed to be a parody. Why did they re-enact the real thing?

    Winky face.


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