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Sickening: SNL Mocks President Trump’s COVID Diagnosis


There is absolutely no respect towards our President from the liberal media.

None whatsoever!

Saturday Night Live recently made a sketch about the presidential debate but things took a dark turn quickly.

During the sketch, Jim Carrey who was playing Joe Biden is quoted saying “Now, just imagine if science and karma could somehow team up and send us all a message about how dangerous this virus can be.”

He was implying that he wished Trump got COVID.

How sick!

Chris Rock began the show taking a jab at the President too.

Instead of showing sympathy towards President Trump, Chris Rock said: “my heart goes out to COVID.”

The whole show was just pure leftist propaganda disguising itself as comedy.

It was truly disgusting to watch.

NBC News exclusively covered the story:

“Saturday Night Live” kicked off its 46th season by facing leadership turmoil set off when President Donald Trump announced that he has Covid-19.

The show opened with Tuesday’s contentious and chaotic debate between Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, and election challenger Joe Biden, played by Jim Carrey.

Fox News’ Chris Wallace (Beck Bennett) starts the contest by saying, “I think I’m going to do a really really good job tonight.” Wallace was criticized for how he handled the real debate.

When it’s Trump’s turn, he says, “I’d like to begin with a list of complaints. People are mean to me.” He then says the coronavirus is a “hoax.”

“That statement is something that will probably come back to haunt me this week,” Trump says.

After Trump continues to interrupt the proceedings, Biden zaps him with a remote control that pauses the president mid-sentence.

“Now just imagine science and karma could somehow team up to send us all a message about how dangerous this virus can be,” he continues. “I’m not saying I want it to happen. Just imagine it.”

Comedian Chris Rock hosted the show, which was produced with social distancing and mask-wearing behind the scenes. The audience capacity was limited, and fans were tested for Covid-19.

Rock said in his monologue that as a result of the show’s testing protocol, he’s had “more things” up his nose this week than when he shared a dressing room with the late cast member Chris Farley in the 1990s.

“President Trump’s in the hospital from Covid, and I just want to say my heart goes out to Covid,” Rock said.

The comedian critiqued the American political system, saying locking in a leader for four years is not ideal.

The Daily Mail covered the story too:

Comedian Chris Rock mocked Donald Trump during his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live saying, ‘My heart goes out to COVID’ following the president’s diagnosis.

The show’s Season 46 premiere hit the ground running with jabs at the president, who is being treated for COVID-19 at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Maryland.

‘President Trump’s in the hospital from COVID and you know, I just want to say my heart goes out to COVID,’ Rock, 55, joked as the small live crowd laughed.

The cold open saw Alec Baldwin reprise his role as President Trump and Jim Carrey debut as Joe Biden to spoof last week’s tumultuous presidential debate in Cleveland.

In the sketch Biden received meditation guidance from Harry Styles to keep his anger in check, Trump brought out a pink thong which he said was his face mask, Trump steamrolled over helpless moderator Chris Wallace and Kamala Harris, played by Maya Rudolph, scolded both candidates as if they were children.



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