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I never understood the fascination the Saturday Night Live has with making fun of people when they are down.

Sure, it’s one thing to take a poke at a politician when they are all well and whatnot, but hitting someone when they are sick is just horrible.

It’s like if you walked into a hospital and pointed and laughed at the patients.

Less than three days after Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis and precautionary hospitalization, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” returned to a live studio audience Saturday night and jumped right into the real issues in the opening sketch, Chris Rock’s stand-up monologue and the “Weekend Update.”

The sketch featured Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump and Jim Carrey as Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. It started with a voiceover that said:

“The following is a re-broadcast of Tuesday’s presidential debate. Even though Tuesday feels like 100 days ago. We thought it was important to see it again since it might be the only presidential debate.

“And it was pretty fun to watch. As long as you don’t live in America.”

The moderator, Fox News’ Chris Wallace was played by Beck Bennett, brought out Trump and Biden to begin the chaotic debate.

During the sketch, Trump calls the virus a hoax and continues to say, “that statement is something that will probably come back to haunt me later this week.”

After more back-and-forth and an appearance of Maya Rudolph playing Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, Biden “pauses” Trump and steps out and asks talk to the American people.

“And it was pretty fun to watch. As long as you don’t live in America.”

The moderator, Fox News’ Chris Wallace was played by Beck Bennett, brought out Trump and Biden to begin the chaotic debate.

During the sketch, Trump calls the virus a hoax and continues to say, “that statement is something that will probably come back to haunt me later this week.”

After more back-and-forth and an appearance of Maya Rudolph playing Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, Biden “pauses” Trump and steps out and asks talk to the American people.

“And it was pretty fun to watch. As long as you don’t live in America.”

The moderator, Fox News’ Chris Wallace was played by Beck Bennett, brought out Trump and Biden to begin the chaotic debate.

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During the sketch, Trump calls the virus a hoax and continues to say, “that statement is something that will probably come back to haunt me later this week.”

After more back-and-forth and an appearance of Maya Rudolph playing Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, Biden “pauses” Trump and steps out and asks talk to the American people.

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    • Rattlerjake

      Conservatives don’t watch either of them, other than the people who do so to let us know what they are pulling. It’s really sad that we have allowed leftism to multiply so rampantly. The left is allowed to lie about everything and it is absorbed readily by so many stupid and ignorant fools.

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  1. LIsa

    boy, SNL has really gone down the toilet…I used to stay up late to watch this show, it was VERY FUNNY back in the day…

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