NBC’s Saturday Night Live hasn’t been either funny nor entertaining in a long time now as it has become the week’s must-watch program for the bitter cranks of the forlorn Resistance.
The show should just go ahead and formally change its name to “Saturday Night Trump Hate” because that’s all it is, it’s so bad that original cast member Chevy Chase recently referred to it as the “worst fucking humor in the world” which is quite a damning statement for those who can call what the show puts out as humor.
For those who may have thought that SNL has hit rock bottom, think again because this week there was a skit featuring foul-mouthed fake tough guy Robert DeNiro or as he should be called, Robert “Fucking” DeNiro.
And in line with the masturbatory reverence for rogue prosecutor Robert Mueller, DeNiro played the special counsel.
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The foul-mouthed has been actor who could be appropriately referred to as Robert “Fucking” DeNiro produced such a cringe-worthy appearance that even the ultra-liberal Slate panned it.
Whatever was going on with Robert De Niro is a disaster. He rarely makes eye contact with Moffat, staring instead at what must be the cue cards, he delivers jokes like he’s reading them for the first time, and at one point it seems like he either skipped some lines or a last-minute edit rendered the dialogue nonsensical
This follows up the sickening Mueller worship of last Saturday when the women of the SNL cast including the thin-skinned behemoth and star or the mega-flop all girl “Ghostbusters” remake Leslie Jones sang “All I Want For Christmas Is You” to a picture of the fascist Mueller wearing a Santa hat.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) December 2, 2018
Via The Hollywood Reporter, “Women of ‘SNL’ Sing “All I Want for Christmas Is You” to Robert Mueller”:
“Make my wish come true,” the castmembers sang — by serving President Donald Trump an indictment.
The women of NBC’s Saturday Night Live sang an “All I Want for Christmas Is You” parody directed at special counsel Robert Mueller, pleading for an indictment of President Donald Trump, at the end of the late-night sketch show’s Dec. 1 episode.
Cecily Strong, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Leslie Jones, Melissa Villaseñor, Heidi Gardner and Ego Nwodim all sang about how badly they wanted to see Trump brought down by the Russia investigation.
At one point, they sang that even just an indictment of Donald Trump Jr. would suffice. They also mentioned Ivanka Trump’s use of private email in the holiday-themed song.
It is now beyond the point of sickness and celeb Trump Derangement Syndrome has become a full-blown cult.