SNL’s Michael Che nails Trump’s new ‘sex offender’ social network – .

SNL’s Michael Che nails Trump’s new ‘sex offender’ social network – .


Colin Jost opened the Halloween edition of Saturday Night Live’s “weekend update” with the “most haunting image” he saw last week. No, it wasn’t Kanye West in his creepy white mask, he joked, “Sorry, Ye, he’s going through Ye now. Even though no one looks at it and says, “Yay! “

He was actually referring to Steve Bannon, “the former White House, I mean the garbage man,” who was convicted of contempt of Congress this week for avoiding a subpoena in connection with the January 6. “But that’s what Bannon wants,” Jost said. “It just plays into his whole persecuted messiah complex. But Bannon is similar to Jesus in that he appears to have been dead for three days.

“After weeks of media scrutiny, Facebook is considering changing the name of its company,” Jost continued. “If you want to know how Facebook handles pressure, the answer is exactly as good as Kanye.

Michael Che, meanwhile, has taken aim at former President Trump’s new social media venture which he calls Truth Social. “But most people know it by its old name: the national sex offender registry,” he joked.

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Che later noted that “the Chicago Police Union chief urges officers to defy the city’s vaccination mandate, which is odd because Chicago police are generally anxious to shoot. “

While that joke elicited a few moans from the crowd, he had his biggest laugh when he teased Walmart’s Black Friday plans, saying, “Experts think this could be the most violent gathering of buyers. Walmart since January 6. “

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