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Saturday Night Live used to be funny. You might find that hard to believe if you’ve only viewed the show in its current form.
Redfield & Wilton surveyed 1,500 adults in the U.S. in the latter part of last year for Newsweek and the results showed that only one in five people found the show to be funny.
The Babylon Bee, a satire site, posted an article after seeing the latest addition to the SNL cast on Saturday’s show.
Molly Kearney is the first “non-binary” cast member, not counting Pat in the early 90s.
The title of the article is “Non-Binary SNL Cast Member Also Comes Out As Non-Funny” and seems totally appropriate.
The article reads, “Coming out as non-binary was a small hurdle, but the greater hurdle is coming out as non-funny,” Kearney announced in a 30-minute heartfelt SNL speech about inclusion and human rights. “I’ve known since I was a little girl that I was not funny. When I finally accepted this truth about myself, I knew I had to work for SNL.”
The current administration in Washington is comedy gold for the late-night sketch comedy show, but they do not capitalize on it. The powers that be are only interested in pushing a woke ideology.
The show dedicated some of its “news” segment Weekend Update to castigating what it considers anti-trans legislation.
Kearney dropped into a seat at the desk in a harness stating, “As you know, I’ve been wanting to come to Update and talk about trans people. But I have them for a much longer time than that wanted to fly down from the ceiling.”
“But I’m not gonna lie, this harness is pretty tight and my groin area is beefed. I’ve been hung up by my genitals for far too long and I’m starting to feel like a frickin’ Republican lawmaker,” she continued.
Michael Che, Weekend Update anchor, took a moment to insert a statistic that 14 states around the country have passed bills “restricting healthcare” for trans kids.
Do they consider not allowing trans surgeries on minors an act of restricting healthcare? Genital mutilation is not healthcare.
“Restricting Health Care for Kids. For some reason, there’s something about the word ‘trans’ that makes people forget the word ‘kids.’ If you don’t care about trans kids’ lives, it means you don’t care about fricking kids’ lives,” Kearney said.
“People need to wake up. We are making trans kids grow up too fast. We should be keeping them safe and we need to lift them up,” the comedian said.
“There’s a bunch of dudes asking you about your crotch and controlling when and where you’re allowed to pee. But if you just hang on, you’ll look up and realize, ‘You’re flying, kid!’”
“Trans rights!” Kearney yelled.
Those on either side of these issues might come to some sort of consensus if the truth replaced the lies.
Banning life-altering surgeries is not restricting healthcare just as the Florida Parental Rights in Education Act does not restrict people from using the word ‘gay.’
Be honest for once!