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Dana Carvey Humorously Mocks the North Korea Situation
These days, comedy is up on the shelf with nano-pets and vinyl. The PC Thought Police limit what seeps from people's pieholes more stringently than the UK monitors its "free" people. Everyone has become so polarized, they can only mock or laugh at jokes which bash the "other side." Dana Carvey doesn't care about any of that.
He demonstrated as much when he mocked both Donald Trump and Barry Obama dealing with the North Korea situation. Bravo, fine sir!
Dana Carvey on Monday wondered whether Donald Trump will get credit if the efforts to de-nuclearize North Korea are successful. Talking to Conan O’Brien on TBS, he even joked about a Nobel Prize: “As far as Trump is concerned, if he solves the thing in thing in North Korea... are we going to give him the Nobel Peace Prize? I mean, we’d have to, right?”
After the audience gasped, he went into a Trump impersonation: “I love the Nobelians.” Carvey also speculated that Obama was “too nice” when it came to North Korea. Slipping into an Obama voice, he joked: “We call you little rocket man because you are short of stature and you fire projectiles into the air.”
Not only were Dana's remarks rip-roaringly hilarious, they were spot-on in terms of accuracy. Obama was a weak and ineffectual ninny. Any shows of strength toward our enemies was cloaked in five layers of passive aggressiveness. Trump, on the other hand, is direct. "Screw with us and we'll MOAB your house down." Which, by all appearances is working.
Leftist "comedians" always maintained it was impossible to mock Barry, yet Dana just pulled it off flawlessly. Right along with lampooning the Donald for being a little on the ditzy side. No vitriol or blatant side-taking, just giggles. Hello comedy, my old friend. I've not seen you in quite a while.