SNL Sketch Pushes "Gun Control." Fails Miserably...
Lefitsts lack of self awareness, when it comes to guns, couldn't be more evident than last night's episode of SNL. Of course, liberals are fist-bumping each other over how awesomely awesome it was. Well, one does...
There were other sketches that apparently "destroyed" our "gun obsession" in the "best way possible"...
Then, during Weekend Update, guns came up again. Colin Jost and Michael Che did an extended back-and-forth about the issue. Che noted that, sure, the Constitution says its okay to own guns, but it also says it's okay to own people. That's a pretty strong anti-gun joke.
Finally, during a sketch about a town council meeting, Schumer played cute a little girl who asked lots of cute questions about her school, like whether her recess could be extended. But, her real question? Could she bring her gun to her elementary school?
Oh, you got us SNL! Your hack comedy and strawmen attacks have like, totally changed our mind about the 2nd Amendment and the intrinsic right to self-preservation. Of course Amy Schumer was hosting. The dame who has aggressively pushed a gun control measures on-stage with her third-cousin/Senator Chuck. Groundbreaking comedy, surely.
Seriously, could this be any more verse-chorus-verse?
- Make stupid political statements, sometimes wrapped in "humor."
- High fives all around to how you stuck it to those ignorant pro-gun people.
- Have your armed security guards take you from the armed studios back to your armed apartment buildings, because you have to get up early to make another movie that glorifes the "gun violence" you just mocked.
Like we said before SNL, yawn.
Also, do you know how I know Amy Schumer and the cast of SNL know nothing about guns? They repeatedly have their finger on the trigger throughout the sketches. Yes, America. The gun-control pushing elites of Manhattan, in their armed-security studios haven't even taken a preliminary gun-safety course. But you should like, totally listen to them on how to make guns safer and stuff.