Move over Lorne Michaels, DC is the new SNL
WASHINGTON — Democrats have turned Washington, D.C., the seat of the American government, into the comedic capital of the world. The nation’s capital city and the government itself air 24/7 like a constant skit-show/sh*t-show with a stellar cast of characters. Same as SNL (Saturday Night Live) only different.
Newly added to the D.C. SNL troupe is multi-talented Nina Jankowicz, who regales us with her musical parodies. Her favorite band is The Police (of course) and their song “I’ll be Watching You” may become the anthem of the Disinformation Governance Board. Created out of thin air and without Congressional authority, this government entity appears modeled on George Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth” in his famous dystopian novel 1984. Orwell’s novel was intended as a satire on Communism. But those Krazy Kids in the Biden Misadministration decided to use the Ministry of Truth as a blueprint, not a joke. Although that’s exactly what the Disinformation Governance Board seems to be.
Perhaps this characterization of the DSG may be a bit unfair. After all, truth most likely will have no place in the organization.
Then we have the veteran D.C. SNL political actors who have kept us in stitches for years.
There’s DC’s Jerry “The Penguin” Nadler, Richard “Vietnam Vet” Blumenthal, Nancy “Doesn’t Drink” Pelosi, Adam “Bug Eye” Schiff, Maxine “The Mouth” Waters, and a cadre of other comedians who have been on this circuit forever.
Gags and one-liners are written 24/7 and the fun never stops in the DC laugh-a-thon. In this party town, fetes and galas abound along with numerous celebrity roasts.
The leader of this happy band of D.C. SNL jesters is Joe “The Mime” Biden.
His sharp wit and perfect timing are the glue that holds this show together, providing non-stop entertainment.
You can binge-watch the D.C. SNL show on many of your favorite media outlets. We promise you, you’ll never find things boring. And better yet: Now you don’t have to wait until Saturday night, because…
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