So, our poor poor pitiful me *Resident is whining about a comedy sketch and thinking it should be “court-tested”…
“Sounds like President Donald Trump didn’t enjoy this weekend’s episode of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”
The president on Sunday blasted NBC and its iconic sketch comedy show as “spin machines.” He questioned the legality of what he called “unfair news coverage” on certain TV networks ― a baseless claim that appeared to fly in the face of First Amendment protections.
“A REAL scandal is the one sided coverage, hour by hour, of networks like NBC & Democrat spin machines like Saturday Night Live,” Trump tweeted. “It is all nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials. Should be tested in courts, can’t be legal?”
You be the judge…
“An un-convicted Michael Cohen, a role reprised by Ben Stiller, embraces Trump with a hug. “I would never, ever flip on you, you’re my best friend,” Cohen tells Trump. “And, since it’s Christmas, I just want to say that you taught me everything I know… Every single thing I’ve done is because you directed me to do it, and I hope everybody knows it.”
“Wow, so everyone is better off without me being president,” Trump tells Clarance.
“Not just them, you’re better off too,” the ghost tells the not-president.
Matt Damon’s Brett Kavanaugh (“Me, on the Supreme Court? With my temperament? Are you insane? No, they went with that nerd Merrick Garland”) and Robert De Niro’s Robert Mueller, who gets to spend more time with his grandson since he’s not investigating “some idiot for treason,” also make joyous appearances at the Christmas party.
However, by the end of Clarence’s visit, Baldwin’s Trump has an epiphany: “I guess the world does need me to be president after all,” before wishing to be back in the White House.”
Charles Pierce is very concerned: