‘Saturday Night Live’ parodies holiday dinner conversations amid Trump impeachment inquiry
“Oh, you mean how Trump is permanently impeached and then permanently re-elected? I’m fine,” Thompson replied.
The skit then moved on to families in San Francisco and Charleston, expressing completely different views on Trump’s presidency and impeachment. After returning to Atlanta, the character of Thompson asked, “Who do you think is going to be cast out of ‘The Mask Singer’ this week?”
Redd then said the American people would no longer vote for Trump in 2020.
“Which people? Whites?” Thompson asked. “If white people tell you, ‘Maybe I won’t vote for Trump this time,’ you know what it’s called, right? A lie! Nobody was going to vote for Trump in 2016 either , and guess who did it? Everyone! “
After the skit featured family prayers and talks about Democratic presidential candidates, Bryant’s snowman returned, stating that all of these families had “one important thing in common.”
“They live in states where their votes don’t matter because none of them live in the three states that will decide our election,” she said. “This is the magic of the Electoral College.
Kate McKinnon, playing climate activist Greta Thunberg, arrived abruptly with a Christmas message, stating that “10 years from now this snowman won’t exist.”
The reference to Thunberg came just days after she was recognized as Person of the Year by Time magazine for her environmental activism.