& # 39; Saturday Night Live & # 39; returns with a commentary on the migrant caravan and a dig at Alec Baldwin (Watch)

& # 39; Saturday Night Live & # 39; returns with a commentary on the migrant caravan and a dig at Alec Baldwin (Watch)

"Saturday Night Live" certainly had material in stock after his first break in season 44, which he could have used for the first cold break in three weeks. In the absence, the actor Pete Davidson ended his engagement to pop star Ariana Grande. Kanye West, the season's first musical guest, decided that maybe he was not so into Trump. Trump himself took over a "Game of Thrones" meme from HBO and denounced "SNL", Trump aka Alec Baldwin was arrested. Since the elections were only a few days away, "SNL" decided to discuss caravan and voter suppression, as explained by "The Ingraham Angle".

Kate McKinnon played Laura Ingraham and buried herself in Baldwin. He called him a "shameful former actor" and showed a picture of him from the sketch "Canteen Boy" "SNL" with Adam Sandler, whom she claimed was a picture of him "molesting a young boy scout."

McKinnon started the sketch with a discussion of Trump himself and defeated the claim that he was racist by saying, "Except for his words and deeds, how is he racist?" She also complained that certain words were like "white nationalist" Now considered "bad" when hearing this term, she simply thinks "of a fun barbecue on the fourth of July – the one when you do not have to call the police."

McKinnon was included in the sketch by Cecily Strong, depicting Judge Jeanine Pirro and appearing on "The Ingraham Angle" with footage from the caravan, which she claimed was from real life and was shot earlier, but in fact only the coverage Black Friday buyer was a big box shop and make a flock at the coffers.

Asked who the caravan was, Strong as Pirro said, "Anyone you've ever seen in your nightmares … Guatemalans, Mexicans, ISIS, the Menendez brothers, the 1990s Detroit Pistons … and several baby bookies. "

She also said that this caravan had "hella Aladdins" when asked about participants from the Middle East. She claimed that they claimed elephants as minions on "very frequent" flights and then came to Mexico. The material she was showing for this claim came from "World War Z" and McKinnon when Ingraham asked if she had seen Brad Pitt there. Pirro admitted that she did because he runs out with one of the leaders.

Later in the sketch, Kenan Thompson appeared as David Clarke, who pointed out that if immigrants walk at a "normal pace of 300 miles per day," they could arrive at the border in time for election day. Aerial he Provided by the caravan was just a clip of crabs.

McKinnon opened a new voting section, claiming it would counteract voter oppression, but gave advice from the minority population, including "Never vote on Tuesdays" and "If you see" R "next to a name, it means" really "a democrat."

Later in the episode, "SNL" reached the aisle to parody the way the liberals responded to recent political news, first with a midterm advertisement stating concerns about the Democrats winning some important races and easy The spectators vote on 6th November with "Bitte?". Subsequently, a "Political Musical" advertisement targeted Caucasus theater actors seeking to be woken up by songs on border control, birth control and #MeToo.

Take a look at the Nov. 3 "SNL" cold below:

Take a look at the "Midterm Ad" below:

Take a look at the sketch "Political Musical" below:

"Saturday Night Live" will be broadcast live from coast to coast on Saturdays at 11:30. ET / 8:30 pm PT on NBC.

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