Sunday, February 05, 2017

SNL hit a home run last night.

I think the only thing wrong with this skit is that Steve Bannon is actually scarier than the angel of death.

And fatter.

But as great as that cold open was, it was not the best skit of the night in my opinion.

That was the great Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer and she just killed it!

I can't even begin to imagine how pissed off all of this makes Trump and his merry band of morons, but just thinking of it puts a big old smile on my face.


  1. Anonymous11:40 AM

    O’Reilly: “Putin’s a killer”

    Trump: “There are a lot of killers. We’ve got a lot of killers. What do you think—our country’s so innocent?”


    Bret Stephens ✔ @StephensWSJ

    Trump puts US on moral par with Putin's Russia.

    Never in history has a President slandered his country like this. …

    5:06 PM - 4 Feb 2017

    1. Anonymous4:08 PM

      Welcome to Trumpland. Stephens is correct, of course, but how hard did the WSJ fight Trump during the primaries and during the campaign last fall?

  2. Anonymous11:44 AM

    Excellent SNL skits last night. Two weeks ago (last week was a repeat), Trump said nothing about the Putin pee pee tape skit, and so far he's said nothing about last night's skewering. These two SNLs have gone beyond where things went before, and Trump can't say a thing because the skits go right to the core of his admin: he praises Putin/is in Putin's pocket and is controlled by Bannon, Trump's brain.

    1. As Baldwin's almost too easy. Trump just hands it to him wrapped up in a bow.

  3. Anonymous11:44 AM

    She is so damn funny. Took me back to the 70s.

    That's an award winner.

    1. Anonymous7:07 PM

      This week the podium is MOTORIZED!! Sublimely brilliant!

  4. Reminder to Trump:

    It is better to be pissed off than pissed on.

    N cest pas?

    1. Anonymous4:55 PM

      I think he likes to be pissed on rather than off

  5. Anonymous12:30 PM

    Um, the commercial from Homeland security was also awesome, I thought, as was Kristen Stewart's monologue about his nutty obsession with her and Robert Pattinson.

    1. "We make them eat a hot dog" was brilliant.

  6. Anonymous12:31 PM

    Did trump have it on the big screen for everyone to watch? How about fox no news nation? Did they?

    1. Anonymous1:30 PM

      I was switching channels this morn and saw Fox making light of the Spicer skit. But don't know if they mentioned Trump and Bannon, especially on this day when Fox is all about promoting O'Reilly's interview with Trump.

  7. Anonymous12:34 PM

    Trump's Tantrum About a Judge Just Made Life Hell for His Supreme Court Nominee

    ...This question, though, will be near-impossible to duck: "Do you endorse the president's stated belief that the federal judiciary is beneath the president and bows to his will?" Gorusch would never say yes, of course, because he's a federal judge himself, and no federal judge believes this, and saying so would be a giant middle finger to his colleagues everywhere. But if Gorusch says no, he turns that same middle finger to the guy who just nominated him for the Supreme Court, and—assuming he's eventually confirmed—makes it very hard for him to explain himself if he one day votes to uphold the ban. Gorsuch already faced a grueling confirmation process, and last night, Donald Trump didn't make things any easier.

    1. Anonymous3:20 PM

      That is what I think, gorsch is stupid to have accepted, he did just for glory, not a man of ethics. Adter all djt said about all other judges. Gorch is plain stupid lost all respect for the fool.

    2. Trump is undermining the judicial system.

      First the Judicial branch disappears from the White House website.

      Then this constant attacking of judges.

      "President Donald Trump continued to sow doubt about the nation’s judicial system on Sunday by attacking a judge who stalled his immigration order banning refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S."

  8. Anonymous12:44 PM

    The White House Won’t Say Whether Donald Trump Played Golf. Here’s Why.

    New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush offered a theory as to why the White House was being so coy about the outing: It included former House Speaker John Boehner.

  9. Thank you for posting these! It helps calm down the anxiety.

    1. Anonymous2:01 PM

      Yes Gryphen...thank you!

  10. Anonymous12:52 PM

    LGBTQ Community Protests Trump At Historic Stonewall Inn

    “We are going to do everything to ensure the Supreme Court doesn’t turn the clock back to the 1960s.”

  11. Anonymous1:00 PM

    The moment we’ve been waiting for has arrived: “SNL” finally showed us what life is like inside President Donald Trump’s Oval Office.

    On the show’s cold open this week, Baldwin reprised his role as Trump for the first time since the former “Apprentice” host officially took over as the United States commander-in-chief.

    After an aide (played by Kyle Mooney) tells the president that his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner have gone away for the night since they “don’t work on Shabbat,” the president realizes he’s free to sow chaos. “When the Jews are away, the goys will play. Send in Steve Bannon,” he says.

    After Baldwin’s Trump explains to his chief strategist that he is “tired and cranky and I feel like I could just freak out on somebody,” the skeletal, Grim Reaper-esque version of Bannon weighs in with some advice: “Then maybe you should call Australia.”

    In a spoof of Trump’s now famously hostile phone call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Baldwin’s Trump melts down on Beck Bennett’s Turnbull, who thanks Trump for accepting 1,200 refugees from Down Under.

    “No, no, no! No refugees. America first. Australia sucks. Your reef is failing. Prepare to go to war!” blares Trump before abruptly ending the phone call.

    Trump’s foreign outreach doesn’t end there. The parodied president goes on to badger Alex Moffat’s incarnation of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and even manages to make Holocaust Remembrance Day all about him in a call with Kate McKinnon’s German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “As you know, 6 million people ... were at my inauguration,” Trump crudely claims.

    Later, Baldwin’s character calls Mexico’s president again (this time, in a prank call) and meets his match when Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (played by Kenan Thompson) gives Trump a firm dressing-down: “You think you are bit of dictator? I will rip out your spine and drink from your skull! You can not even walk down stairs, you little white bitch!”

    The sketch closes with a behind-the-scenes look at Trump and Bannon’s unusual seating arrangement.

  12. Anonymous1:06 PM

    It was the best!!!

  13. Anonymous1:13 PM

    Paul Ryan Plans To Use Trump’s Chaos To Destroy Medicare, Medicaid And Social Security

    1. Anonymous1:33 PM

      Fact: Repealing Obamacare Will Absolutely Decimate Red State America

      ...So not only will America overall be taken back to the dark ages of pre-Obamacare, red states will be hit the hardest. In terms of the increase in the uninsured rate per state, of the top 30 that will be hit hardest, 20 are red states that voted for Donald Trump.

      So how much will the uninsured rate increase with an Obamacare repeal? Here’s the list (top 20) for Trump states:

      West Virginia – 208%
      Kentucky – 200%
      Michigan – 175%
      Arkansas – 171%
      Montana – 168%
      Ohio – 155%
      Louisiana – 154%
      North Dakota – 154%
      Wisconsin – 144%
      Maine – 122%
      Nebraska – 111%
      Indiana – 103%
      Idaho – 101%
      Arizona 95%
      Missouri – 93%
      South Dakota – 92%
      Florida – 90%
      North Carolina – 90%
      Utah – 83%
      Tennessee – 79%

      The blue states that would be most affected by the repeal would be Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Illinois, Oregon, and Washington.

    2. Anonymous4:04 PM

      Why not?

      Our new representative, retired from a career in the Marines, is very anxious, at least he was during the campaign, to end Social Security, Medicare and Obamacare. And, most surely, also Medicaid. Bergman, who represents Michigan's First District, doesn't like bureaucrats. That's why he voted against an ethics oversight group for the House. He thought it might help streamline the House. Unhuh. Just get rid of all those federal employees. I'm sure he wouldn't want to get rid of any of his fancy retirement benefits from a lifetime career in the Marines, where he did - who knows what. Maybe he was just a bureaucrat in the Marine Corps with a fancy title and great benefits. I'm wondering if he's going to turn down his benefits and pay check from the House of Representatives. He could contribute it all to help a few of the many poor people in his district who will be in dire straits if federal benefits disappear.
      Beagle mom

  14. Anonymous1:16 PM

    “Mark Wahlberg” goes to town on an American tragedy in this script for The Bowling Green Massacre

    The Bowling Green Massacre—a.k.a., the dumb Kellyanne Conway gaffe that caught the hearts and minds of a nation—has inspired plenty of jokes, and even a semi-fake charitable movement, already. But no American tragedy can be truly real until Mark Wahlberg (or at least “Mark Wahlberg”) has made a Patriots Day-style movie about it. Enter comedy writer Jordan VanDina, a.k.a. Weekend Scripts, who spent a recent weekend penning a freedom-loving thriller in which a heroic Wahlberg is prepared to die for America’s right to bowl.

  15. Anonymous1:20 PM

    I want to see more skewering of Kellyanne. But I want Kate to play her less sympathetically....she plays her as if she were burdened and embarassed to try to speak and cover for Trump. It seems to me that she JOYFULLY tells bald-faced lies, and is not at all embarrassed.

    1. Anonymous2:00 PM

      Yes, KC is obviously very pleased with herself and can lie as much as DJT does, just with a smile on her face. I think she's sees herself as stealing HRC's crown from her - she can't stop mentioning Hillary, who has barely said boo since her concession speech. KC has 4 kids and must feel very secure in her own bubble, being willing to get DJT elected, and abetting him in rolling back so much of the progress we have made in this country over the past 8 years. I watched her on Bill Maher's show, and he's known her for over 20 years and he was calling bullshit on everything she said, even as she smiled and spun her alternative facts.
      How about we send all of them to an alternative White House in an alternative US where they can be in control of nothing here, but can act like they are, and we'll pretend we love them as we have a real progressive president who can continue Obama's work and add to and strengthen it?

    2. Anonymous2:31 PM

      Pinocchios all around: Especially at the top, the Trump administration is full of people who may perhaps seem "unwell."

      We'd place Bannon, Flynn and Trump himself at the top of that pile. We'd also look to Kellyanne Conway, who has furiously done it again.

      As the leading authority skillfully tells us, Conway "is an American political activist currently serving as Counselor to President Donald [J.] Trump." In that role, she has demonstrated at least three major skills:

      She has demonstrated 1) the ability to avoid responding to any question at all, and 2) the ability to reply to any question about her boss by immediately discussing the acts of someone else.

      Most significantly, she had demonstrated 3) the ability to Take Offense at Any Word That Has Ever Been Spoken by Any Person On the Face of the Earth.

    3. Anonymous2:43 PM

      Why Kellyanne Conway Doesn’t Get A Break On Her Bowling Green Massacre Lie

      If politics and governance worked like basketball, at this point Ms. Conway would have been fouled out of the game.

      ...And taking a “small truth” about the arrest of two terrorist sympathizers and conflating it into “a massacre nobody told you about” is not an honest mistake. It is a heinous breach of trust by the special counsel to the president of the United States ― a breach that cannot, should not and is not being tolerated.

      So no, Ms. Conway, you do not get the benefit of the doubt on this one. Or the next one. Or the next one. Because we’re onto you. And we’re not only not ready to make nice ― we’re not going to back down.

  16. Anonymous1:25 PM

    Donald Trump's executive order to roll back Dodd-Frank is basically futile, says Barney Frank

    'The executive order that the President offered with a lot of hype has no specifics. In fact, it doesn’t do anything'

    1. Anonymous7:16 PM

      Donnie is telling everyone he wants to overturn Dodd-Frank because his "friends" can't get a loan.

      Dodd-Frank had NOTHING to do with loans, it is about derivatives, something even the wall st wizards can't explain.

      So is Donnie lying again or is he too stupid to know what Dodd-Frank is about? Or Both?

    2. Leland5:05 AM

      7:16, I have to say this. Humpty Trumpty isn't too stupid to know about Dodd-Frank. And to him, he isn't lying.

      I think he is INCAPABLE of recognizing he's lying.

  17. Anonymous1:31 PM

    Also, Sarah, you're such old news now that even the impression of you on SNL is out.

    1. Anonymous1:49 PM

      Even c4p rarely mentions her anymore, what few hangers on still post there. About damned time!

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    1. Anonymous2:14 PM

      Is Mikey going to look into all the WH staff with dual registration?

      Well I guess he will have to pay for this on his own. :

      "On Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on Sunday that he will not allocate the funds necessary for Trump to conduct the investigation."

  20. Anonymous1:54 PM

    I was laughing so hard when she picked up the desk I had to cross my legs. Melissa was wonderful- and Melissa as Sean Spicer will be wonderful for Halloween, as will Ginblossom Bannon. Don't let them forget that we know who they are.

  21. Anonymous1:57 PM

    Melissa McCarthy! Wow! That was epic!

  22. Anonymous2:06 PM

    Alex Jones
    " the desire to hurt ordinary Americans is indeed a universal motivation–of Republican politicians. They wish us harm."
    "they are beholden to rich conservatives who expect Republican politicians to make them richer. That’s all there is to it" Paul Ryan, lies at every opportunity, making stuff up to answer a question and move on to the next lie. Years ago he was singled out in the famous campaign ad that depicted him pushing an old lady over a cliff in her wheelchair. "
    "It is possible that the last two weeks of the fraudulent Trump presidency have awakened a sleeping giant called Liberal America. "

  23. Anonymous2:12 PM

    So we might have our healthcare for another year, by then he will have moved on to another crises of his own creation.

    Now he is walking back his tax cuts, sorry rich people.

    Trump: Obamacare replacement might take a year

    The timetable was notably longer than he's cited lately
    President Donald Trump walked back his recent vow that Obamacare would be replaced in short order, telling FOX News’ Bill O’Reilly that the process is “complicated” and “maybe it’ll take till sometime into next year.”

    "It statutorily takes a while to get," Trump said in a wide-ranging interview that aired during the Super Bowl pre-game show. "We’re going to be putting it in fairly soon, I think that yes I would like to say by the end of the year at least the rudiments, but we should have something within the year and the following year."

    In the interview, Trump also stopped just short of promising a deal to cut taxes this year — “I think so, yes. … I would like to say yes,” he told O’Reilly — and vowed to set up a commission to investigate voter fraud headed by Vice President Mike Pence.

    1. Anonymous3:55 PM

      It should be clear to any live person that the GOP has not a clue about how to provide health care to the American people. I think it must be hard for th em to admit that they'd just prefer that we all die sooner rather than later.

    2. Leland5:12 AM

      I understand what you're saying, Beaglemom, except I would say they don't really want us to die. I mean if we do, who will work in their non-union sweat shops 18 hours a day?!

  24. Anonymous2:26 PM

    Liars. All of them.

  25. Anonymous2:34 PM

    Trump Wants To Blame Judges For Terror Attacks

    He really just said this.

  26. Anonymous3:32 PM

    OT? OK Bestiality! BIG DICK>" coerced her to engage in bestiality by “attempting” to make her have sex with a horse."
    "initiated the process to have the priest defrocked"he can no longer represent himself as a priest, even after his repentance.”
    "One witness said he kept the vibrators and leather straps alongside his priestly vestments and holy water."“evils of adultery” and warned his flock against television and Internet pornography."One of his colleagues at the church, Father Don Cavazzana admitted to Cipolla that he was the videographer of many of the films but that he did it “under extreme duress.”

  27. Anonymous3:53 PM

    How long before bannon actually turns into the grim reaper? If I was dRUMPf, I'd get a food taster. Maybe spicer?

    1. Leland5:13 AM

      Nah! Kellyanne.

  28. Anonymous5:47 PM

    I know who the con looks like, Julia Child!
    They look the same.

  29. Absolutely. Out of the Park. And the Betsy DeVos was spot on! Just in time to defeat her nomination too.

    As much as I LOOOOOOVE Alec Baldwin as Trump (and he should get an Emmy for his performance) Melissa McCarthy was fucking brilliant! She needs to come back and do it again.

    They both deserve Emmys. And the writing staff!

    1. Agreed, Baldwin was amusing but Melissa was FABULOUS!!! Running around with that podium was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. If she would do that regularly on SNL I might watch it again.

  30. Anonymous7:06 PM

    I thought president bannon was one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse.

    Which one doesn’t matter, any and all apply to him but Pestilence comes to mind when I look at his photos.

  31. Anonymous6:10 AM

    And, now Pence is whining about the portrayal. He thinks SNL is being 'mean'! Poor baby!! Stiffen up, Pence! Get some balls! You're going to be hearing a LOT more of this during the first term - if you and Trump survive that long.

    Impeach, impeach, impeach Trump!!!!


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