As Ratings Fail, SNL Finally Decides To Start Mocking Biden

Joe Biden won’t be happy with this one…

Poor ratings will definitely make people more creative.

Join Our Telegram channel here:

SNL decided to mock Joe Biden on Saturday night and they really hope that this will help. Bad polling numbers gave us the most creative artwork, right? Biden’s mental decline will definitely make us even more creative.

People at SNL became aware of Biden’s terrible business. They had a new ratings low last week.

Fox News reported this:

The sketch showed Biden (played by new “SNL” cast member James Austin Johnson) struggling with bad poll numbers, Democratic infighting and criticism over his policies.  

“Things are going to turn around though?” Biden pressed White House press secretary Jen Psaki (Chloe Fineman) after she told him his “CNN town hall was watched by no one and your approval rating is in the dumpster.

“I’m bad at lying so I’m going to leave,” she said before exiting.

Johnson’s Biden then began to reminisce about his carefree pre-Oval Office days.

“I don’t understand,” he said. “People used to like me. The press would call me Uncle Joe. I miss the old me. Where the hell did that guy go?”

Suddenly, guest host Jason Sudeikis, as Obama-era Vice President Biden, appeared before him.

SNL mocked Biden’s low approval numbers right after the Town Hall for CNN.

Breitbart added this:

NBC’s Saturday Night Live has reportedly experienced another ratings disaster, with this weekend’s episode featuring host Rami Malek and musical guest Young Thug hitting a new low.

Deadline reported the episode drew a 3.4 household Live + Same Day rating in the 44 metered local markets, down from last week’s show, which was hosted by Kim Kardashian West, which had a 3.8 rating.

What’s next?

They mocked Donald Trump in the past four years. It’s time to put Joe Biden in his place.

Join Our Telegram channel here:

Source: WeLoveTrump

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker