“I’m sure all Americans are excited to see me, the man who allowed COVID to spread everywhere, and get one of the first vaccinations,” said Mike Pence of Beck Bennett at the top of the cool diagram. He assured the American people that the shot was “completely safe and harmless, which is why President Trump refuses to take it or talk about it.”
After the doctor tried to inject the vaccine into his buttocks, Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris Join him on stage. “How did you get into the White House?” Pence asked.
She responded to the chants, “You have won more votes.” When he began to question the election results, she slapped him in the face.
Then came the moment of truth when Harris introduced the real-life president-elect SNL A cast member used an exit stick before dropping it, similar to Willy Wonka, to make a somersault entrance. Yes, the job was handed to Alex Moffat, and he is probably best known for his always hilarious impression of Eric Trump.
When Pence indicated that he looked “different,” Biden explained to Moffat, “Yeah. I’m like Colonel Sanders. Every time you see me, I’m a different guy. There’s a good chance that by this time next year, I’ll be Mario Lopez. Now, where Vaccines? “
I just want to let the American people know one thing. You are about to have a true leader again. Biden promised that you would have the best government in the history of American politics.
“And I will make sure that Joe never defines what he means by diversity,” Harris added. “This is your Christmas present, America.” When Biden started talking about Kwanzaa, I quickly pulled him off the stage.
So far at least, that wasn’t the funniest impression ever, but it was definitely a needlessly less obsessive than Carrie and had a lot of potential over the next four years.
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