Bonus: a longshot candidate for Congress on Fracking, NRA, climate change:
Trump vs SNL: “It is a totally one-sided, biased show.” Here’s Alec Baldwin’s response.
Update. The latest salvo is here.
“…in response to Mr. Baldwin’s first salvo in this exchange, in an interview published Thursday by The Hollywood Reporter. Asked how much longer he could continue playing the president, Mr. Baldwin answered: “Every time I do it now, it’s like agony. Agony. I can’t.”
Mr. Baldwin added: “I could go out on the street, stand on any corner and tap 10 people on the shoulder. And all 10 of them, in all likelihood, would be more qualified — ethically, morally, intellectually and spiritually — than Trump. I’ll vote for Mitt Romney. I don’t care. Anybody over this guy. It doesn’t matter. We have to get rid of him.” …read the rest.
Alec Baldwin responds.
From Reddit: “Good thing we have Alec Bladwin to explain to the president how the world works.
- Words that would have sounded like complete gibberish just a year or so ago.”
- “It makes me wonder…did Trump think we would continue bringing up Hillary shit? She lost. She’s not president. There’s literally zero reason to continue paying attention to her. Who does he want them to make fun of? Or does he just want everyone to bow down and kiss his feet?”
The answer, of course, is “Of course.”
Best comment of all: “Yeah, like remember how much SNL continued to harp on Romney, McCain, Kerry, and Gore after they lost? Oh wait, they didn’t.
Hell, SNL threw softballs at McCain during his campaign, because he’s a war hero and veteran statesman who didn’t have much controversy, himself. Instead, they focused all their attention on Sarah Palin, who had enough foolishness for an entire season of material.
SNL goes after what’s ludicrous, and there’s nothing more ludicrous than Donald. Although I have to admit, I’m now finally beginning to worry that he might be a master troll that’s using all of these stupid fluff stories—like him attacking a Broadway cast, or attacking SNL—to distract us from his truly dangerous behavior.
Whether he’s an idiot or a clever villain, I think we’re fucked either way.”
Ironically while this only applied to candidates, not public servants/politicians, “The Fairness Doctrine” used to exist, and was scrapped under Reagan. That was the birth of conservative talk radio and Fox News:
In case you’re behind: A week in Donald Trump Headlines.
“Focus. This isn’t news.
Crooked Donald committing fraud and having to settle for $25,000,000 is news.
Donald having an official meeting with [foreign] business parters with his transition-team kids present in an unprecedented conflict of interest is news.
Little Donald’s tweet about SNL or Hamilton isn’t news.”
Of course, “If he bothered to watch the entire episode instead of just the cold open he’d realize they also made fun of liberals and their safe spaces.”
Okay, enough talk. Let’s make fun of liberals and their bubbles:
Time to get inspired:
About Trump, and what we can do: