Fox News thrives after presidential woes

As a nation begin third year of Disease, President Joe Biden is still in the gloom of low approval ratings right after marking the 365-day incumbent milestone.

Kate McKinnon, returning to her role on “Saturday Night Live” as late-night Fox News host Laura Ingraham on “Ingraham Angle,” has not enjoyed a year in Biden’s presidency. .

Ingraham credits Biden’s work by weighing these accomplishments: “Can we all admit it was a disaster? Inflationary out of control, gas was at $19 a gallon, and the green M&M was cancelled. ”

After calling White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki a “former Wendy’s spokesman,” Ingraham argued that Biden’s libertarians “want to take away everything that makes you American.”

Those include, guns, Morgan Wallen, spare guns, and “the commercials where the whole family is the same,” she said.

‘Saturday Night Live’ actor and former cast member Will Forte hosts the show on January 22, 2022. NBC

Waiting from afar in the wings of “Ingraham Angle,” in front of Novak Djokovic (Pete Davidson), and President Donald Trump (James Austin Johnson), is Senator Ted Cruz.

The Republican Party of Texas, played by Aidy Bryant, is described by Igraham as an antidote to this era of America’s decline, one who “repels the tyranny of Biden.”

Ingraham then noted Cruz recently apologized on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” for calling participants in the January 6, 2021 riots on the US Capitol “terrorists.” In real life, Cruz calls the Trump supporters riot “Violent terrorist attack.”

Then, Ingraham noted Cruz recently apologized on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” for what she described as Bryant’s Cruz calling those who participated in the January 6, 2021 riots, “terrorists” ” (Cruz called the US Capitol riots by Trump supporters a “violent terrorist attack”).

Cruz reiterated that he regrets the comment. He noted that the rioters were “big burly men.”

“Donald, if you’re watching, I love you,” Cruz said. “Honestly, you’re a princess.”

Cruz turned to travel advisories, warning that winter could be cold for Texans.

“February will be a cold month, so you might want to book your vacation to Cancun now,” he say.

“Weekend Update” didn’t love Biden any more than “Ingraham Angle,” with co-host Colin Jost opening the news section by noting Presidential press conference marked his first year in office which lasted nearly two hours.

“Because it’s time to mark everything that went wrong,” he said.

Michael Che noted that US Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona shook hands with many Republicans after she and fellow Democrat Joe Manchin, a senior senator from West Virginia, helped the GOP defeat Wednesday’s attempt to amend Senate rules that may have opened the door for the advancement of suffrage legislation.

“Ah, the U.S. Senate,” said Che, “holds the Negroes with a quiet handshake since 1787.”

“SNL” doesn’t address democracy, but it did announce that its two talents, Davidson and Jost, along with real estate agent Paul “the Italian” Italia, buy a decommissioned ferry catered to the couple’s native Staten Island.

They plan to dock and turn it into an entertainment venue.

Davidson calls the ferry “the windowless truck of the sea,” but he seems pleased with his choice of partner, telling Jost, “You sound like you own the yacht they lease. to shoot rap videos.”

“It’s very exciting,” Jost said. “We thought of the whole thing.”

Former SNL cast member Will Forte, who starred on Peacock’s show “MacGruber”. The musical’s guest was Måneskin.

NBC Entertainment, which broadcasts “Saturday Night Live”, NBC News and Peacock are all subsidiaries of NBCUniversal. Fox News thrives after presidential woes

Jake Nichol

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