“Saturday Night Live” mocked Covid-19 Vice President Mike Pence vaccinatedWho said six months ago the United States registered Record numbers of coronavirus cases This week it was “Winning the battle against the invisible enemy.”
“I’m sure all Americans are excited to see me, the man who allowed Covid to spread everywhere, get one of the first vaccinations,” said Pence, played by Beck Bennett.
The Vice President, who heads the White House Coronavirus Task Force, has sought to reassure Americans who have doubts about the safety of the vaccine.
“I just want to reassure the American people that this vaccine is completely safe and harmless,” he said. “That’s why President Trump He refuses to talk about it. “
Pence apologizes for the president. “He may no longer be president, but he still cares very hard not to go to jail,” he said.
Pence said the vaccination, meanwhile, was painless.
“For the past four years, I haven’t felt anything – just watch the country burn,” he said.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris joined the fight, and Pence asked her, “How did you get into the White House?”
She said, “I have won more votes.”
President-elect Joe Biden (Alex Moffat) joined the others and announced that change was coming.
He said, “You are about to have a true leader again.” “And you are about to have the most diverse cabinet in the history of American politics.”
Harris soon provided some fine print: “I’ll make sure Joe never defines what he means by diversity,” she said. “This is a Christmas present for you, America.”
The news segment, “Weekend Update,” came under more criticism for the White House, as co-host Colin Ghost recalls “President Donald Trump’s greatest moments in office.”
The montage featured Trump as he raised a bottle of water over his lips with both hands, saying, “Look at an African American here,” mocking a disabled reporter.
“America is not crying because it’s over,” Ghost said. “Smile because it happened.” “And then maybe you cry a little.”