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SNL Refrains from Biden Parody after Years of Mocking Trump

'Those are real things you believe and tell other people about?'...

In the first Saturday Night Live show following Joe Biden‘s inauguration, the cast refrained from comedy sketches portraying the president and vice president, The Daily Mail reported.

John Krasinski—Jim from NBC’s The Office—hosted SNL’s inaugural 2021 episode, a prime time to joke about gaffe-prone Biden and historically unpopular Kamala Harris.

For the past five years, SNL relentlessly directed jokes at President Donald Trump while only mildly poking fun at Democrat politicians — occasionally.

Instead of a skit with Biden and Harris, the cast mocked obscure first-term Rep. Marjorie Greene, who has been the target of a media attack due to unwavering support for Trump, the Washington Post reported.

Kate McKinnon as herself asked Cecily Strong as Greene, “Those are real things you believe and tell other people about?,” in reference to Greene’s alleged belief in QAnon.

“Uh-huh,” Strong replied.

Actors also portrayed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

The show’s audience noted the eerie absence of presidential political comedy, at the same time that the military occupies the nation’s capital.

Left-wing viewers disliked the episode for a different reason: its failure to be sufficiently woke about men kissing.

Krasinski and co-host Pete Davidson kissed.

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