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“Saturday Night Live” host Chris Rock gloated over President Trump’s COVID diagnosis while SNL guest star Jim Carrey suggested Trump deserved to get sick because it was “karma.”
Rock joked: “Before we get started, let’s say the elephant in the room: President Trump’s in the hospital from COVID. And I just want to say my heart goes out to COVID.”
Rock then mocked Trump’s past career as a reality TV star, which he was cast in because the billionaire mogul had built a multi-national real estate empire.
Basically, Rock suggested that it’s far easier to run a country of 330 million people than to be a TV star.
“You realize there’s more rules to a game show than running for president?” Rock said. “Donald Trump left a game show to run for president because it was easier. You can’t just throw your son on “Jeopardy,” or your son-in-law. Steve Harvey can’t put his family on “Family Feud.”
Rock also took aim at Joe Biden, suggesting the 77-year-old Democrat is sluggish and lifeless compared to President Trump, who looks robust and healthy even while battling COVID.
“Do the Democrats even want to win?” Rock wondered. “The Democrats just keep putting up 75-year-old people to run against Trump. One thing we can say about Trump, he’s got the most energy of any 75-year-old person on the face of the earth! Even Mick Jagger’s like, ‘Slow down, Donald!’”
For the record, Trump just turned 74 in June, while Biden turns 78 in November.
Chris Rock then segued into a push for Congressional term limits. Joe Biden — a former senator — has been a politician for 47 years.
Rock said: “The Senate and the Congress doesn’t work. It doesn’t work because they need term limits. We agreed we cannot have kings, yet we have dukes and duchesses running the Senate, making decisions for poor people!”
During SNL’s cold open, Jim Carrey played Biden and gleefully suggested that Trump deserved to get COVID because it was “karma and science.”
Carrey said: “Sorry, but I think we all needed a break. Isn’t that satisfying [that Trump got sick]? Just not to hear his voice for a single g*ddamn second? Let’s wallow in it. Let’s bask in the Trumplessness!”
Carrey hinted that it would great if President Trump died because that would send a wakeup call to everyone to take the coronavirus more seriously.
Carrey said: “I believe in science and karma. Now, just imagine if science and karma could somehow team up and send us all a message about how dangerous this virus can be. I’m not saying I want it to happen. Just imagine if it did.”
As it is, many on the left wished death on President Trump and blamed him for contracting it by saying he should’ve worn a mask and social-distanced.
Meanwhile, the tiny SNL audience was packed together like sardines at an indoor studio and were not distanced at all.
Does Jim Carrey think that everyone who got COVID “deserved” to get it because it was karmic payback? Here’s a partial list of celebrities who got the coronavirus:
- CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin
- ABC News host George Stephanopoulos
- Actor Tom Hanks
- Atlanta’s Democrat mayor Keisha Bottoms
- Actor Robert Pattinson
- Singer Pink
- NBA star Kevin Durant
- Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt.
Many pointed out the hypocrisy of the mainstream media, who are catastrophizing Trump’s COVID infection while downplaying or ignoring the apparent deterioration in Joe Biden’s mental fitness.
“Reporters challenge every syllable of a Trump health update. Yet they’re indifferent to Biden’s obvious mental/physical deterioration.”
Reporters challenge every syllable of a Trump health update. Yet they're indifferent to Biden's obvious mental/physical deterioration. "How dare anyone notice he has early-stage dementia? His campaign said it's a stutter!"
— Jon Gabriel (@exjon) October 3, 2020
While the left is once again trafficking in hate, Trump supporters rallied behind the president, sending well-wishes and prayers.
OANN host Jack Posobiec reported: “People have flown in from all over the country to Walter Reed. Wisconsin, San Diego, Atlanta, Syracuse, they all say they felt called to be here to support the President.”
People have flown in from all over the country to Walter Reed. Wisconsin, San Diego, Atlanta, Syracuse, they all say they felt called to be here to support the President.
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 4, 2020
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