SNL Perfectly Sums Up Trump’s Incompetence on Eve of Electors Vote (Video)

Last night, Saturday Night Live delivered two amazing sketches aimed at emphasizing what an absolute joke Donald Trump actually is.

They opened the show with a scene depicting Trump getting a visit from shirtless Vladimir “Santa Claus” Putin by way of the chimney. The entire sketch was centered around emphasizing the point that Putin sees Trump as an idiot he can manipulate like a naive child, easily distracted by complimenting him and feeding his ego.

Putin even gave Trump a gift, an Elf on the Shelf, telling our president-elect that he should place it next to his Internet router.

Disappointed, Trump informed Putin since he didn’t know he was coming by, he didn’t have a gift for him.

“Please, Mr. Trump, you are the gift,” Putin said.

John Goodman then appeared as Trump’s pick for secretary of state Rex Tillerson, who began to talk with Putin about the best ways to divide up oil-rich areas, while clearly treating Trump like a puppet who they know can be easily manipulated.

However, I think the skit later in the show with Hillary Clinton depicting a scene from the movie Love Actually was even better. In this scene, Clinton shows up to an elector’s house, using cue cards like Andrew Lincoln did in the movie to try to convince the elector to vote for anyone but Donald Trump.

“But bish… he cray,” two of the cards read.

Then a few moments later Clinton held up another card, “You don’t even have to vote for me. I’m coo.” Finally warning the elector that if Trump wins he’s going to kill us all.

Normally I would transcribe more of each skit, but you should really just check them out for yourself.

Check out the videos below via NBC:

Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.


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