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Saturday Night Live, Stormy Daniels, and Eric Schneiderman

May 8, 2018

Eric-Schneiderman reports that

Actor and comedian Joe Piscopo is joining the growing group of “Saturday Night Live” alums who’ve spoken out against the show’s perceived liberal bias.

On Monday, Piscopo blasted porn star Stormy Daniels’ guest appearance on the late-night NBC show saying it was “over the line.”

“What do you need for this to go all away?” asked the fake Trump to Daniels, played by Alec Baldwin.

“A resignation,” responded Daniels.

Piscopo told Fox Business journalist Maria Bartiromo the decision to feature Daniels on SNL was in poor taste.

“I’m so loyal to ‘SNL,’” said the 66-year-old during an interview on “Mornings with Maria” Monday. “But Stormy Daniels on ‘SNL’? Lorne Michaels doesn’t even ask me to go on ‘SNL’.”

Piscopo starred in the late-night comedy show between 1980 and 1984, where he was famous for his impression of Frank Sinatra.

“It was such a great, organized sketch,” he said of the controversial skit. “But don’t put Stormy Daniels in there — what do I tell my kids?”

Baldwin quickly took to Twitter where he responded to Piscopo’s statement.

“Joe Piscopo asks, ‘What will I tell my children?'” tweeted the 60-year-old. “You tell them that Trump is a compulsive adulterer who pays off porn stars w $ from dubious sources. What else?”

You tell them Trump is a compulsive adulterer who pays off porn stars w $ from dubious sources. What else?

Back in 2017, Piscopo told The Hollywood Reporter that despite being a lifelong Democrat, he supported Trump, his acquaintance for 25 years, during the presidential election.

‘“The reason I voted for Trump is because he said two words I’ve never heard a politician utter in my life,” he explained at the time. “Two words: ‘Inner city.’ I’m a spokesman for the Boys and Girls Club in New Jersey.

“I’ve walked the inner city 25 years. My mission in life has been at-risk children… I’m a blue-dog Democrat. So what am I? A moderate conservative? I don’t even know what I am. All I know is when it comes to jobs, I’m a union guy.”

Piscopo, who described himself as an “Italian Catholic pro-lifer,” considered running for New Jersey governor as a Republican but ultimately decided that same year not to do so.

The entertainer isn’t the only SNL alum who has openly shared their conservative views over the years.

Rob Schneider, a veteran of SNL, told The New York Daily News in April he believed Baldwin’s Trump impersonation is ruining the show because the actor lets his personal politics take center stage.

Rob Schneider: “To me, the genius of Dana Carvey was Dana always had empathy for the people he played, and Alec Baldwin has nothing but a fuming, seething anger towards the person he plays.”

“The fun of ‘Saturday Night Live’ was […] you never knew which way they leaned politically,” said the 54-year-old. “You kind of assumed they would lean more left and liberal, but now the cat’s out of the bag [and] and they are completely against Trump, which I think makes it less interesting because you know the direction the piece is going.”

Okay, gentle readers, here we go…

First of all, Alec Baldwin attempting to advise ANYONE what to say to a child is like Rosie O’Donnell being the spokesperson for Weight Watchers.

On April 11, 2007, Baldwin displayed his wonderful parenting skills in a verbal tirade which he unleashed in a phone call to his daughter…


After Ireland failed to answer her father’s scheduled morning phone call from New York on April 11, Alec went berserk on her voice mail, saying “Once again, I have made an ass of myself trying to get to a phone,” adding, “you have insulted me for the last time.”

Switching his train of thought, Baldwin then exercised his incredible parenting skills and took a shot at his ex-wife, declaring, “I don’t give a damn that you’re 12-years-old or 11-years-old, or a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn’t care about what you do.” The irate Baldwin went on to say, “You’ve made me feel like s**t” and threatened to “straighten your ass out.”

“This crap you pull on me with this goddamn phone situation that you would never dream of doing to your mother,” screamed Baldwin, “and you do it to me constantly over and over again.”

Before hanging up, Baldwin warned the child, “You better be ready Friday the 20th to meet with me.” That’s tomorrow

To call Alec Baldwin a hypocrite would be an insult to hypocrites.

Saturday Night Live used to be hysterically funny.

From the days of Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and Garrett Morris to the days of Dennis Miller, Joe Piscopo, and Eddie Murphy, you could tune in on a Saturday Night and expect to be entertained…not lectured to by a bunch of self-righteous Liberals who were still throwing a temper tantrum over losing a Presidential Election which took place almost one and one-half years previously.

Just like the Late Night Talk Shows that run on the Broadcast Networks from Monday through Friday, SNL has ceased being funny and entertaining.

Now, like Colbert, Kimmel, et al, Saturday Night Live has become an official Propaganda Arm for the Democratic Party, trading humor for hubris and punch lines for politics.

By showcasing Porn “Actress” Stormy Daniels in an insulting skit aimed at President Trump, SNL not only stepped over the line of propriety, it stomped that sucker flat in the process.

Did they not realize that the President’s Popularity numbers are continuing to rise, in spite of Miss Daniels throwing herself at the Main Stream Media in the same way that she has thrown herself at men for the past several decades?

By using her for the purpose of a possible ratings boost, thereby increasing their income, are the producers of Saturday Live now “pimps”?

I mean, they knew what she was when they hired her,

They only thing they had to dicker on was the price.

But, I digress…

Please allow me to leave you with this thought,…

In order to cover their…tracks, will the producers and writers of SNL air a skit this weekend making fun of former NY AG and sexual pervert Eric Schneiderman, a Democrat?

Probably not.

Until He Comes,