Maybe Tom Brady still works and just goes out there and wins games, said McKinnon, playing the host of a show called “What Still Works?” But he’s a “weird Trump guy,” so that’s not really working for her.
Something else totally screwed up: Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (played by Cecily Strong), who believes that the 9/11 terror attacks and the Parkland school shootings were faked by actors — and California wildfires were sparked by “Jewish space lasers.” Colleagues almost kept up with the crazy by putting her on the House Education and Labor Committee.
As for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, McKinnon talks to one of the 3% of Americans lucky enough to get a shot: O.J. Simpson (Kenan Thompson), who’s wearing an ankle bracelet. “Teachers can’t get the vaccine, but you did?” McKinnon asks.
“Guilty as charged,” he admits.
“Normally a stock price reflects a company’s value, right?” McKinnon tries to clarify.
So when the stock prices jumped from $17 to $413 a share, “would you say that reflects the kind of business GameStop stores have been doing in the past two weeks?” she asks. Boner confesses it’s actually a “dying business.”
McKinnon finally admits: I’m “slowly losing my mind along with all of you.”
And she regrets “not taking that gun” that Greene offered her.
Check out the clip up top.