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Saturday Night Live Host Upset that Donald Trump Survived the Coronavirus

by | Oct 12, 2020 | News, Politics, Video | 0 comments

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At least he’s honest about it. While it’s practically common knowledge that the left would love to see Donald Trump dead and dance on his grave while singing hymns and praises to George Floyd, Saturday Night Live host, Michael Che is open and honest about it.

While playing footage of Trump holding a rally in Duluth before he tested positive, Colin Jost jested: “If getting COVID is good, his supporters are in luck this is him at a rally last week when he had Corona come on, look at him he’s like an evil Oprah. “You’re getting COVID, you’re getting COVID, you’re getting COVID! Look under your seats, it’s a ventilator!”

Michael Che added as he and the audience laughed, “I’m not going to say I’m disappointed, but it kind of feels like when there’s a car crash and the only survivor is the drunk driver.”

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