Chris Spargo of The Daily Mail thinks Saturday Night Live “pushed the envelope” this week with a parody of a car commercial that had a young girl joining ISIS.
I confess that my television viewing habits do not include voluntarily submitting to liberal gibberish. Several sites, including TMZ, have put up polls for readers to vote on whether they found the skit disgusting or funny. I watched the video and think it was pitifully unfunny.
There are those who took to Twitter to express their disgust:
3 young girls are somewhere in Syria tonight because they got mesmerised by ISIS, family is sick with worry and you do this? #SNL #shame
— Sue (@manxie809) March 1, 2015
The skit, in my opinion, was a weak attempt to mock a president who stated for the record that ISIS was a JV team—a bunch of nobodies—a man who declared to the United Nations days after US Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens was brutally slaughtered in Benghazi by savages who adhere to the filthy heresy of Islam, “.”
I chose to mock The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer posing him in the above Photoshop™ as he diminished the Office of the President of the United States with a Selfie Stick from the Buzzfeed video that went viral.
Wait, are people actually mad about #SNL's fake ISIS commercial, or did Gawker turn three tweets into a clickbait article?
— Sean (@AngryDisneyNerd) March 1, 2015