SNL used to be a funny show full of skits that have become en-grained in American culture, but over the years they have turned very political, mostly at the expense of Republicans; however this past Saturday, they finally made one for the ages. It is hilarious, and spot on.
From BizPac Review:
The show played a fake ad offering a bubble of their very own world to those who don’t want to deal with such things as the presidential election.
The Bubble was billed as “a place where the unthinkable didn’t happen and life could continue for progressive Americans just as before.”
And how does the Bubble accomplish this feat?
“We streamlined our high-speed internet with only good sites, like HuffPost, Daily Cos Netflix documentaries about sushi rights and the explosive comedy of McSweeney’s,” the spokeswoman said in the ad.