Dominion Lawsuit Against Fox News: On the 14th episode of this season, “Saturday Night Live,” the opening monologue focused primarily on the $1.6 billion lawsuit brought by Dominion voting systems against Fox News. Dominion Voting Systems has taken Fox News to court with a legal complaint.
Dominion Lawsuit Against Fox News
The fill-in hosts for Fox & Friends, Mikey Day, Heidi Gardner, and Bowen Yang, tried to justify the release of recent text messages from Fox hosts by claiming that only a fraction of those emails were made public, even though the messages cast doubt on complaints of 2020 election fraud on air. This was done to defend Fox hosts’ credibility after their text messages called into question allegations of election fraud in 2020 despite their support on air. This was done to justify the integrity of Fox anchors on life despite their recent texts being exposed, which cast doubt on fears of election fraud in 2020.
A real text message that said “Rudy Giuliani is nuts” was supposed to read “insanely sexy, and I want to suck that dye off of his head,” as was pointed out by Day. An incident in which Giuliani’s hair color leaked into his clothing prompted this comment.
After that, the three of them extended an offer to MyPillow’s CEO and Trump backer Mike Lindell to join the effort. SNL’s new Trump impersonator James Austin, who played Lindell, said that each voting machine hides “a Venezuelan oompa-loompa inside that swallows the votes with its small mouth.” For the show, Austin now plays the part of a Trump impersonator. Because of the imminent legal action, Lindell had been warned not to say anything that could be interpreted as critical of Dominion.
Travis Kelce, tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, hosted the event. Kelce’s presence was reminiscent of John Cena’s in its menacingness. All of Kelce’s family members were present, including his brother Jason, a center with the Super Bowl runner-up Philadelphia Eagles. And he managed to keep his air of sophisticated elegance the whole while. A comedy was even made about it, with Jason portraying Gardner’s new boyfriend and Gardner’s brother playing Jason’s brother.
One hilarious prepared segment features Yang chatting it up with a group of ladies before turning to the camera and pitching Straight Male Friend. Playing video games and munching on hot wings are just two examples of the delightfully shallow interactions that can take place between a Straight Man Friend and any gay man. That is to say, a homosexual man couldn’t ask for a better friend than Straight Male Friend. At the beginning of this section, Yang presents the concept in the style of a commercial for medical aid.
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This time around, Kelce and Gardner teamed up for a comedy in which they play a reunited couple who are rudely awoken in bed by Yang, who plays Garrett from the dating app Hinge. Kelce and Gardner play a couple who have reconciled, only to be awakened by Yang in the middle of the night. Yang, who was donning a “Family Guy” T-shirt picturing Stewie Griffin, was the one who interrupted.
The sketch’s high point came when Gardner repeatedly shot Yang, who was dressed as Stewie until Gardner ran off to the restroom to talk himself out of murdering the two of them. By far, this was the funniest part of the whole sketch. This idea was emphasized heavily in the sketch.
And when push comes to shove, Kelce extends an invitation to Yang to sleep in their bed. As Kelce makes this offer, Gardner’s attempt to maintain his serious expression crumbles.
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