The snarky version of “Saturday Night Live” from “Fox & Friends” has skewered wacky word salad storyteller Donald Trump (James Austin Johnson) in the open cold as he confesses that January 6 started as a “coup intentional planned state”.
But Fox’s first guest, Ginni Thomas (played by Kate McKinnon), snuggles up with her Supreme Court Justice husband (Kenan Thompson). She says she takes her “Supreme Court Yoko Ono duty” very seriously. All I want,” she sneers, “is a tidal wave of biblical revenge to sweep the Biden crime family down to Gitmo, and then we’ll unleash the Kraken.
Jeanine Pirro (Cecily Strong) lambastes Disney for taking a stand against Florida’s new “Don’t Say Gay” law. “Woke Disney won’t stop until all of Disney World is filled with twinkerbelles, Cinderfellas and that gay Mr. Toad,” says “Pirro” before pulling out a can of beer.
When Trump goes online, the “friends” ask him about Jan. 6.
“Did you commit a coup, sir?” asks Ainsley Earhardt (Heidi Gardner).
“No, you know what? There was no coup,” says “Trump.” “It was an event, maybe a takeover event, a coup maybe… make a hit, who to do? what are you doing, what are you doing? … Yes, in many ways it was an intentional and planned coup.
Regarding the discrepancy in the White House phone logs that day, Alex Moffat’s Steve Doocy asks “Trump” if he’s ever used a burn-in phone.
“No, that’s not true, I’ve never used a burner phone, except maybe January 6 during that seven-hour period,” he replies. “I couldn’t even tell you what a burner phone looks like. Honestly, I was too busy with phone calls, phone calls, and kicks.
But it was not a “violent revolution”, insists Brian Kilmeade of Mikey Day.
“Could have been, should have been, maybe,” replies “Trump.” “Violence may be good. You know, they used to be violent all the time. You lined up the opponents, you went ‘bing, bing bing.’ Knock them down, so easy. Solve so many problems, so many problems, you shoot them down… that’s what I call a coup.
Check it all out in the video clip above.