Sunday, May 22, 2022

Kate McKinnon Tells Amy Connie Barrett About ‘Plopping’ Babies on Ferris Wheels on ‘SNL’

On “Saturday Night Live,” Kate McKinnon flirts with an obsessive Supreme Court Justice Amy Connie Barrett with a wild rift that abortion is illegal everywhere from Ferris wheels to mailboxes.

“I think you’re very happy with [leaked] The draft “opinion by Justice Samuel Alito that is on track to affect Roe v. Wade,” Weekend Update co-anchor Colin Jost told “Barrett.”

McKinnon replied with a smile, “I don’t know what you think other than what I just said.”

McKinnon’s Barrett then zoomed in on a number of ways women could easily drop unwanted children off for pickup by anyone in imagined safe shelter situations.

Do “Your nine, leave it on the sidewalk. Wrap it up like a little Moses, put it in a small basket, send it to the bay. … It’s easy,” McKinnon said.

“If you’ve had a miscarriage you’re a murderer. But you’re not a murderer if you bag a baby in a mailbox, and he tracks. … Just give it to a stork and the stork gives it to a stork.” Will give it to gay. I think gays will be happy because now they have more kids to adopt – as long as we don’t ban that too.”

Jost had taken his own slash in court earlier.

“Well, guys, tomorrow is Mother’s Day, whether you wanted to be or not.”

He said the court actually screwed up with the leaking of Alito’s draft opinion.

“The court is usually careful, but they just slipped once, and now they have to live with it forever. Seems really unfair,” Jost noted in the sly reference to an unplanned pregnancy.

He mocked Alito for quoting Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Civil Rights, who is “citing Amber Heard on how to make the bed”, referring to Heard’s recent testimony that he dirty Johnny Depp’s bed. Had given.

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