Kate McKinnon’s Rudy Giuliani dropped by Live Saturday nightTable “Weekend Update” to discuss legal strategies for the election lawsuit of President Donald Trump.
On Saturday, when the networks called the election for Joe Biden, the president’s lawyer held a press conference in the Four Seasons Total Landscaping company’s parking lot threatening further legal action – an executive The motion that the original president mistakenly took was taking place at the Four Seasons upscale hotel in Philadelphia.
A few hours later, McKinnon returned to describe Giuliani above SNL, scoff at that.
“Did you watch my press conference today?” McKinnon’s Giuliani asked Weekend update host Colin Jost. “It was at Four Seasons. Strange!”;
Jost notes that it is actually held at a landscape company, not a hotel. “That’s a mistake?” Jost asked McKinnon’s Giuliani.
“What? No!” McKinnon’s Giuliani said, then added: “Anyway, I’m glad I got to the show on time. First I went to 30 Rocks. It was a granite quarry in New Rochelle.”
Then, McKinnon’s Giuliani went on to explain how the Trump team planned against the election results in court after the president continued to unfoundedly claim that widespread voter fraud had taken place.
“Look, I have a lot of strategies. First, we’re going to throw bogus ballots … these ballots, they might come from Mars!” McKinnon’s Giuliani said.
While that sounds like a made up joke SNLGiuliani actually did comment on the Mars ballots during a press conference on Wednesday.
Jost notes: “That’s really what you said.
“That’s right,” said McKinnon’s Giuliani. “So we’ll ask us to look at all the names … if the name is Meep Thorp Xandar and the address is Mars, we’ll throw those ballots out.”
McKinnon’s Giuliani went on that some of the ballot papers might actually be corncakes. “We’ll eat them and see if they are corncakes,” she said. “If my butt goes down after I eat it, you know it’s a tortilla.”
Jost then asked: “What practical legal requirements do you have to challenge these results?”
McKinnon’s response reflected a degree of rigor to the Trump team’s legal challenges.
“In Michigan, we asked for a recount,” she said. “In Wisconsin, we asked to reduce the number. We called support in Nevada, we have safety in Arizona and in Georgia: Opposition Day. Plus, we’ll ask me to do it.” so is our personal census and silver bullet. ” .. I cannot count too highly. “
McKinnon’s Giuliani added that “besides, we are suing all states.”
“What are you suing all states for?” Jost asked.
“I don’t know, alimony? Manslaughter? I don’t know!” McKinnon’s Giuliani replied.
McKinnon’s Giuliani also accused the poll participants of being paid to lie to the American people.
“They always say,” Honey, I’m Cinnamon. My real name is Brittany. Shh … don’t tell them I told you, “McKinnon’s Giuliani said.” And then you find out her name isn’t Brittany! “
But after a while, Jost confirmed McKinnon’s Giuliani was actually talking about strippers. “Yes, strippers, polls,” said McKinnon’s Giuliani.
But if all the legal bids fail and Trump is unable to secure a second term, McKinnon’s Giuliani explains that he will simply return to the city that “created me” —New York City, city where Giuliani used to be mayor.
“I’ll be fine,” said McKinnon’s Giuliani. “I’m moving back to the city that made me up. Hey New York, dad’s house, do you miss me?”