It's long established that Saturday Night Live is fully on board with the far left agenda. That wasn't always the case. They used to target both sides. It definitely leaned left, but if they had an opportunity to make a joke on either side, they sent for it. Now even SNL is going after the left.

What made SNL make such a hard left? Something happened while George W. Bush was in office. The hate and vitriol started spewing toward the right at that point. Did this continue into Barack Obama's presidency? Not at all. The only jokes about Obama were about how incredible he was.

This is what makes it such a shocker that SNL took a shot at the DNC.

Check it out.

Saturday Night Live with mock DNC ad.

Per The Daily Wire:

In a three-minute mock ad for the Democratic Party, the cast of SNL parodies all the hilarious characters, like Sens. Chuck Schumer, 66, Diane Feinstein, 84, and Tim Kaine, along with Hillary, 70, Pelosi, 77, and Sanders, 76.

“We’re back, baby!” Feinstein says, her jaw barely moving. “You love our fresh new ideas delivered by fresh new faces by people like me, Nancy Pelosi,” says Kate McKinnon, whose lips are the only thing that move, a nod to the massive amount of plastic surgery the Dem leader has undergone.

They've got a whole new plan, they promise. “We can’t just appeal to coastal elites," Feinstein and Pelosi say, the party realizes it needs the “mouth breathers from Wisconsin” and the “window lickers from Ohio.” And they’ll focus on jobs, “like converting Confederate monuments into statues of prominent lesbian poets,” Pelosi says.

Pelosi also touts some "newcomers" in the party, like "hot young thing" Sen. Elizabeth Warren (she'll be 71 if she runs in 2020). And Jason Sudakis pops up in a cameo as Uncle Joe to say, "It's Biden time!"

Hillary comes back to beg voters for “just one more chance,” and “then maybe one more chance after that.”

“And just wait until Bernie transfers his base of passionate millennial voters over to a new leader,” Pelosi says, before Sanders appears again to say, "No. If you liked it, you should've put a ring on it. Pass.”

Maybe SNL finally realized that playing to only half of the United States was a losing proposition. It's pretty funny, especially for a conservative, which is a big-time change for the content they provide.

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