It seems a shame that many of the most relevant political commentaries are on comedy shows rather than the news. As usual, SNL nails it.
Right now we can all use a laugh, though a viable treatment would still probably be better.
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Don’t be so silly, the lockdown is ESSENTIAL to stopping the spread of the virus, no other measure is even remotely as effective.
“It seems a shame that many of the most relevant political commentaries are on comedy shows rather than the news.”
Since when is the “news” the news? It’s nothing but political commentary, and tends to ignore the most relevant news events. Have you heard one network call SARS-CoV-2 a bioweapon?
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