Saturday Night Live uses ‘they’ pronoun for female cast member in skit

Saturday Night Live skit pronoun use

Saturday Night Live uses ‘they’ pronoun for female cast member in skit

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Comedian Dave Chappelle may have stolen all the headlines with his hosting duties last week, but Saturday Night Live dove into the transgender propaganda bandwagon on its latest episode. The long-running comedy sketch show used the pronoun “they” to describe a single female cast member during one of the show’s skits. It’s the latest example of pop culture trying to normalize this absurd phenomenon and legitimize the radical, toxic, left-wing attack on normalcy.

Molly Kearney, who SNL paraded as its first “nonbinary” cast member, portrayed a character who accidentally joined the Ohio Attorney General race and accidentally won the election. The skit was funny as it mocked many shenanigans in today’s political climate. Yet, during the skit’s conclusion, SNL tried to casually sneak through using the word “they” to describe Molly.

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“Molly went on to be the worst Attorney General Ohio ever saw,” the on-screen text showed after the skit ended. “They were immediately forced to resign and returned to their old job, being a cast member on Saturday Night Live.”

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This exemplifies how the Left tries to influence and shape our country’s culture. It was a quick comment used during one of the show’s later skits of the program, which usually has fewer viewers. It also didn’t feature the celebrity guest host, Dave Chappelle. The show purposely did it this way to not draw widespread attention while simultaneously “pushing the envelope” of what is acceptable on television programs. Ultimately, the objective is to redefine norms and eventually mold society into a left-wing cultural utopia.

Gradually, SNL will work this pronoun usage into other skits and eventually more of its popular ones. In turn, this will establish a precedent and give other shows on network TV the confidence to use “they” when describing one specific woman. It’s all designed to promote obedience to the LGBTQ mob. If there isn’t any resistance or pushback against such things, this pronoun usage and the continued degradation of civilization will eventually become the norm. Anyone who cares about the country, and preserving sanity and normalcy, must reject such subliminal attacks on our society.

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