Dana Carvey Makes Late Night Comedy Funny Again With Hilarious Take on Biden

Hollywood comedians seem not to know how to make liberal politicians funny. Jimmy Kimmel has, for instance, long since abandoned the idea and is now a mouthpiece of the Democrats and their latest narrative. He even “interviewed Joe Biden”, where Biden fell into delusion and made false claims on his show.

Kimmel had Dana Carvey (a former Saturday Night Live star) stand in for him and he was able to mock Joe Biden with genuine comedy.

He made old, funny impressions of George H.W. Bush (“not going to do it”) and the Church Lady

He took photos of Biden’s fist bump with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.

According to the comedian, “a lot of people are mad at President Biden because of the way he met with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.” “You know that Biden called him “Pariah” last month and said he wouldn’t even meet with him.

Carvey started to make fun of Biden and asked the crown prince: “How’s it hanging?” “Oh, how does it hang underneath that robe? ”

Joe got quite a lot of flack for it, but I think that we are looking at it wrongly. Slow it down, and you’ll see that Biden was trying to punch MBS.” The Hollywood legend said. ‘”

Then he did a spot-on impression of Joe Biden. He mocked Biden’s use of “no humor”, his whispering, then yelling, and general incoherence.

“And he’s continually repeating the story about Yeah going to Scranton. ”

“And then he would do the number thing,” Carvey explained. “‘Number one, the one part. Number two, is what the guy said. Number three, you know the drill.’ No, we don’t.”

“Now what he does is he kind of whispers and then yells,” Carvey mocked him. “When he’s like, ‘We know how to get natural gas’ [whispering]. ‘Cause we can get it [shouting].’”

After completing Biden’s incoherence, he rants, “Pirates of the Caribbean” at the end.

Carvey shows that you can still be funny while pointing out Biden’s problems in a way that anyone who has ever seen Biden can laugh at. This is a comedy, not Kimmel’s vile humor. This type of comedy is what we need, and Carvey and his old characters show how far we’ve come from the days when the late-night show was funny.