“Saturday Night Live” weighed into the gun debate after Monday’s massacre in Las Vegas. “Weekend Update” hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che walked through the absurdity of owning an arsenal as well as the “snowflakes” that can’t live without their weapons.
Jost explained that “this should not be a partisan issue.” He went on to say that there is no reason for anyone to have 47 guns the way Stephen Paddock did. “If you owned 47 cats, you’re not a responsible pet owner,” he said. Jost was also shocked that no one kept track of the insane amount of money this guy
“In Texas, it’s illegal to own six dildos,” Jost revealed.
Che outright called those desperate for more bullets “delicate snowflakes,” saying that if they can’t shoot something in six bullets they “should learn karate or use your words.”
Che went on to say that there should be a gun buy back program where each person who turns their gun in would get one inch of penis enlargement surgery for free.
Jost also talked about President Donald Trump’s response to Puerto Rico.
“Nothing says I understand the gravity of the situation like a billionaire tossing six rolls of paper towels to hurricane victims,” he said.
Watch the hilarity below:
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