Thou Shallt Not Mock Soros

Goodness, Georgy-porgy made a call and NBC jumped like a slavish puppy

NBC is furiously erasing its tracks. Any attempts to upload the forbidden SNL bailout skit skewering George Soros and his left-wing subprime schemer friends Herbert and Marion Sandler will likely be squashed. So, I transcribed the whole comedy sketch for you and provided screenshots for the 7-minute video that has disappeared from NBC and Hulu. (You can see it as of 1:08am Eastern here on YouTube, though I doubt it will last long. Pat Dollard’s blog has posted the full clip on its server. Thanks to Ms. Underestimated for the .wmv file.)

Down the memory hole with that skit! The only possibly objectionable element of it was the ‘people who should be shot’ graphic that was displayed; other than that the skit was shockingly spot-on.
Which I guess is why NBC is so quick to 86-it.

6 Responses to “Thou Shallt Not Mock Soros”

  1. Dave J says:

    I have a copy of it in Windows Media format. E-mail me if you want it: it was SO subversive of everything SNL usually does that I’m not surprised they’re trying to erase all evidence and memory it ever happened.

  2. Gunslinger says:

    Here’s a link that Georgie Porgie and company don’t know about.

  3. Kate P says:

    He’s just upset he can’t purchase cute little Anne for real.

  4. Cullen says:

    It’s back up now.

  5. greg newson says:

    This situation is getting serious.When the powers
    in control begin removing things from Saturday night Live,it means the big boys are pissing their pants.
    Reminds me of ‘War of the Worlds’ when they dropped
    an H- bomb on the spaceship and it survived.”We can’t beat their machine,we must beat them.”
    This may be more serious than we realize.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    greg, honestly I think it was because of the fact they had the line “people who should be shot” under the names of a real-life couple. Don’t get me wrong, that couple are indeed scumbags but NBC does not want to be held for inciting violence against them.

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