And in another hilarious contradiction, Dave Chappelle supports Kanye West but not his support of Donald Trump. Once the embattled rap star started arguing for the abolition of the 13th Amendment to stop the Unibomber and trap doors, though, NotTrump started recognizing how freaky this self-proclaimed "very stable genius" sounded. and how much it mirrored his own odd public commentaries. "Who does he remind me of?"
He also explained how he felt like "Superman" when he put on his red baseball cap emblazoned with Trump's Make America Great Again (MAGA) campaign motto.
"Oh my God, he's black me", Baldwin's Trump said.
In one of the videos, Kanye - who describes himself as having a Mensa-level IQ - says: "You know, when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do or if you post something that's positive on Instagram and it gets taken down if it's not part of a bigger agenda, you know, that's like mind control".
Because we live in hell times that cause us to question reality at minimum 17 times a day, hero Seth Meyers revived his "Really?!" routine behind the Weekend Update desk during his return as host of Saturday Night Live. "It was embarrassing. That's the best I'm going to say", Brazile said during a roundtable discussion on ABC's "This Week".
Chappelle, most notably known for his comedy series "Chappelle's Show", referred to West as a "genius" during Saturday's interview and said he isn't "mad" at the rapper for meeting with the president.
Kid Rock was also there. You know how hard it is to make Kid Rock seem like an adult in a room?
SNL may have been criticized for giving 'Ye a platform to rant two weeks ago, but clearly, he's not untouchable because this week it mercilessly pounced on him from all sides.