‘Saturday Night Live’ used satire to take a shot at ISIS and people are blasting them for it. The longtime NBC sketch comedy show sparked a Twitter frenzy early Sunday after they aired a segment poking fun at the infamous Islamic State.
NY POST During the skit, “50 Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson and the cast spoofed a heartfelt Toyota commercial from the Super Bowl in which a father drops his daughter off at the airport as she sets off to join the army. “SNL” — doing what they’ve done best for 40 years — found a way to turn the emotional moment into a full-fledged ad for ISIS, lampooning the recent swarm of young European, British, and American Muslim girls who have fled to Syria to shack up with the Islamic terrorists.
STUPID TWITTER COMMENTS:
— Dr Una Coales (@drunacoales) March 1, 2015
Gas up the plane! SNL producers will be joining Marie Harf for an ISIS field trip to face reality. And that reality is that ISIS kills.
— Lesli Brower (@MarathonMom5) March 1, 2015
— Ed Tate (@edwardtate) March 1, 2015
— Terrorism Updates (@terrorism_info) March 1, 2015
— Debbie Schlussel (@DebbieSchlussel) March 1, 2015
AT LEAST, ARSENIO GETS IT!
— Arsenio Hall (@ArsenioHall) March 1, 2015