[WATCH] ‘SNL’ promotes ‘Biden Bash,’ Joe Biden’s fake NASCAR-themed inauguration party

With former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin out of the national spotlight, ‘Saturday Night Live’ went after the real Vice President Joe Biden in its latest episode, characterizing the VP as a politically incorrect party boy absolutely no one takes seriously.

‘SNL’s’ Jason Sudeikis reprises his role as Biden in the skit and invites viewers to the the Dover Motor Speedway in Dover, Delaware for “Biden Bash” – the VP’s less stuffy inaugural celebration.

At Biden’s party, he replaces Beyonce’s performance of the National Anthem with himself, playing it Jimi Hendrix style. (At least he didn’t lip sync.)

The fake Biden also delivered his own Inaugural Address where he “let the GOP have it Macho Man Randy Savage style.”

“Ooo yeah brother I’m coming for your guns alright. I’m bringing an army of homosexuals, and they’re gonna run wild on you. YEAH!”  fake Joe Biden threatens in cowboy attire to a crowd of other men dressed as cowboys.

“What are you gonna do when Macho Man Joe Biden comes for you?” he asks terrifyingly.

The blow out-celebration was also decked out with cotton candy, an amateur dog show, and yes, even a bouncy castle.

Who needs A-list performers and black-tie balls to celebrate the Inauguration when you can watch Biden embarrass himself?

As the fake Biden says, “What happens in Delaware…” Well, we’re not really sure what happens in Delaware, because he just stares at the audience creepily instead of finishing his sentence.

Now that’s an Inauguration party, folks.

And of course, ‘SNL’ reminds viewers that, “All proceeds from the Biden Bash fund the 2106 Biden presidential exploratory committee,” just in case the skit alone wasn’t enough to convince you that voting Biden for President would be a terrible idea.

 

Watch ‘SNL’s’ commercial for the Biden Bash below.

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  1. Freeman Montgomery says:

    “What happens in Delaware…” Is really a question. That’s the Joke.

  2. Freeman Montgomery says:

    I keep forgetting conservatives don’t get humor.

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