Season 47 of ‘Saturday Night Live’ begins with a new Biden imposter.


Season 47 of ‘Saturday Night Live’ begins with a new Biden imposter.

During the Season 47 premiere of Saturday Night Live, new cast member James Austin Johnson unveiled his impression of Vice President Joe Biden.

The cold open showed Biden – who had previously appeared on SNL as Jim Carrey and Jason Sudeikis – urgently attempting to unite members of the Democratic party who are opposing his $1.2 trillion infrastructure program.

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (Cecily Strong), Sen. Joe Manchin (Aidy Bryant), Rep. Ilhan Omar (Ego Nwodim), and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Melissa Villaseor) were all featured in the seven-minute sketch.

“Let’s go through this agenda together because we’re all going to realize, ‘Hey, we’re all on the same page,’” Biden said, as the politicians soon demonstrated their wildly divergent viewpoints on issues like paid family leave and electric automobiles.

“Let’s start from the beginning. Roads? “Are the roads in good condition?” Biden enquired.

“I enjoy driving on roads,” Omar stated.

“I’m in the same boat! “Trucks live on the road,” Manchin concurred.

Sinema responded, “I don’t want any highways.”

“Are there no roads?” Why?” Biden was adamant.

SInema answered, “Chaos.”

“How about water?” says the speaker. Biden was perplexed. “How do you feel, Joe?” “Do you know how to work with water?”

Manchin stated, “I don’t like the flavor.”

In the video, Sinema claims to know what the ordinary American wants and needs because she is a “wine-drinking, bisexual triathlete.”

“When they dial 9-1-1, they want to be placed on hold. They want bridges that simply come to a halt and automobiles crash over. She said that they wanted water that was thick enough to consume with a fork. “No matter what it takes, I’ll fight for it.”

Owen Wilson of The French Dispatch guest presented the program, while Kacey Musgraves of country music sang.

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