(Fox News) “Saturday Night Live”’s cold open this weekend had President Biden (James Austin Johnson) concerned about the “big yikes” midterms on Tuesday and wondering if the liberals should spice up their candidate lineup.
“This Tuesday, the midterm elections will determine the fate of our democracy and let’s just say: big yikes!” Johnson, while standing behind a presidential podium, emphasized as the commander-in-chief at the top of the show.
“Folks, I’m trying like hell, I promise. I’m on the Peloton every morning tempting fate,” Johnson said as Biden.
The fake president admitted he’s “boring” and said the problem for Democrats this election cycle is that they don’t have “any stars anymore.”
“Too many Raphael Warnocks and not enough Herschel Walkers, which is why we’re going to make some last-minute changes with some Democrats who are exciting!” he exclaimed.
Biden suggested replacing Rep. Adam Schiff with former presidential candidate and spiritual leader Marianne Williamson.
Williamson said as a “level-four enchantress” she’s “ready to fight for the American dream” as she hit a Tibetan singing bowl.
Biden called her “America’s next ‘defense against the dark arts teacher,’ folks.”
He also suggested “‘Mayor of Flavortown’ Guy Fieri” (Molly Kearney) to replace Democratic candidate John Fetterman against Dr. Mehmet Oz.
“America is hungry for change,” Kearney said as the fiery, bleach blond Food Network star. “But do y’all want Dr. Oz’s crudité or a full plate of paid family leave dripping in donkey sauce? Whew!”
Johnson’s Biden also introduced rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine (Marcello Hernández) as “your next senator from Ohio.”
“I want no cap on social security, no cap!” the distinctive rapper said forcefully while waving his arms around. “Democrats, baby!”
Biden called him a “terrifying young man” after the rapper left the stage before introducing former adult film star Stormy Daniels (Cecily Strong) as the “next governor of Michigan.”