Former ‘SNL’ star Jim Breuer shot online for comedy Unfunny

Image via Jim Breuer

A large number of Twitter users posting, retweeting and commenting on a clip of your actions is the dream of many comedians. On the other hand, however, the idea of ​​Twitter users posting and commenting on your jokes just to disparage you is unwise is the ultimate nightmare of many comedians.

And right now, Jim Breuer experiencing second on Twitter.

Jim Breuer has been acting in comedies since the late 1980s. He was a regular on Saturday night live, where he is known for his sketches Joe Pesci and Goat Boy. Breuer went on to have his own show and appear in movies like Bake half. He’s been a controversial figure lately, sparking outrage when he refused to perform at any venues requiring COVID-19 vaccinations earlier this year.

The Right Wing Watch Twitter account posted the clip going viral on Twitter. The clip shows Jim performing at a right-wing event called ReAwaken America. Jim begins by asking the audience: “Do you know what a game cock is?” He continued making bird sounds for a few seconds before adding, “That’s what people become, little macaws staring at the screen.” Before creating more bird sounds interspersed with phrases like: “trust in science” and “Dr Fauci”, it was clearly designed to mock supporters of Covid-19 restrictions. .

However, while some viewers laughed, Twitter was not very kind with this clip. One user said they “didn’t even think you could call this a comedy” before adding, “whoever keeps booking Jim Breuer has committed a hate crime against every American.”

While another user asked how Breuer became “less funny than in the 90s?”

Another user pointed out that the part that begins with Breuer, “makes sure the audience knows what a gamecock is,” implying that he assumed they might not be familiar with the common bird.

Others are using this opportunity to show off their best zingers. The burnings included one user posting a clever joke about the “three men walk into a bar” joke that tipped many Conservative celebrities.

One user pointed out that Breuer shouldn’t make fun of people for wanting to know facts and figures surrounding Covid-19. Because of “the fact that he hasn’t been a celebrity since the ’90s,” pokes fun at Breuer’s inability to become as respected or loved as many of him. Saturday night live costar.

Finally, another user briefly summed up the Internet’s reaction to anything Breuer did, saying ”“ Everyone laughed when Jim Breuer said he wanted to be a comedian. Well, people are laughing now! ” Former ‘SNL’ star Jim Breuer shot online for comedy Unfunny


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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