SNL’s Michael Che Brutally Mocks Oath Keepers Boss Stewart Rhodes Eyepatch

A few years ago, Saturday night live Pete Davidson actor is forced to apologize with Representative Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) after he joked about the eyepatch he wore. But that excessive uproar didn’t stop SNL’by Michael Che from returning to the good blindfold on this week’s “Weekend Update”.

This time, he’s talking about Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the Oath-Keepers militia, who was arrested and charged with sedation last week for his role in the January 6 uprising.

“But I don’t know, he looks pretty remorseful,” said Che, as a photo of Rhodes appeared on the screen beside him. “Hopefully he can fix things.” He then added, “It wasn’t an eye joke. I am a genuine person. “

But he wasn’t done. “Rhodes allegedly texted his right-wing group with instructions on how to use force to attack the Capitol,” he continued. “Authorities knew the messages were from Rhodes because they all began with ‘Arr, matey.'”

Perhaps Che felt confident about mocking Rhodes’ blindfold for his role in trying to overthrow democracy and for the circumstances that caused him to lose his eye. Unlike Crenshaw, who was injured by an IED on his third mission trip to Afghanistan, Rhodes reported dropped a loaded pistol nearly three decades ago, accidentally shot himself in the face and left him blind in the eye.

Don’t hold your breath for any apology this time.

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