SNL irresponsibly promotes Trees

Just when you think we’re turning a corner on how people view the macabre menace sprouting all around us, the mainstream media sets us back another 10 years.

This past season, Saturday Night Live showcased a pro-tree video rap.

Brimming full of propaganda, adorable tree costumes, and CGI graphics injecting almost-President Al Gore, Pete Davidson and Chris Redd promoted a dangerous man-loves-trees message while demonstrating how to inject such nonsense into otherwise tree-free cement sanctuaries like trauma wards.

Fortunately, the skit didn’t air on primetime television, but some lumber-loving social-media-managing sell-out at NBC posted it online nonetheless to ensure another wave of misinformation sweeps over our youth.

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