Pete Davidson rips Staten Island ‘infants’ over COVID-19 on ‘SNL’
Staten-Island born “SNL” star Pete Davidson stated the anti-COVID lockdown protests there make the borough’s residents appear like “infants” — however quipped that he’s glad that he’s now not the “worst factor about Staten Island.”
The “King of Staten Island” comic riffed on the rallies outdoors the bar that declared itself a COVID-19 restriction “autonomous zone” when he appeared on the “Weekend Replace” section.
“I noticed the protests, folks have been outdoors the bar shouting about freedom, speaking to cops, chanting that they need to arrest the governor so I simply assumed that it was a typical final name,” Davidson stated.
Davidson defined that the bar, Mac’s Public Home, is positioned in a “neighborhood with the second-highest COVID infections in all of New York, so the rule is that they’re solely speculated to let folks eat or drink outdoors.”
“And the proprietor stated, nobody desires to try this as a result of they’ll exit of enterprise,”
“However the argument that individuals in Staten Island don’t wish to drink outdoors may be disproven by going to actually any Little League recreation.”
Davidson stated he was “type of” in opposition to the protests, however no less than he’s “now not the very first thing folks consider once they say, ‘What’s the worst factor about Staten Island?’”
He claimed that the protesters have been making Staten Islanders “appear like infants.”
“ it’s dangerous when folks in Boston are like, ‘Ahh, drink at dwelling, you queers!’” he joked.
Mac’s Public Home has continued to serve prospects indoors all through the week regardless of a shut-down order by the state Well being Division and the revocation of its liquor license.
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