It's the Pecker headline that does not flinch.
The directly infamous New York Post headline on Friday, the page "Bezo's Exposes Pecker," gained even more prominence as "Saturday Night Live" was cold on the show.
In the sketch, four "SNL" shelves show a "Meet the Press" panel – and they drop almost as many "Pecker" puns as New York's most popular tabloid in the discussion of Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos. 19659003] CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
. The chrome-plated CEO was in the midst of a male media stream after National Enquirer chief David Pecker allegedly tried to harass him by publishing private texts and photos shared with his lover Lauren Sanchez.
"Mainstream media obviously has a responsibility to handle this story in a mature adult manner," said Kyle Mooney, who hosted presenter Chuck Todd.
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"As you can see yesterday in the New York Post Headline. , ,
Mooney then held up Friday's cover page.
"Bezos exposes Pecker," he recited.
At this point, Washington Post's columnist Kenan Thompson, Eugene Robinson, struck with open joy – " It is crazy! "(Bezos also owns the Washington Post.)
" You call yourself a reputable publication? I would have gone with you. , "
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And then Robinson held up a fake postal front that said," YOUR AMAZON PACKAGE IS ON THE WAY. "(19659003)] Not good enough, interrupted" SNL "star Cecily Strong portraying Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan.
She held up her own offer, a counterfeit post-title page with the inscription "Stroke of Genius: BEZOS Gives PECKER THE SHAFT."  TERRY CREWS SAYS NATIONAL ENQUIRER AT BLACKMAIL HIM  PROMISES. This was given by "SNL" star Leslie Jones, who represented Democratic political strategist and frequent television actress Donna Brazile. 19659003] "Have you made your own false headlines?" She asked.
But Thompson / Robinson had no interest in stopping the front page.
When Mooney / Todd finally said, "Okay, let's turn you away from the penises for a moment," Robinson groaned aloud, ith disappointment.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.