Amy Schumer Calls Kanye West “Nazi” in SNL Monologue

After a pre-election cold-open sketch that might best be summed up in the words of James Austin Johnson’s Joe Biden — ‘big yikes’ — Amy Schumer returned to host Saturday Night Live for the third time and began by saying how “honoured” she was to direct the final episode before the “mid-term abortions”.

“Elections!” she corrected herself. “What did I say? Sorry, I was thinking what’s at stake if we don’t vote.

From there, the comedian moved on to more personal information about her C-section, her postpartum sex life, and her husband, who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. “It used to be called Asperger’s syndrome, but then they found out that it’s true that Dr. Asperger had ties to the Nazis, Kanye.” Tapping on her mic, she joked, “That was weird.”

Schumer quickly moved on, continuing to tell stories about how her husband’s diagnosis affected their life together.

“A few weeks ago we were sitting outside, it was a beautiful night, it looked like it was going to rain and I was feeling sentimental,” she said. “And I was like, even though the last two years with the pandemic and everything, it’s been so stressful, I said, again, this time, being with you and our son, it’s been the best years of my life. life. And he just looked at me and he said, “I’m going to roll up the car windows.”

“He’s my guy,” Schumer added. “This is one of the times we play the game, autistic or just a man?”

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