Report: Cecily Strong Felt Uncomfortable, Backed Out of SNL’s Tone-Deaf Antisemitism Hearing

by Mary Chastain at

The trash that is Saturday Night Live pounced on Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) instead of the disgusting college presidents (well, now one former since UPenn’s Liz Magill resigned).

Instead of targeting the presidents who would not oppose or condemn those on their campuses who scream for the liquidation of Jews, the leftist show went after a Republican congresswoman.

Of course.

Well, a source told The New York Post that former SNL cast member Cecily Strong planned to play Stefanik during the cold opening, her first appearance since she left in 2022.

But Strong backed out because the skit made her uncomfortable:

Strong, 39, appeared as a guest in the dress rehearsal ahead of the live show, then changed her mind “last minute” about playing Stefanik in the sketch, which mocked last week’s congressional hearings on antisemitism on college campuses. Newcomer Chloe Troast replaced Strong on air.