WATCH: Saudi State TV Savagely Mocks Biden in Skit as Confused Geezer Who Calls Kamala Harris the First Lady

Saudi Arabia’s state-run TV station mocked president Biden with a hilarious comedy skit.

The comedy sketch was something you might expect to see out of Saturday Night Live back in their heyday … if Biden were a Republican.

Much of the very brief segment shows an actor, wearing something similar to Harris’ outfit at the State of the Union speech, which bore a striking resemblance to a UPS uniform, guiding Biden around the stage and correcting him every time he misspeaks.

The character portraying Biden points to reporters, then wanders offstage as Harris swiftly shuffles behind him to guide him back to Harris’ podium.

“Thank you very much. “Today, let’s talk about the crisis [in] Spain,” the Biden character says before the fake veep whispers in his ear.

“Yeah, we gotta talk about the crisis in Africa,” he says before being corrected again.

He tries once more: “Yeah, Russia.”

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Biden killed in Saudi Comedy Skit

Biden was also mocked by the President during the Saudi Comedy skit. The president refers Kamala Harris to as the First lady.

Which, on its surface is pretty funny, but even more so when you consider that isn’t exactly parody – Biden has actually done this before.

Just last month, Biden was informing those at an event that Harris’ husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, had tested positive for COVID.

“There’s been a little change in arrangement of who is on the stage because of the first lady’s husband contracting COVID,” Biden announced, seemingly forgetting that the actual First Lady is his wife, Jill Biden.

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Biden is embarrassing himself on the World Stage

It is notable that, if Saudi Arabia had produced the comedy skit mocking Trump’s former president in the same way, then the media would have been playing the whole thing non-stop, declaring how Trump embarrassed America on the international stage.

Instead, you’re likely only seeing this clip by coming to The Political Insider or other independent outlets.

In fact, do you know which country’s state-run media did mock President Trump? Russia’s. The country that he was shown as having been in bed with.

Russian state television in 2019 described Trump as “this clown” and described his foreign policy as “failures at every turn.”

It’s clear that not only does Saudi state-run media view Biden as a true clown, but so does the government itself.

According to reports, leaders from Saudi Arabia (UAE), and Bahrain refused to receive calls from White House officials last month as Biden pushed for increased oil production following the Russian invasion in Ukraine.

Earlier this year, following a press conference, far-left CNN political analyst Van Jones, a former Obama staffer, raised alarm bells over President Biden’s performance, describing it as “foggy” and “meandering.”

Popular podcast host Joe Rogan has questioned the mental capacity of the President, suggesting “everybody knows he’s out of his mind.”

Former White House doctor and current Texas congressman Ronny Jackson predicted last July that President Biden will either be pressured to resign or he’ll be removed via the 25th Amendment.

“There’s something seriously going on with this man right now,” Jackson said.

“I think that he’s either going to … he’s either going to resign, they’re going to convince him to resign from office at some point in the near future for medical issues or they’re going to have to use the 25th Amendment to get rid of this man right now,” Jackson continued.

Problem is, if Biden is removed or steps down, ‘First Lady’ Kamala Harris will step in. And I’m not quite sure she’s any more competent or capable than what we’re seeing from the White House right now.

Jesse Watters of Fox News responded to Harris’s Saudi-state-run comedy skit.

“The world’s gas station thinks our President’s a laughing stock. It’s not good for business,” said Watters. “So much for America being back.”