I’m not a real President, but I play one on T.V.

Volodymyr Zelenskiy, comedian, portrays a high school history teacher on the show, Servant of the People, who accidentally becomes President. Now, life is intimidating art, as Zelenskiy, may become an actual President.

Comedy stands ready for the challenge of bringing peace and laughter to people and politics in Ukraine. Since having our election ambushed with Agent Orange, professional Presidential comedic relief is welcome, how refreshing it would be to have a knowledgeable President, capable of delivering a joke instead of just being one.

People are in dire need of comedic relief, across the globe, as comedy is shared honesty that heals. The world immediately requires an emergency dose of truth through laughter, especially given the high quantity of folks infected by the venom from anti-democratic regimes, spreading like a plague. Comics are the last of the truth tellers, and what the world needs now, is to embrace truth, the vaccine that protects against the ravages of polticial passivity.

“If this country wants to elect someone with no political experience who is racially insensitive and golfs…In my first 100 days I will make Taco Tuesday, the law.” George Lopez