FOP Responds To SNL Skit Portraying Baltimore PD Officers

President Trump isn't the only one who thinks some of the content on Saturday Night Live isn't funny.  The Baltimore police union is expressing the same opinion after last weekend's show, where three comediennes wore BPD uniforms in a skit and repeatedly sexually harassed a drunk driving suspect played by Seth Myers.  FOP president Gene Ryan has sent a letter to SNL creator Lorne Michaels expressing disappointment about how the officers were portrayed, especially during a time when the department is trying to restore its credibility with the public following corruption scandals.  Ryan's letter did acknowledge SNL's satirical nature, but said humor at the expense of our officers is not humor at all.