One child asked if Roy Moore is on the "nice" list or the "naughty" list.
Wherever your opinions fall on either of those situations, Strong's segment smartly addresses the underlying issues that link them.
The next child asked, "Is President Trump on the naughty list?". Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Steve Martin made appearances in the crowd, all claiming to be there for musical guest SZA and made jealous comments about how they weren't hosting.
Jessica was shooed off after telling Santa she didn't fear lumps of coal in her stocking, with it being a dying industry and all, but things didn't get any better for him.
In this week's cold open of "Saturday Night Live", a bevy of woke kids asked Santa a series of uncomfortable political questions.
The audience laughs, and Thompson encourages the girl that lessons can be learned from what's going on in the news.
Colin Jost said Trump was wrong to tell an alleged child molester to 'Got get 'em!' saying 'This isn't pedophile Pokemon!' As the skit goes on, the kids get younger and younger, and their clever lines about the nuances of geopolitical happenings are flustering them.
The last little girl, Jenny, said she didn't want any presents, she just wanted everything to be OK. "I know that things seem particularly insane right now - like truly, mind-bendingly insane".
McKinnon continued: "But as bad as things might seem, I promise you, it will be okay". Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, maybe not for another three years, forty two days, and 24 minutes, Jenny.
For a little added insurance, though, the kid's putting all her money in Bitcoin.
But "SNL" included plenty of jabs at other prominent men who have recently fallen from their perches after misconduct was exposed, including another passing "Weekend Update" reference to the scandal that seemed to trigger this recent sexual-harassment reckoning.