'SNL' has Jim Carrey's Joe Biden read a spooky Halloween story about the election

“Greetings America. It’s a creepy time of demons and darkness. It’s also Halloween,” said Carreys Biden, opening the NBC variety show. “For some Trump voters, it’s the only day they wear a mask.”

Biden sat in a large leather armchair surrounded by cobwebs, pumpkins, and other decorations. Carreys Biden said he borrowed from First Lady Melania Trump’s “Christmas Show”.

Carreys Biden reminded the audience that Tuesday is election day and that most Americans are excited to vote and are “very, very concerned about the outcome.”

“But don’t worry! They say I’m eight points ahead. Such poll numbers can only go wrong once on a blue moon,” he said before looking out the window and seeing a huge blue moon.

Carrey’s former vice president then told the audience that he was going to read them a scary story, Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.”

However, it wasn’t a bird knocking on his chamber door – it was Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton.

“It’s different this time. I can win,” said Carreys Biden. “People know I have a plan.”

“But your real advantage is that you are not a woman, you are a man,” McKinnons told Clinton before leaving.

Carrey’s Biden was then hit by other creepy characters like Mikey Day’s statistician Nate Silver, Beck Bennett’s Senator Mitch McConnell (who stopped by just in case), and Biden’s runner-up Kamala Harris, played by Maya Rudolph.

“I’m sure it will be peaceful no matter who wins,” said Carreys Biden.

“However, it is never a good sign when Walmart stops selling guns,” replied Rudolphs Harris, finishing the rhyme.

She then asked the audience to use their vote and vote on that election day because “will represent democracy”.

“This summer time we’re gaining an hour and losing a president,” said Carreys Biden.

The two then said the opening phrase of the show with crossed fingers: “Live … from New York! It’s Saturday night.”