“I don’t need to demand apologies from them. They can do whatever they want, you know," Crenshaw added. "They are feeling the heat from around the country right now, and that’s fine.”
Crenshaw still noted the poor taste SNL demonstrated in making fun of veterans, who he suggested “probably don’t feel as though their wounds they received in battle should be the subject of a bad punchline.”
In a Monday morning appearance on “Fox & Friends,” Crenshaw doubled down, saying he has a “thick skin” and doesn’t mind jokes at his expense. He does, however, have some ground rules: “It has to be original, it has to be witty and it has to be actually funny. And this wasn’t funny.”
At this time, no representative from NBC has yet released a statement or apology for Davidson's joke.