“Saturday Night Live” uncorked a killer “commercial” in 2017 for Woke Jeans.

The satirical short skewered the far-Left mindset, aided by a guest host with future KENergy, Ryan Gosling.

The venerable series has mostly left the “woke mind virus” alone since then. The writer’s strike means we won’t be seeing new “SNL” episodes for a while, although even when the strike is settled the show will go back to mocking GOP-friendly targets first and foremost, if the past decade is any indication.

That leaves it to independent comics to pick up the slack and mock the most mockable social scourge of the 21st century.

Ryan Long. Tim Dillon. Tyler Fischer. And, now, Lou Perez of Free the People.

The group’s new video, “The Cancelator,” stars Perez as a different kind of “terminator.” He doesn’t blow away his victims or crush them under his metallic boot. He scans their social media accounts for “problematic” content.

He will not stop until you’ve been canceled.

The video recreates classic moments from director James Cameron’s iconic film, with Perez cyber-stalking Sarah Connor in a nightclub.

“Say you believe Kyle Rittenhouse acted in self-defense,” The Cancelator tells its frightened target.

Free the People isn’t an openly conservative group, but it knows sharing right-leaning views is the swiftest way to be canceled by the far-Left mob. Its “Comedy Is Murder” series previoysly poked fun at pronouns, gender confusion, corrupt FBI officials and more.