Joe Piscopo: ‘You Gotta’ Come with Me as I Search for My Family in Salerno, Italy’ on MRC’s Mediterranean Cruise

By Craig Bannister | February 11, 2019 | 1:03pm EST
Entertainer Joe Piscopo (Screenshot)

“Live from New York, it’s Joe Piscopo,” Saturday Night Live alum and conservative entertainer Joe Piscopo opens his new video inviting fans to join him on this September’s 2019 Media Research Center (MRC) Mediterranean Cruise.

Piscopo says he’s excited to be one of the celebrity guests on the cruise – especially, since one of its destinations is Salerno, Italy, where he has family he hopes to reconnect with:

“I am so excited about this eleven-day cruise, September 13th to the 24th, coming right up in September, with Brent Bozell and the Media Research Center. I’m actually honored to be on this cruise, you know that. We just want you to be with us.”


“We’re going to stop in Rome, on our way to where? Salerno, Italy – I got family in Salerno. You gotta’ come with me as I go search for my family in Salerno, Italy. That’s a beautiful coast town in the beautiful country of Italia – it’s where my people are from.”

Piscopo describes the highlights of this year’s MRC Cruise – from stops in Greece and Rome to celebrity speakers like conservative columnist Cal Thomas and former Congressman Lt. Col. Allen West.

For more information about MRC’s 2019 Mediterranean Cruise, visit or call 1-844-889-1590.

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