I understand Satire. It was just pretty tasteless satire and did not exacerbate views or traits of Jesus. Instead it assigned views to Jesus that were quite contrary to his teachings. I suppose its fitting in today’s political climate where its normal to assign actions to others that have no basis in reality.
It is quite accurate to note that many Christians do not follow the teachings of Jesus. Jesus was not very concerned with worldly wealth. In fact he likely would have told people hiding money offshore to give it to the needy. He however would not have told them to give it to the US government so they can give it to the poor. At least no teaching that I know of ever supported doing anything more than following the law relative to government, nor relying on the government to fulfill individual charity obligations.