Kate McKinnon is clearly the most reliable and talented cast member on Saturday Night Live and this week she was front-and-center for the show's cold opening in a skit spoofing Laura Ingraham and goofing on Fox News for its breathless coverage of the immigrant caravan that's winding its way north.
McKinnon launched the cold open with a dig at Donald Trump while defending hims against accusations that he's a racist.
With Kate McKinnon taking on the role of Fox News host Laura Ingraham and Cecily Strong adding her manic comic energy to an fantastic impression of conservative pundit Jeanine Pirro, SNL didn't pull any punches when it came to slamming the right-leaning news organization. All of a sudden the word "nationalist" is bad, the word "white" is bad, the phrase "white nationalist" is bad!
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"I haven't just heard about it, I have seen it with my own eyes", Pirro said, rolling footage of Americans fighting for holiday doorbusters. "Take a look at this footage of the caravan from earlier today..."
The long list included "Mexicans", "Guatemalans", as well as "the Menendez brothers. and several Babadooks".
"No question", there are Middle Eastern people too, Strong's Pirro added. She claimed they claimed elephants as service animals on "very common" flights and then crossed into Mexico. Was McKinnon asked to step as the bail-out option?
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"Basically, yeah", responded Thompson's Clarke.
The latest thing that has Republicans hot and bothered is a caravan of immigrants coming from South America to the southern border to try and gain safe entry to America.
In a not-so-veiled shot at Trump's pledge to end birthright citizenship, he said, "We've also learned that all of the women in the caravan are nine months pregnant and are waiting until exactly after they cross the border to give birth". "And the babies - get this - are pregnant".
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McKinnon's Ingraham then presented a new segment: "Fox News Tips for Black and Hispanic Voters".