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& # 39; Saturday Night Live & # 39; parody Fox News trying to explain the blue midwave



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Per Phil Helsel

More fake news about the blues in the middle of the road. "Saturday Night Live" aired to scoff at conspiracy theories about electoral fraud after the midterms, using a parody of Fox News's conservative commentator Laura Ingraham.

The sketch showed Kate McKinnon as Ingraham eliciting a forthcoming segment on how "California celebrities are whining about some small forest fires while our heroic president is under constant attack – from the rain."

Cecily Strong hosted Fox News, Judge Jeanine Pirro, warning of what McKinnon's Ingraham called "rampant electoral fraud that allowed Democrats to literally steal the election."

"Some have argued that suburban women have revolted against the Republican Party – but does not it seem truer that all Hispanics have voted twice?" Ingraham from McKinnon said. "You can not ignore this idea simply because it is not true and it seems insane."


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