Never underestimate the power of comedians to affect elections.
Saturday Night Live (SNL) comedian Kate McKinnon pulled off the role of Hillary Clinton flawlessly on Saturday night, one day before the leftist Democrat announced her 2016 presidential run.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]
Painting Hillary, who’s wearing a dress that is “Lewinsky Blue,” as a cold, fake entitled, dishonest, secretive, overly scripted power hungry sociopath, SNL may not have skewered a politician harsher since the days of Tina Fey slamming Sarah Palin.
In the SNL skit, an unhinged Hillary warms up her vocals in preparation for the recording of her announcement by chanting:
“Hillary is a granny with a twinkle in her eye. Hissary is a granny and she makes an apple pie. First female president, first female president. Me, me, me, me, me, me!”
An angry and tyrannical Hillary shouts into phone, recording a selfie for social media, “CITIZENS — YOU WILL ELECT ME. I WILL BE YOUR LEADER!”
After Hillary can’t stop talking about herself, despite coaching to the contrary from her handler, she is told by her adviser, “Don’t worry, we’ll just delete that off your phone.”
Clinton responds, a reference to Hillary’s Emailgate cover-up scandal, “We know a thing or two about that, right?”
At around the 2:30 mark, “Bill Clinton” photobombs Hillary, chiming in with, “Did someone say women everywhere?” a probable precursor to having serial woman abuser Bill back in the White House.
Can you say “Nuts and sluts campaign?”
The severity of the comedic brutality against Hillary can’t help make one wonder if that leftist comedians at SNL have other plans for a Democrat nominee.
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Image Credit: NBC’s Saturday Night Live