Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

‘Saturday Night Live"s Laura Ingraham covers the migrant caravan in cold open"

‘Saturday Night Live

McKinnon launched the cold open with a dig at Donald Trump while defending hims against accusations that he's a racist. "When I think of white nationalist I just think of a fun Fourth of July barbecue, the kind you don't have to call the cops on".

"It's an absolute disgrace", said Strong's Pirro.

McKinnon's purported Fox News colleague in the sketch was Judge Jeanine Pirro, played by cast member Cecily Strong, who ominously warned that the immigrant caravan was comprised of "everyone you've ever seen in your nightmares..."

The long list included "Mexicans", "Guatemalans", as well as "the Menendez brothers. and several Babadooks". If that pacing sounds ridiculous, well, it's probably because he admits to receiving his info from the birds in Dumbo and uses "aerial footage" of running crabs as visual confirmation of the same.

When McKinnon's Ingraham asked if reports were true that there were Middle Easterners in the caravan, Pirro confirmed that there were, in fact, "Hella Alladins". They took the very common direct flight from Iran to Guatemala, they claimed their elephants as service animals and then rode them straight into Mexico.

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"It makes nearly too much sense", she claimed.

Pirro also showed two videos claiming they were the caravan, when in reality they were a clip of insane Black Friday shoppers and zombies storming a wall in the Brad Pitt film World War Z.

The segment ended with tips for voting for blacks and Hispanics, advising to "never vote on Tuesdays".

"My God, and those are humans?" asked McKinnon's Ingraham. "Basically, yeah", Clarke responded. And they're holding the babies in until the exact moment they cross the border and then they're literally gonna drop anchor.

Tara Palmeri (pictured above right), an ABC News White House correspondent, is now recalling on Twitter how Baldwin once said something incredibly bad to her when she was working as a tabloid reporter in New York City. "You might not remember, but you did".

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