“My next guest is here to address the voting rights bill, which would make it easier to vote for minorities and harder for white people in Florida to vote twice,” an actress as Fox’s Laura Ingraham said in the skit.
The actress then brought the pretend Candace Owens onto the stage.
“Please welcome my one black friend Candace Owens,” she said.
The SNL team then brought in some of the woke regime’s civil rights gods to mock Owens.
“Martin Luther King would have voted for Trump,” the comedian playing Owens said. “Laura, liberals try to make everything about race. To quote the only words Martin Luther King ever said, ‘I have a dream.’ That’s it, end of quote.”
They then emphasized MLK’s commitment to expansionary government policies.
“Nothing about money or jobs or schools, unless you count his tombstone that said, ‘Great job, gang, racism over.'”
Owens responded by mocking the network for its failures and lack of comedic effect.
Hey @nbcsnl —not sure who this woman is you have playing me but I am much better looking than this. ?Next time just reach out and I’ll play myself. That way the skit will actually be funny and America might even tune in to the show again! #SaturdayNightLive pic.twitter.com/wnjEKwgBTJ
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) January 23, 2022
“Hey [SNL] —not sure who this woman is you have playing me but I am much better looking than this,” Owens joked.
“Next time just reach out and I’ll play myself,” she wrote. “That way the skit will actually be funny and America might even tune in to the show again! #SaturdayNightLive.”