SNL Mocks Republicans For The Caravan Coverage — Shows Laura Ingraham and Jeanine Pirro Scared of ‘Pregnant’ Immigrants


During last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, the cast opened with a parody of Fox News discussing the migrant caravan on its way to the U.S. border.

Comedienne Kate McKinnon played conservative host Laura Ingraham, and fellow cast-members Cecily Strong and Kenan Thompson played Jeanine Pirro and David Clark.

“All of a sudden, the term nationalist is bad,” McKinnon’s character said. “The word white is bad. The phrase white nationalist is bad.”

They also mocked videos of the caravan, showing clips of crabs, Black Friday sales and the movie “World War Z.” Thompson’s character also poked fun at the number of immigrant women that are pregnant.

“All the women are nine months pregnant, and their babies are pregnant too,” Thompson said.

There were also jokes made about who made up the caravan.

“Everyone you’ve ever seen in your nightmares, Guatemalans, Mexicans, ISIS, the Menendez brothers, the 1990 Detroit Pistons and several Babadooks,” said Strong.


Some conservative leaders have spoken out about the episode and the other poorly constructed jokes, such as jabs at veteran Dan Crenshaw.

SNL has repeatedly poked fun at conservatives and the Trump administration. For many Americans and the Trump administration, this story is one they are following closely.

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