'Saturday 'Night Live' Has Special Message From DNC: 'We're Back'

“A Message from the DNC” SNL sketch.
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“A Message from the DNC” SNL sketch.

Saturday Night Live poked fun at the Democratic National Committee with a fake ad stating, "We're back!" following Democrats winning a number of governors races in Virginia and New Jersey this week.

Castmembers Kate McKinnon, Alex Moffat, Mikey Day and Cecily Strong appeared as Democratic politicians Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Tim Kaine and Dianne Feinstein.

"We can't just appeal to coastal elites," McKinnon's Pelosi said. “We need mouth breathers from Wisconsin.”

Strong went on to express the need to secure jobs. “Jobs like smuggling immigrants across the border,” she said. “And converting Confederate monuments to statues of prominent lesbian poets,” McKinnon added.

The ad then introduced "fresh new faces" to the party: former SNL castmember Jason Sudeikis as Joe Biden, Larry David as Bernie Sanders, and McKinnon as Hillary Clinton. McKinnon later showed up as “Not Hillary”, which was her in the same outfit and wig, but with a fake mustache.

"We're really going to lace into people if they don't say what's politically correct, like these comics out there that think it's okay to make jokes about concentration camps. That guy should rot in hell," said David's Sanders, alluding to his monologue last week hosting SNL.  

This article originally appeared in THR.


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