“Saturday Night Live” paid homage to the women of Congress in a high-energy sketch inspired by … dare we say it … “Charlie’s Angels.”
“Once upon a time there were women,” a narrator gushes as the bit begins. “Then there were fed-up women, then they became congresswomen.
They “fight crime, they right wrongs, they wear white but they’re not all white, and we love them. They’re the women of Congress!”
The night’s host — and musical guest — Halsey appears as Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, who repeats an earlier — real life — call to “Impeach the motherfucker,” adding: “Bitch.”
The crew — all in white — is congratulated in a phone call from “Donald Trump,” who sounds suspiciously like Alec Baldwin.
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