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03/27/2010

Video: Kristen Wiig, meet Christian wigging out

by Jeremy Hooper

We've been following Victoria Jackson's eye-opening post-SNL political career since October of '08, when she called then-candidate Obama a "communist, racist, Muslim"; implied Hillary Clinton is a murderess; and denied that one can be both a Christian and an Obama supporter. And earlier this month, we marveled as we watched the histrionic music video in which she used sources like WorldNetDaily to make her case that "there's a communist living in the White House." Others, like the folks at Media Matters, have also caught instances in which the onetime Studio 8H denizen said that our president "bears traits that resemble the anti-Christ" and shares "so many similar qualities" with Adolf Hitler.

But apparently Fox News missed all of those easily researchable bits of "not ready for primetime"-iness, or just doesn't care. Because they're still booking Vicky J. on national television, so that she can stir up even more truly mindless hostility for our current sitting head of state:

She's either in need to some knowledge, pronto, or she's the most talented, most underrated performance artist to ever spring from Lorne Michaels' lapel. Judge for yourself.

Either way: Rachel Maddow and Rachel Dratch need to team up and start parodying this, pronto!

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