Tina Fey returned to the “Saturday Night Live” set for “Weekend Update Summer Edition” on Thursday, explaining that eating cake is more productive than trying to counter-protest white supremacy.
Fey, who graduated University of Virginia in Charlottesville, said it broke her heart to see “evil forces” descend on her former campus last weekend. Fey “felt sick” after hearing President Trump’s remarks, in which he infamously said people on “many sides” were to blame.
“I’ve seen ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark,'” she said. “And I wasn’t confused by it… Nazis are always bad.”
The comic powerhouse then explain that nine more neo-Nazi and white supremacy rallies are scheduled and urged them to attempt it in New York City.
“Part of me hopes that these neo-Nazis do try it in New York City. Like I hope they try it and get the ham salad kicked out of them by a bunch of drag queens,” Fey said. “Cause you know what a drag queen still is? A 6’4 black man.”
Fey also has ideas for a “grassroots movement” called “sheet-caking,” which would presumably make the world safer for would-be counter-protestors.
“I would urge people this Saturday, instead of participating in the screaming matches and potential violence, find a local business you support. Maybe Jewish-run bakery, or an African-American run bakery, order a cake with the America flag on it… and just eat it,” Fey said.
Check out the video above.