Christine O’Donnell’s Witchcraft, Anti-Masturbation Stance Mocked on SNL (Video)

September 26, 2010

(ChattahBox Entertainment News)— Last night’s season premier of Saturday Night Live featured full-on mockery of the bizarre past statements made by Republican senatorial nominee from Delaware, Christine O’Donnell. Nothing was off limits, especially her anti-masturbation advocacy and the dabbling “into witchcraft” admission made during an appearance on “Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher.” Kristen Wiig played O’Donnell in the opening skit, declaring “I masturbate constantly.”

Kristin Wiig, as O’Donnell, is shown meeting with officials from the Republican National Committee who attempt to discover any additional political baggage, besides witchcraft dabbling, mice with human brains and her belief that masturbation is adultery.

Wiig as O’Donnell, explains her prior anti-masturbation activism, as a mistake.

“When I started that campaign I’ll be totally honest here–I frankly did not understand what masturbation was. It turns out, I was confusing it with something else. And as soon as I understood that, I totally reversed my policy on masturbation. … I will have you know I masturbate constantly.”

After some prodding, the O’Donnell character recalled a Michael Vick-like dog fighting operation and arson. But she assured the SNL cast members playing RNC officials that the arson was not for profit, but for revenge only. So, no worries there.

Wiig as O’Donnell, then dons a black pointy witch hat and climbs aboard a broom to make her return to Delaware.



One Response to “Christine O’Donnell’s Witchcraft, Anti-Masturbation Stance Mocked on SNL (Video)”

  1. Morely Dotes on September 26th, 2010 10:58 pm

    Wasn’t there a movie about a car possessed by a demon called “Christine?” That would explain so much.

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