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‘Weekend Update’ mocks Marjorie Taylor Greene for her conspiracy theories and non-apology

“‘Nobody’s perfect’ is a cutesy little phrase you say when you accidentally mess up a lunch order. It doesn't really apply when you accuse kids of faking a mass shooting."

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Colin Jost and Michael Che weighed in on the Marjorie Taylor Greene saga during the “Weekend Update” segment on “Saturday Night Live,” hitting back at the freshman congresswoman from Georgia’s weak attempts at apologizing for her harmful conspiracy theories and previous endorsement of violence against Democratic officials.

Jost savaged Greene for her non-apology, during which she responded to her conspiracy theories about 9/11, school shootings, and Jewish people by saying “nobody’s perfect.”

“‘Nobody’s perfect’ is a cutesy little phrase you say when you accidentally mess up a lunch order. It doesn’t really apply when you accuse kids of faking a mass shooting,” Jost said. “It’s the same reason, ‘Did I do that?’ was [“Family Matters” character] Urkel’s catchphrase and not O.J.’s.”

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