KimberlyGuilfoyle speaks during the first day of the Republican convention at the Mellon auditorium on August 24, 2021 in Washington, DC. OLIVIER Colliery/AFP via Getty Images Twitter had a lot to say about Guilfoyle's speech, with many criticizing the television personality for shouting at the podium.
KimberlyGuilfoyle ‘s… let’s say animated speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention drew instant comparisons to Cecily Strong ‘s iconic Saturday Night Live impression of a different Fox News personality. After Guilfoyle, 51, delivered an address that consisted of her yelling about “Socialist” Joe Biden and gesticulating wildly, viewers on Twitter expressed that it could have been one of Strong’s Judge Jeanine Piero sketches.
Like the Emmy nominee said in one of her sketches, “Mother’s got one volume and its three Chardonnays deep at a crowded party.” Guilfoyle ’s Republican National Convention speech went viral as astonished viewers listened to her shout about Trump saving the United States as she addressed an empty auditorium for six minutes. Unfortunately, Saturday Night Live is on summer hiatus, so there won’t be any sketches from Cecily this coming weekend, but that hasn’t stopped Twitter from fan casting.
And the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.” Guilfoyle also had a run-in with Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris when both were young up-and-coming prosecutors.
“I never discouraged her from joining the office,” said Harris, who was running for district attorney at the time. Soon after Guilfoyle started dating Trump Jr., she told Breitbart News that she had never shared the liberal politics of Newsom.
“This is lunatic, fascist stuff from KimberlyGuilfoyle,” tweeted Vox political reporter Aaron Ru par. Bette Miller and others joked that Cecily Strong should get ready to play Guilfoyle in an upcoming “Saturday Night Live” speech.
Even some right-wing pundits thought Guilfoyle ’s speaking style, without a live audience, was strange. There is no live audience,” tweeted Town Hall editor and Fox News contributor Guy Benson.
“I heard Kim Guilfoyle ’s speech and my TV’s not even on,” tweeted the Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross. On Monday's RNC convention, KimberlyGuilfoyle, former Fox News host and Donald Trump Jr's girlfriend, gave a fiery speech with animated gestures that amused some netizens.
Fans started calling for this spoof as they felt like KimberlyGuilfoyle's speech was extremely similar to Cecily Strong's Jeanine Piero skit. During the recent RNC convention, KimberlyGuilfoyle's speech drew a lot of eyes due to her exaggerated gestures and expressions.
After the RNC speech went viral on social media, many people on Twitter started asking for a KimberlyGuilfoyle spoof by Cecily Strong in SNL. Fans felt like Cecily Strong could play a perfect KimberlyGuilfoyle imitation as they both made exaggerated gestures while speaking.
During her RNC Speech, KimberlyGuilfoyle slammed the Biden-Harris democratic nominees and talked about how they would lead to a bleak future for America. The former Fox News host then slammed the democratic nominees and claimed that President Trump's America would “light things up, not don't dim them down”.
And several people tweeted a viral image of Guilfoyle gesturing toward the sky with her arms outstretched and mouth wide open mid-shout, which comedian ZWE wryly captioned, “Time to conquer Earth!” !” while actor George Take drew a visual comparison to the meme of “Sesame Street” puppet Elmo summoning infernal flames.
Cut to an especially dark excerpt from Guilfoyle's speech, in which she called California “a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.” “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” simply reacted to the speech by retweeting a random series of all-caps numbers and letters from Lady Gaga.
While actor George Take drew a visual comparison to the meme of “Sesame Street” puppet Elmo summoning infernal flames. Donald Trump's Presidential Election defeat at the hands of challenger Joe Biden was the result of a constellation of problems.
And a recent article published by Politico, with reporting that drew on 75 sources close to Trump, outlined a lot of those culminating factors. Of course, communication breakdowns in the campaign, overspending, and a lackluster pandemic response played an outsize role in swaying voters to the Biden camp.
Guilfoyle was a prosecuting attorney in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California. She was an Assistant District Attorney in San Francisco from 2000 to 2004.
Kimberly Guilfoyle Did Not Leave Fox News Voluntarily, Sources Say: Scoop”. “Fox News' Kimberly Guilfoyle leaving the network to hit campaign trail with Donald Trump Jr”.
If Conservatives Want To Win The Culture War, We Need Our Own ‘Saturday Night Live’ Now it’s a political operation intended to help Democrats win elections and to assist the left in the culture war.
Weeks later, cast members sang a rendition of ‘To Sir, With Love’ to Obama. After John Kerry’s failed bid for president in 2004, liberals decided they needed their own Drudge Report and formed the Huffington Post.
Conservative Americans need and deserve a ‘Saturday Night Live’ of their own. Be a direct competitor and follow SNL ’s format with a regular cast, a celebrity host and a musical guest in front of a live studio audience.
If lawyers say that’s too close to SNL, get creative but make sure viewers know exactly what the show is intended to be. Third, take advantage of all the comedic opportunities SNL passes over on a weekly basis for purely partisan reasons.
Hammer Democratic leaders like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. Parody CNN and MSNBC in the same way that SNL delights in making fun of FOX News.
Chris Cuomo and Brian Shelter are walking comedy skits just waiting to happen. There are countless other possibilities SNL regularly neglects which would send conservative Americans into fits of laughter.
Future potential hosts could include Rush Limbaugh, Adam Corolla, Ben Shapiro, Joe Roman, Michelle Main, Nick Search, KimberlyGuilfoyle, Jon Light, Dennis Miller, Angie Harmon, Larry the Cable Guy, Dean Cain, Pat Speak, Tucker Carlson and Mike Rowe, just to name a few. A sketch featuring Sarah Pain playing Tina Fey upset about Hillary losing.
Bernie Sanders hosts a radio show where he can’t explain the historical failures of socialism to a single caller. There should also be sketches which make fun of liberal comedy heroes like Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee and Trevor Noah.
It would devastate their narrative and remind millions of Americans that not everyone agrees with the Democrat Media Complex.