Miley Cyrus mocks Bachmann, Boehner, GOP on SNL shutdown spoof [VIDEO]

“Saturday Night Live” tried to capitalize on Miley Cyrus’ tongue-wagging, butt cheek-sagging, idiotic twerking act by having her host the show this weekend and make fun of — what else? — the government shutdown. Because when you’re going to parody a complex political issue, you’re obviously going to call a 20-year-old pop star who doesn’t know what pants are. Nobody does it better!

Cyrus played a raunchy Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann in a parody of her “We Can’t Stop” music video called “We Did Stop,” all about how Republicans shut down the government.


Taran Killam played a perfectly man-tanned Speaker of the House John Boehner who pops a gold grill into his mouth and sings, “It’s our party, we can do what we want/ It’s our party, we can say what we want/ We can stop what we want/ We can vote how we want/ Defund what we want.”

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“Bachmann” twerks around in nothing but a black blazer and underwear, while Boehner sets off his orange skin in a white crop top. There is also a Reagan hologram and an Uncle Sam as a guy whose genital area emits a large puff of smoke. President Barack Obama also stops by the party, but is not invited to come in and join the fun.

Clearly, it’s all absolutely¬†hilarious! “SNL,” you’ve done it again! Don’t let anybody tell you that the show should have ended at least eight years ago.

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