Doing a live report from a 1st-grade classroom of George Floyd Elementary School in Washington D.C., MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace felt she was finally able to conclusively prove to the American people that critical race theory is not real.
Unfortunately, a poster featuring a young Teri Hatcher quickly weakened Wallace’s claim.
“Critical Race Theory Is Real And Is Spectacular!” it colorfully read.
“So as you can see, the fake boogeyman republicans call “critical race theory” is not real,” Nicole Wallace said unknowingly turning towards the poster.
“Oh, son of an absolute bitch,” she softly said noticing the wall art.
Needing to rescue the segment, long-time pro, Brian Williams jumped in to work his magic.
“Ya know, I once dated Teri Hatcher,” Williams said. “She proposed to me before I went overseas to cover the famous wrestling match between Saddam Hussein and Pope John Paul II. Once I returned I didn’t want to marry her anymore because she had been badly mauled by a pack of wild badgers. But we definitely kissed right on the lips.”
“Oh can it, Brian. No, you didn’t. All those things you said aren’t real,” an annoyed Wallace said while ripping her earpiece out.
“THEY WERE REAL! AND THEY WERE SPECTACULAR!” Brian Williams screamed before producers administered his tranquilizer.
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