According to Vanity Fair, if you are an influential woman on the right, you must be “grasping” or an “attention-hungry player.”

The article tried to hide behind last night’s Saturday Night Live skit as the basis for its degrading claims. It didn’t work.

It’s comedy when the Left is the subject. When a conservative is being portrayed, Saturday Night Live suddenly becomes a primary historical reference documentary.

Apparently, that is too difficult of a concept for Vanity Fair to grasp.

Boom.

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