Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live

Kate McKinnon hilariously sends up Fox News Laura Ingraham in SNL’s cold open. (Photo: ScreenCap)

Kate McKinnon, one of “Saturday Night Live’s” most versatile cast members, hilariously parodies Fox News talking head Laura Ingraham, whose show is deep into “feel facts,” things that aren’t true but feel like the might be because they fit her often racist narrative.

Take for example, Donald Trump’s often ballyhooed but totally false claims about widespread vote fraud.

It was so rampant “it literally allowed Democrats to steal the election,” Ingraham, aka McKinnon, asserted.

“Some have claimed that suburban women revolted against the Republican Party, but doesn’t it feel more true that all Hispanics voted twice? You can’t dismiss that idea simply because it isn’t true and sounds insane,” she said.

“In fact, let’s add that to our list of feel facts, which aren’t technically facts but just feel true, like Latinos can have a baby every three months.”

Ingraham’s guests included right-wing screamer Judge Jeanine Pirro, played by Cecily Strong.

“I hate them Laura,” the judge pronounced. “Sorry, that’s my vocal warm-up.”

Leslie Jones played as Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, who intends to challenge California Rep. Nancy Pelosi for House speaker. Alex Moffat played Mark Zuckerberg, the cyborg like Facebook chief.

Check out the video below.